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Iowa's Minority Participants in the Economy: Analysis of Public-Use Micro-Sample Data from the 2006 American Community Survey

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  • Swenson, David A.
  • Eathington, Liesl

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This report is a comparison of the economic participation characteristics of white only and minority persons residing in Iowa at the time of the 2006 American Community Survey (ACS).

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  • Swenson, David A. & Eathington, Liesl, 2008. "Iowa's Minority Participants in the Economy: Analysis of Public-Use Micro-Sample Data from the 2006 American Community Survey," Staff General Research Papers Archive 12987, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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