BBER PUBLICATIONS SEARCH RESULTS

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Publications in Category: Demographics, in date order.

Sexual Deviance in the Montana House of Representatives - Retrospective from 1971
Dorothy Bradley

      

How Montanans Get Their News
John Baldridge

      

Montana's Gender Pay Gap
Daphne Herling

      

The High Wage Jobs Puzzle
Bryce Ward

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 55, No. 1      

The Economic Contribution of Grizzly Intercollegiate Athletics
Patrick Barkey and Kyle Morrill

      

Picking the Right College - What can we learn about college quality from the average earnings of its students?
Bryce Ward

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 54, No. 3      

Montana Lagging in Child Well-being
Thale Dillon

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 54, No. 2      

Curse of the College Town
Bryce Ward

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 54, No. 2      

2020 Census Goes Digital
Kyle Morrill

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 54, No. 2      

Explaining the Outmigration of Montana's College-Educated Workers
Bryce Ward

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 54, No. 1      

2015 Missoula Area Transportation Survey: Final Report
The Bureau of Business and Economic Ressearch

      

The Complex Causes of the Gender Pay Gap
Barbara Wagner

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 3      

Montana Statewide Media Habits Survey 2015
BBER Survey Research Staff; Nicole McCleskey, Public Opinion Strategies

      

Silver Bow ? Deer Lodge Economy
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Custer County - Next Door to a Boom
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Flathead County - Good News in the Latest Data
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Richland County - An Energy Rollercoaster
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Economic Outlook Q & A with Montana?s Top Economists and Industry Experts
Patrick M. Barkey, Paul E. Polzin, Bryce Ward, Norma Nickerson, George Haynes, Todd Morgan, Sue Larew, Paul Olson, Bill Whitsitt

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Cascade County - Good News Verified in Latest Preliminary Data
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Gallatin County - Montana's Economic Growth Leader
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Lewis and Clark County - A New Source of Growth
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Missoula County - Slowing Clawing Upward
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Ravalli County - Housing Construction Continues to Lag
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

Yellowstone County - Energy Impacts Continue
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 53, No. 1      

The Economic Status of Women in Montana - How Far Have We Come Since Montana Elected the First Congresswoman?
Celia C. Winkler and Kathy J. Kuipers

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 51, No. 4      

The Economic Footprint of the Federal Government in Montana
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 51, No. 4      

Who Works from Home in Montana
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 51, No. 4      

Migration and Montana's Changing Deomgraphics
Douglas J. Young and Grant Zimmerman

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 51, No. 3      

The American Community Survey - A Bevy of Information
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 50, No. 4      

Graduation Counts - Connection Between Education and the Economy
Daphne Herling, Thale Dillon

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 50, No. 3      

Population Stats - How Accurate are the Estimates?
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 50, No. 3      

More Native Montanans in East than West
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 49, No. 4      

Montana's Population Growth is Mostly in Western Counties
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 49, No. 3      

Housing Affordability and Montana's Real Estate Markets
Patrick M. Barkey, James T. Sylvester

      

Some Shifts in 2010 Census Numbers Due to Boundary Changes, Not All Growth
Jim Sylvester

      

Vacation Homes in Montana - Several Regions Show Explosive Growth in the First Half of the Decade
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 49, No. 2      

2011 Missoula Housing Report - Current Knowledge, Common Vision: Growing a Missoula to Treasure
Missoula Organization of Realtors, Bureau of Business and Economic Research

      

Baby Boom Migration Tilts Toward Rural America
John Cromartie and Peter Nelson

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 48, No. 2      

Labor Availability in North Central Montana 2009
Patrick M. Barkey

      

The Available Labor Supply in Montana's Labor Market 2009
Patrick M. Barkey, John Baldridge, and James T. Sylvester

      

Housing Affordability and Montana's Real Estate Markets
James T. Sylvester, Patrick M. Barkey

      

The Available Labor Supply in the Flathead County Labor Market 2008
Patrick M. Barkey

      

Sub-County Population Estimates - New Methods Needed to Provide More Accurate Data
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 45, No. 4      

Gated Communities - Gaining Popularity Across Montana
Amy Joyner

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 45, No. 4      

Population Trends
Paul E. Polzin

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 44, No. 2      

New Neighbors in the 'Hood - Where do they come from?
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 43, No. 4      

Rural Development An Oxymoron?
James T. Sylvester

Montana Business Quarterly Volume 42, No. 3      


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