TOWARD A POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POLICY FOR THE UNITED STATES
Cities, Public goods, Urban economics, Population distributions, External economies, Environmental economics, Urban populations, Consumer economics, Diseconomies
The central question treated in this paper is what rationale can adequately justify a population distribution policy for the United States in the 1970's. Any sort of justification depends first on the real significance of popula- tion shifts and changes in settlement patterns that have occurred in recent years. These trends are described in the first section.
Original Publication Citation
Toward a Population Distribution Policy for the United States, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Agricultural Economics Association, Tucson, Arizona, July 20, 1970, pp. 220-228.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Gardner, B. Delworth, "TOWARD A POPULATION DISTRIBUTION POLICY FOR THE UNITED STATES" (1970). All Faculty Publications. 2184.
Western Agricultural Economics Association
Proceedings, Annual Meeting (Western Agricultural Economics Association) © 1970 Western Agricultural Economics Association