Rural Population Growth in Sweden in the 1990s: Unexpected Reality or Spatial-Statistical Chimera

Jan Amcoff 2005

Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 21

This article addresses the matter of “urban spillover” in rural population development, i.e. how urban localities tend to push a ring of diffuse urban growth outwards as they expand in area. The data used does not support the existence of any actual rural population growth in Sweden in the 1990s, apart from the effects of urban spillover. Moreover, urban spillover varies geographically depending on the measurement method used.

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Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 21

This article addresses the matter of “urban spillover” in rural population development, i.e. how urban localities tend to push a ring of diffuse urban growth outwards as they expand in area. The data used does not support the existence of any actual rural population growth in Sweden in the 1990s, apart from the effects of urban spillover. Moreover, urban spillover varies geographically depending on the measurement method used.

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