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Using HOMES for population and development planning

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Title: Using HOMES for population and development planning
Authors: Campbell, Burnham O.
Mason, Andrew
LC Subject Headings: HOMES (Computer file)
Population forecasting - Computer programs
Economic development - Computer programs
East-West Population Institute
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Honolulu, HI : East-West Population Institute
Series/Report no.: East-West Population Institute. HOMES research report ; no. 9
Abstract: HOMES, Household Model for Economic and Social Studies, is a computer model developed at the East-West Center to forecast the number and demographic characteristics of households. By applying the model to standard population projections, the user is provided projections of the number of households; the age and sex of the household head; average household size; the number, age, and sex of household members; and other basic demographic information about households. This demographic information is used, in turn, to forecast related social and economic trends and to examine the links between population growth and economic development.
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Pages/Duration: 24 p.
Appears in Collections:Population Institute. HOMES research report series

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