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Publications, working papers, and other research using data resources from IPUMS.

Total Results: 1941
Armstrong, Scott B.; Lazarus, Eli D.
2019. Reconstructing patterns of coastal risk in space and time along the US Atlantic coast, 1970–2016.
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Armstrong, Scott B.
2019. Exploring unintended feedbacks between coastal hazard, exposure, and vulnerability.
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Arribas-Bel, Daniel; Ramos, Arturo; Sanz-Gracia, Fernando
2015. The size distribution of employment centers within the US Metropolitan Areas.
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Arribas-Bel, Daniel; Sanz-Gracia, Fernando
2014. The Validity of the Monocentric City Model in a Polycentric Age: US Metropolitan areas in 1990, 2000, and 2010.
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Arribas-Bel, Daniel; Schmidt, Charles R.
2011. Self-Organizing Maps and the US Urban Spatial Structure.
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Arthur, Boujoukos; Seymour, Christopher W.; Yealy, Donald M.; Jeremy, Kahn; Kurland, Kristen; Wallace, David J.; Angus, Derek C.; Carr, Brendan G.
2014. Geographic Access to High Capability Severe Acute Respiratory Failure Centers in the U.S..
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Ash, Kevin D
2015. Mobile Home Resident Perspectives on Preparedness, Protective Action, and Evacuation for Tornado Hazards.
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ASHKPOUR, ASHKAN; MERONEO-PENEUELA, ALBERT; MANDEMAKERS, KEES
2015. The Aggregate Dutch Historical Censuses.
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Ashkpour, Ashkan
2019. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HISTORICAL CENSUS DATA HARMONIZATION THE DUTCH HISTORICAL CENSUS USE CASE: A FLEXIBLE, STRUCTURED AND ACCOUNTABLE APPROACH USING LINKED DATA.
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Atack, Jeremy; Bateman, Fred; Haines, Michael; Margo, Robert
2009. Did Railroads Induce or Follow Economic Growth? Urbanization and Population Growth in the American Midwest, 1850-60.
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Atack, Jeremy
2017. Historical Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database of Nineteenth Century U.S. Canals.
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Atack, Jeremy
2016. Historical Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database of U.S. Railroads for [selected years based on value of .dbf field InOpBy or Exact"].
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Atack, Jeremy
2015. Historical Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database of Steamboat-Navigated Rivers During the Nineteenth Century in the United States.
Abstract | Full Citation | Google
Atack, Jeremy
2013. On the Use of Geographic Information Systems in Economic History: The American Transportation Revolution Revisited.
Abstract | Full Citation | Google
Atack, Jeremy
2018. Creating Historical Transportation Shapefiles of Navigable Rivers, Canals and Railroads for the United States Before World War I.
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Atack, Jeremy; Jaremski, Matthew S; Rousseau, Peter L
2015. Did Railroads Make Antebellum US Banks More Sound?.
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Atack, Jeremy; Jaremski, Matthew; Rousseau, Peter L
2014. American Banking and the Transportation Revolution before the Civil War.
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Atack, Jeremy; Margo, Robert A.
2011. The Impact of Access to Rail Transportation on Agricultural Improvement: The American Midwest as a Test Case, 1850-1860.
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Atack, Jeremy; Margo, Robert A.; Haines, Michael; Bateman, Fred
2010. Did Railroads Induce or Follow Economic Growth?: Urbanization and Population Growth in the American Midwest, 1850-1860.
Abstract | Full Citation | Google
Atack, Jeremy; Margo, Robert A
2011. Land Ownership and the Coming of the Railroad to the American Midwest, 1850-60.
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