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Master of Science (MS)
A. Clark Wiseman
This study provides a critique of regional base method for population and employment impacts. It uses a new approach to calculate the regional employment multiplier. The new approach tries to preserve the advantages of the regional base method and at the same time avoid some of the problems associated with it.
This study estimates the changes in local service employment by industry and population in Uintah County, Utah, resulting from an oil shale development project with a 100,000 barrel-per-day capacity and an operating labor force of 2500. It also estimates the changes in total local service employment and population on a yearly basis for a period of 20 years.
Kakish, Muin S., "Projected Employment and Population Impacts of Oil Shale Development in Uintah County, Utah" (1976). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3229.
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