Population Estimation and Projection: Methods for Marketing, Demographic, and Planning Personnel

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References and Suggested Readings

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Atchley R. ( 1968). "A short-cut method for estimating the population of metropolitan areas". Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 34, 259-262.

Barclay G. W. ( 1958). Techniques of population analysis. New York: Wiley & Sons.

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Bogue D. J., & Duncan B. ( 1959). "A composite method for estimating postcensal population of small areas by age, sex, and color". Vital Statistics Special Reports, 47( 6).

Bowles G. K., & Tarver J. ( 1965). Net migration of the population, 1950-60 by age, sex, and color. Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Corner I. E. ( 1987). "Household projection methods". Journal of Forecasting, 6, 271-284.

Dorn H. F. ( 1950). "Pitfalls in population forecasts and projections". Journal of the American Statistical Association, 45, 311-334.

Faber J. F. ( 1982). Life tables for the United States: 1900 to 2050 (Actuarial Study No. 87). Washington, DC: Office of the Actuary, Social Security Administration.

Gonzales M., & Hoza C. ( 1978). "Small area estimation with applications to unemployment and housing estimates". Journal of the American Statistical Association, 73, 7-17.

Greenberg M. ( 1972). "A test of combinations of models for projecting the populations of minor civil divisions". Economic Geography, 48, 179-188.

Greenberg M. R., et al. ( 1978). Local population and employment projection techniques. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Center for Urban Policy Research.

Hamilton C. H. ( 1965). "Practical and mathematical considerations in the formulation and selection of migration rates". Demography, 2, 429-443.

Hamilton C. H., & Perry J. ( 1962). "A short method for projecting population by age from one decennial census to another". Social Forces, 41, 163-170.

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