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Estimating the Fiscal Multiplier in Core-Based Statistical Areas
Census Bureau classifications, which define rural by geographic features, population, and as a residual; (2) Metropolitan status codes, which define rural relative to a core-based statistical area; (3) Urban-rural continuum codes, which define rural by population and proximity to urban areas; (4) Metro-centric locale codes, which are used primarily for statistical procedures; (5) Urban-centric locale codes, which improve the reliability and precision of locale code assignment; and (6) Core-based statistical areas, which are statistically defined geographic areas.
Because the rates fully transition from the old Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) wage indices to the new Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA) wage indices, which supposedly better reflect local labor costs.
Berger also recommended the NCUA eliminate or increase the core-based statistical area population.
While New York comes in fifth with 1,769, the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island core-based statistical area (CBSA) has the second most thefts with 2,165 thefts.