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Trend and Composition of the Spatial Distribution
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analysis zones average births Census cent central city central industrial district central-city zone change in employment Chapter comparative industrial structure concentrated and nonconcentrated concentrated industries decline defunct establishments Distribution of Employment Distribution of Major Distribution of Manufacturing DMI files Dun and Bradstreet employed external economies fabricated metals factors firms Four Metropolitan Areas fraction of total importance industrial location Industries in 1965 industry mix location choices locational activity locational change locational pattern Major Industries manufacturing activity ment Metropolitan Statistical Area Minneapolis Minneapolis-St models nonconcentrated industries Northwest of CID number of employees Number of Establishments Paul Percentage period Phoenix Metropolitan Area poverty areas regression ring Roman numerals Sample Metropolitan Areas sample SMSAs shift-share analysis shift-share measures SMSA Manufacturing Employment South Boston South of CID Southwest Spatial Distribution stationary establishments Table total manufacturing employment Traditional manufacturing area Twin Cities types urban West of CID zip code