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A Look at Home Internet Adoption and Income

In a January article we looked at several variables related to household internet and devices to better understand Indiana’s digital landscape. Results showed that the share of households with no internet access decreased across its urban, suburban, and rural areas.…

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Meet Our New Engagement Specialist: Hyewon Shin

The Purdue Center for Regional Development (PCRD) is excited to welcome our new Engagement Specialist, Hyewon Shin, to the PCRD team. She studied public administration at the University of Arizona Eller College of Management and international studies at Ewha Womans…

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Industry Clusters and Spatial Machine Learning Methods

Written by Ben St. Germain, Bertin Mbongo, Andrey Zhalnin, and Indraneel Kumar. Industry clusters are a group of firms and business establishments that buy from and/or sell to each other. They can use similar technologies and share similar skilled labor…

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Introducing the New IRS Migration Tool

The Purdue Center for Regional Development (PCRD) has developed an online tool to present migration data across U.S. County and state level geographies. Migration data is provided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) statistics of income (SOI) division. Data is…

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The Rural Urban Continuum Code: What Changed?

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Service (ERS) has been compiling a rural urban continuum code (RUCC) every ten years since 1983. This continuum distinguishes metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties by their population size, degree of urbanization, and…

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