RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INCOME DISTRIBUTION AND URBAN STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN DALLAS, TEXAS
- The Effect of Demographic Shifts and Changes in the Income Distribution on Food-Away-from-Home Expenditure. Sexauer, Benjamin // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec79, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p1046
Presents a conceptual approach to the estimation of the effect of demographic transition on consumer behavior in the United States. Details of the conceptual approach; Data subgroup specification; Expenditure on food away from home in a year; Effect of income distribution changes.
- DEMOGRAPHIC CORRELATES OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT. Stafford, James // Canadian Studies in Population;1980, Vol. 7, p67
This paper investigates the association of economic and demographic variables in the Canadian urban system from 1951 to 1971. The methodology involves a correlation analysis of selected variables with the 46 largest urban areas and Metropolitan Areas as units of analysis. The results indicate a...
- Mortality, Fertility, and Persistent Income Inequality. Sarkar, Jayanta // Southern Economic Journal;Oct2008, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p332
Many developing countries are plagued by persistent inequality in income distribution. While a growing body of economic-demographic literature emphasizes differential fertility channel, this paper investigates differential child mortality--differences in child mortality across income groups--as...
- An Economic Bust for the Baby Boom. Levy, Frank S.; Michel, Richard C. // Challenge (05775132);Mar/Apr86, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p33
After 1973, the middle-class dream faded, as median incomes declined and living costs soared. The young who aspire to their parents' goals now face dimmer futures. A careful look at the economic data of the past decade shows that while the middle class as a group is not disappearing, the young...
- Diverse demographics drive the food industry. Kinsey, Jean // Choices: The Magazine of Food, Farm & Resource Issues;1990 2nd Quarter, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p22
Shows the changing demographics of United States households. Lifestyle of smaller households; Women in the labor force; Minorities in the United States; Growing income gaps; Older people in the United States population.
- EDITORS' NOTE. BOLOVAN, IOAN; GR�F, RUDOLF; HEPPNER, HARALD; LUMPERDEAN, IOAN // Transylvanian Review;Summer2009 Supplemen, Vol. 18, p5
The article discusses topics published within the issue, including the demographic transition in Austria and the Habsburg Empire during industrialization.
- A quarter century of growing and shrinking. // U.S. News & World Report;11/20/95, Vol. 119 Issue 20, p38
Presents a map of the United States which indicates population changes from 1970 to 1995, by county.
- Telecom's latest threat. Tumolillo, Alan // Telecom Asia;Apr2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p40
Reports on the demographic threshold of the telecommunication industry in Asia. Reduction of company spendings on appliances and applications; Interests of people planning for retirement in high-risk investments; Analysis of the structural problems in Japan.
- European Population and Family Statistics. // Women's International Network News;Winter2000, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p68
Discusses population in the European Union in 1998. Effect of migration; Infant mortality; Number of children born out of wedlock.