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ECONOMIC STUDIES FOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF ANALYZING AND FORECASTING
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analyzing area's base multiplier method basic employment basis Bureau of Employment Census change in basic characteristics complex analysis CONSUMER PRICE INDEX Contains data correlation counties Department of Employment Department of Labor dependent variable discussion economic base multiplier economic forecasting economic studies employed employees Employment Security Agency Employment Security Commission employment total example factors Federal final market force participation rate forecasting economic activities future Gross National Product growth Hence income individual reports input-output inputs interindustry labor force participation labor force total manufacturing method of analysis metropolitan statistical areas monthly normal ratio obtained output P.O. Box population forecast Price for 1958 Price varies procedures production publications published Regional relationship SMSA's sources Standard Industrial Classification study area employment technique total employment traffic analysis zone transportation planning process transportation planning purposes trend line U.S. Department Unemployment Compensation unemployment insurance laws urban transportation planning urbanized areas valid Volume Washington workers