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The economic demography of Outback Australia - how does regional Northern Territory compare?

Carson, Dean B. (2009). The economic demography of Outback Australia - how does regional Northern Territory compare?. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(37):1-8.

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Title The economic demography of Outback Australia - how does regional Northern Territory compare?
Author Carson, Dean B.
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2009
Issue Number 37
Start Page 1
End Page 8
Total Pages 8
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Field of Research 1603 - Demography
Abstract RESEARCH AIM
To compare population growth, sources of growth, labour force engagement and sectors of employment between regional Northern Territory and other parts of ‘outback’ Australia.
Keywords Northern Territory
Outback Australia
Population growth
Labour force engagement
Industry of employment
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