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University of Massachusetts Amherst

Center for Economic Development Technical Reports

2012

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Evaluating Gross Vs. Net Migration Rates In A County-Level Component Model Of Population Change, Henry C. Renski, Susan Strate Jan 2012

Evaluating Gross Vs. Net Migration Rates In A County-Level Component Model Of Population Change, Henry C. Renski, Susan Strate

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This paper evaluates the accuracy of county-level population estimates and forecasts under three different methods for estimating the domestic migration in a components-of-change framework. The first is a net-migration approach similar to that used by the U.S. Census Bureau and by many state data centers. While common, the net migration assumption has been widely criticized for not accurately reflecting the population ‘at risk’ of migrating into a county. The other two methods follow a gross migration approach whereby in- and out-migration are added separately into the population change equation. The simple gross migration approach estimates domestic in-migration to each ...


The Springfield Medical District: An Analysis Of The Medical Industry And Its Workers, Henry C. Renski, Theresa Perrone Jan 2012

The Springfield Medical District: An Analysis Of The Medical Industry And Its Workers, Henry C. Renski, Theresa Perrone

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