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51 Utah input-output study: projections of income, employment, output and revenue1970-01This paper includes with moderate revisions, the August, 1967, report [3]* on the Utah Input-Output study. Since this earlier publication, the Input-Output tables have been used in projecting 1975 output, income, employment and revenues. These results are reported and discussed in this paper; also d...
52 Employment, population, income and automobiles in Salt Lake, Ogden, Provo Metropolitan Area and State of Utah1966-12William C a r l i s l e and Michael A. Stoddard, graduate students in the Department of Economics, rendered v e r y valuable a s s i s t a n c e in the p r e p a r a tion of t h i s r e p o r t . Gregory M. Nielson, graduate student in Mathematics, a s s i s t e d in computer programming, and Iver...
53 Utah coal-market potential and economic impact1968-09Coal is one of Utah's most interesting natural resources. This mineral has had a major impact on Utah, its industry, and its people. As clearly shown by this study, the future of coal i s dependent upon finding new uses in power generation, gasification and liquefaction. Of these three possible sour...
54 The changing composition of the State budget1976-04An issue of vital concern to all taxpayers and administrators of government is the distribution of state revenues from the various accounts to the departments of state government. A detailed account of the growth and changing patterns of state expenditures from 1969 to 1975 is presented in this issu...
55 A spatial allocation model for regional impact projections
56 State of Utah economic and demographic projections: 2000-2030, 2000 baseline highlights2001-01
57 Employment and population analysis and projections Salt Lake Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United States1962-09Thomas A. McLean and Mrs. Connie P. Faulkner, graduate students in the Department of Economics, rendered very valuable assistance in the preparation of this report. The Utah Department of Employment Security was most cooperative and helpful in making available the necessary basic data for this stud...
58 Contemporary projections of Utah's population portend relatively small increases in higher education enrollments
59 Demographic patterns and characteristics of UtahThe historical emphasis on numbers rather than on the quality and make-up of the population, though scarcely justifiable, is understandable. Concentration on a single magnitude certainly simplifies the projection of a population. To illustrate, the world population is now approximately 3.5 billion. ...
60 Age and sex population projections for Utah counties: 1975-20101978-06
61 Employment and population analysis and projections Ogden Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United States1963-07Thomas A. McLean and M r s . Connie P„ F a u l k n e r , graduate s t u d e n t s , and David L . Sutton, a senior student, in the Department of Economics, r e n d e r e d very valuable a s s i s t a n c e in the p r e p a r a t i o n of this r e p o r t. The Utah Department of Employment Se...
62 1986 baseline projections1986-06
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