A Proposed Set of Nine Regions for the United States and the Inequality of Population Densities

Posted: 23 Sep 2001

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Henri Theil

University of Florida

Charles Moss

University of Florida - Food & Resource Economics Department

Abstract

A nine-region division of the United States is discussed and compared with the U.S. Census and BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis) regional groupings. The discussion includes the population density of the regions as well as the inequality of the population densities between and within regions.

Keywords: inequality analysis, population densities, regional economics

Suggested Citation

Theil, Henri and Moss, Charles B., A Proposed Set of Nine Regions for the United States and the Inequality of Population Densities. Empirical Economics, Vol. 25, Issue 4 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=256729

Henri Theil

University of Florida

Food and Resource Economics Dept. P. O. Box 518
Gainesville, FL 32610-0496
United States

Charles B. Moss (Contact Author)

University of Florida - Food & Resource Economics Department ( email )

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