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The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: 2000

Census 2000 showed that the United States population was 281.4 million on April 1, 2000. Of the total, 4.1 million, or 1.5 percent, reported 1 American Indian and Alaska Native.

The American Indian Population: 2000

Census 2000 showed that the United States population on April 1, 2000, was 281.4 million. Of the total, 4.1 million people, or 1.5 percent, reported 1 as American Indians and Alaska Natives.

U.S. Real GDP per capita in long run

8 Long-Term Economic Growth in OECD Countries Period Growth rate of real GDP per person (percent per year) Number of countries 1820-1840 1.2 10 1840-1860 2.1 10 1860-1880 1.3 14 1880-1900 1.4 17 1900-1920 0.8 17 1920-1940 1.8 17 1940-1960 2.4 17 1960-1980 3.1 17 1980-2000 1.8 17


cabazon, the indian gaming regulatory act, and the socioeconomic consequences of american indian governmental gaming

E-government in Central Europe Rethinking public administration

© The Economist Intelligence Unit 2004 1 E-GOVERNMENT IN CENTRAL EUROPE RETHINKING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION E-government in Central Europe: Rethinking public administration is an Economist Intelligence Unit white paper, sponsored by Oracle.

Regional economic and labour market performance and inter ...

Firstly, the impact of relative gross wages, relative GDPper emp loyee, relative GDPper capita, and of the difference between the unemployment rate in a given voivod-ship and the national average, was similar to the one before the extension of equation (2c).


has been found in [Kitov, (2005)] that these fluctuations of real GDPper capita around some constant annual increase are normally distributed.

The Challenges of Globalization: Macroeconomic Imbalances and ...

All these countries have reached such a high GDPper capita that they are no longer developing countries, and they all represent the East Asian model as discussed below.

Korea as a Knowledge Economy

By comparison, Mexico's GDPper capita in 1960 was about 2.5 times larger than that of Korea; however, by 2003 Korea's GDPper capita was more than twice Mexico's.

Achieving the Balanced and Sustainable Development of the ...

Their GDPper capita level rose from 52 % of the EU average in 1986 to 59 % in 1996. In 1986 the GDPper capita of the 25 most prosperous regions was 2.7 times larger than that of the 25 poorest regions; ten years later the GDPper capita difference was only 2.4 times as large.