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Regional variation of pull factors for retail sales in Oregon's nonmetropolitan counties 1979, 1982, 1984 Public Deposited

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  • The performance of pull factors for total retail sales in Oregon's nonmetropolitan counties during the economic cycle of boom, bust, and recovery of the early 1980s is examined for geographic patterns. One regional pattern and several county patterns are identified and discussed. Counties having the highest and lowest pull factors, and those exhibiting the greatest growth and decline in their pull factors, are examined with regard to the percentage of total retail sales by store group relative to other counties and statewide averages. The potential of the pull factor measure is discussed with regard to its contribution to regional economic analysis.
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