it]: mean per capita income in the SMSA
where team i is located.
Finally, among the subsample who do not graduate from high school, females whose mothers work and individuals living in an SMSA
have higher income.
5) Individuals living in an SMSA
have a marginally greater probability of obtaining employment than do those not living in an SMSA
, presumably because of the greater number of opportunities available to them.
Positive estimated coefficients on CHANGE SMSA
and TO RURAL support the notion that potential migrants are favorably self-selected.
During the 6 months preceding the survey, family physician respondents reported treating a total of 1704 patients for AIDS or ARC in the San Francisco SMSA
, 593 in Los Angeles County, 721 in other SMSA
counties, and 96 in non-SMSA
counties (Table 1).
i] is a disturbance specific to SMSA
i that persists throughout the sample period, [u.
As is the case in the existing literature testing the alternative models at the industry level, the existing evidence at the SMSA
level comes from cross-sectional regressions.
First, the SMSA
is an appropriate unit of analysis to proxy the local marriage market - as those using undifferenced SMSA
data have stressed (Lichter, LeClere, and McLaughlin 1991).
Rural is defined as a practice location not within an SMSA
This number increased between 1961 and 1983, and in many areas additional countries were added to the definition of an existing SMSA
provides wireless communications in central and southwestern Ohio and northern Kentucky, while Cincinnati SMSA
Tower Holdings is a cellular tower holding company for Cincinnati SMSA
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