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Population Projections in Sparsely Populated Areas: Reconciling 'error' and context

Taylor, Andrew and Henderson, Alice (2014). Population Projections in Sparsely Populated Areas: Reconciling 'error' and context<br />. Northern Institute Research Brief Series,(12):1-17.

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Title Population Projections in Sparsely Populated Areas: Reconciling 'error' and context
Author Taylor, Andrew
Henderson, Alice
Journal Name Northern Institute Research Brief Series
Publication Date 2014
Issue Number 12
Start Page 1
End Page 17
Total Pages 17
Place of Publication Darwin, NT
Publisher Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute
Field of Research 1603 - Demography
160305 - Population Trends and Policies
This study aims to examine issues around ‘fit-for-purpose’ for the application of population projections to remote contexts. The focus is on population projections made for the Northern Territory of Australia to assess the relative accuracy of projections over time.

: readers may require background reading on statistical methods including temporal autocorrelation.
Keywords Northern Territory
Population projections
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