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Title: The more we get together-benefits of regional concentration
Authors: Anari,Ali
Source: Tierra Grande, Apr-11, 18 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: ID: 101; Table: 1- Top six U.S. metropolitan areas ranked by share of U.S. GDP, 2008; 2- Top four Texas metropolitan areas by share of State's GDP, 2008; 3- Top eight Texas counties ranked by share of personal income, 2007; 4- Top seven most populous Texa
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Title: The more we get together-benefits of regional concentration
Authors: Anari,Ali
Source: Tierra Grande, Apr-11, 18 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: Table: 1- Top six U.S. metropolitan areas ranked by share of U.S. GDP, 2008; 2- Top four Texas metropolitan areas by share of State's GDP, 2008; 3- Top eight Texas counties ranked by share of personal income, 2007; 4- Top seven most populous Texas metropo
Ref ID: 91571
 
Title: Brief bytes: All grown up
Authors: Lamphere,Tracey
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: ID: 871; Atascocita; Katy; Mansfield; Wylie; Gadberry Group.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85140
 
Title: From the outside in; Domestic migration boosts population
Authors: Murdock,Steve H.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2006, 13 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: ID: 4452; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: Listen to the prophet: State demographer Steve Murdock says we have a choice about our future, if we act now
Authors: Bernstein,Jake
Source: Texas Observer, 2005, 97 :6 ,pg 10- 11
Subjects: Murdock Steve Population - Economic aspects Minorities
Additional Information: ID: 59; Graphs: Percent of Texas population by age group and race/ethnicity, 2000; Percent of total consumer expenditures in Texas by race/ethnicity for 2000 and projections for 2040.; RP: NOT IN FILE
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