Population out-migration from Upstate New York
Richard Deitz ()
The Regional Economy of Upstate New York, 2005, issue Win
We identify the nature and extent of the out-migration from the upper New York State region and examine its economic impact. Our analysis begins with an explanation for the outflow. Next, we describe population growth trends and estimate the extent of the out-migration. We conclude by showing how out-migration is reshaping upstate New York's economy and demographics, and is resulting in limited growth and a population that is aging faster than most U.S. populations.
Keywords: Economic conditions - New York (State); Federal Reserve District, 2nd; Demography - New York (State) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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