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Demographic Multipliers in Delaware

This 2009 report summarizes research conducted by the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware to determine Delaware’s demographic multipliers.

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Who Lives in New Jersey Housing? A Quick Guide to New Jersey Residential Demographic Multipliers

“A Quick Guide to Who Lives in New Jersey Housing,” examines data on the profile of households in New Jersey housing built between 1990 and 2000, as monitored by the 2000 U.S. Census 5% Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS).

This 2006 guide was developed by David Listokin with Ioan Voicu, William Dolphin, and Matthew Camp for the Center for Urban Policy Research at Rutgers University.

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Who Lives in New Jersey Housing? New Jersey Demographic Multipliers - The Profile of Residential and Nonresidential Development

Expanded version of the “Who Lives in New Jersey” guide which incorporates the experience of emerging development categories, most notably Transit Oriented Developments (TODs).

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Demographic Multipliers: Recent National and State Findings

In October of 2006, David Listokin, Ph.D. and Robert W. Burchell, Ph.D. prepared a powerpoint presentation for the National Impact Fee Round Table (NIFR) National Conference in Arlington, Virginia. Their presentation defines what is a demographic multiplier, how they apply in emerging residential development, and the variations associated with housing size, value, type, and tenure.

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