State and Metropolitan Area Data Book [United States] Series RSS

Investigator(s): United States Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census

The State and Metropolitan Area Data Book [United States] series was developed by the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census with data gathered from various governmental and private agencies. The series is composed of a compendia of data that provide basic statistical demographic, economic, and governmental information to enable multi-area comparisons as well as single-area profiles. The 1982 collection is composed of two files: a State File and a Metropolitan Area File, both of which contain statistics gathered from approximately 70 government and private agencies. The 1991 data collection is available for five types of geographic coverage: Metro Areas, State Metro/Nonmetro Areas, Metro Counties, Metro Central Cities, and States.

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1999
Morgan, David R.,  Mareschal, Patrice . Central-City/Suburban Inequality and Metropolitan Political Fragmentation. Urban Affairs Review. 34, (4), 578-595.
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1997
Hill, Edward W.,  Wolman, Harold L. City-Suburban Income Disparities and Metropolitan Area Employment: Can Tightening Labor Markets Reduce the Gaps?. Urban Affairs Review. 32, (4), 558-582.
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1996
Adams, Charles F.,  Fleeter, Howard B.,  Kim, Yul,  Freeman, Mark,  Cho, Imgon . Flight from Blight and Metropolitan Suburbanization Revisited. Urban Affairs Review. 31, (4), 529-543.
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1996
Ottensmann, John R. The New Central Cities: Implications of the New Definition of the Metropolitan Area. Urban Affairs Review. 31, (5), 681-691.
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1996
Stack, Steven . Gender and suicide risk among artists: A multivariate analysis. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. 26, (4), 374 -
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1996
Stephens, G. Ross . Urban Underrepresentation in the U.S. Senate. Urban Affairs Review. 31, (3), 404-418.
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1995
Baldassare, Mark,  Wilson, Georjeanna . More Trouble in Paradise: Urbanization and the Decline in Suburban Quality-of-Life Ratings. Urban Affairs Review. 30, (5), 690-708.
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1995
Morris, Irwin L. Monetary Policy Signaling and the Senate Banking Committee. Social Science Quarterly. 76, (4), 902-910.
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1992
Fitzpatrick, Kevin M.,  Yoels, William C. Policy, school structure, and sociodemographic effects on statewide high school dropout rates. Sociology of Education. 65, (1), 76-93.
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1992
South, Scott J.,  Lloyd, Kim M. Marriage Opportunities and Family Formation: Futher Implications of Imbalanced Sex Ratios. Journal of Marriage and Family. 54, (2), 440-451.
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