POPULATION GROWTH IN HIGH‐AMENITY NONMETROPOLITAN AREAS: WHAT'S THE PROGNOSIS?
ABSTRACT This paper examines the continued strong population growth in U.S. nonmetropolitan areas possessing high levels of natural amenities during the 1990s and the reasons for near convergence of growth across the top tiers of the amenity hierarchy. Based on estimated parsimonious spatial hedonic...
Rickman, Dan S
Rickman, Shane D
|Place of publication:||
Malden, USA Blackwell Publishing Inc 01.12.2011
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|published in:||Journal of regional science Vol. 51; no. 5; pp. 863 - 879|
|Data of publication:||December 2011|
|Discipline:||Sociology & Social History
Social Sciences (General)
The paper was presented at the 2009 North American Regional Science Meetings and the 2010 Southern Regional Science Meetings. The authors wish to thank David McGranahan for the data on forest cover and his insightful comments on an earlier draft of the paper. The authors also wish to thank the anonymous referees for their helpful comments.
Journal of Regional Science
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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