Population growth continues to downshift in most states
In this episode, regional economists Tom Jackson and Heather Upton discuss the causes and effects of slowing population growth across the United States. They look at the effects of a rapid downshift in immigration, decreased birth rates, increased mortality rates, and changes in regional migration on economic growth prospects.
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