Geographic after-tax real income differentials and population growth rates.

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"The purpose of this [one-page] note is to empirically investigate the impact of geographic after-tax real income differentials on geographic population growth rate differentials. The focus is on population growth rates in Florida's 67 counties over the period 1980-88." The authors conclude that "even after allowing for a variety of other location… (More)

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@article{Alexander1990GeographicAR, title={Geographic after-tax real income differentials and population growth rates.}, author={Gad Alexander and Richard J. Cebula and James V. Koch}, journal={Atlantic economic journal : AEJ}, year={1990}, volume={18 1}, pages={92} }