INDICATORS OF INHABITANT, HOUSEHOLD, FAMILY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH: SOUTH CAROLINA AND NORTH CAROLINA

Social and economic futures are dependent on numbers of housing units, families, households and individuals, and on many characteristics of aggregate populations. Research reported in this manuscript is focused on the states of North Carolina and South Carolina and the counties therein. The chief concern is change; e.g., numerical and percentage increase or decrease. These dynamics refer to basic components of population: births, deaths and residential relocation.


Issue Date:
2000
Publication Type:
Report
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/18798
Total Pages:
45
Series Statement:
Research Report RR 00-02




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