Police expenditures, crime and socio-economic characteristics for Mississippi counties, 1982.
- Observations = 82
- Variables = 21
- Year = 1982
Original data made available by Harry Kelejian, Department of Economics, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reference Kelejian, H.H. and D.P. Robinson (1992). Spatial autocorrelation: a new computationally simple test with application to per capita county police expenditures. Regional Science and Urban Economics 22 (3), 317-331.
|AREA||County polygon area (computed by ArcView)|
|PERIMETER||County polygon perimeter (computed by ArcView)|
|CNTY_||County internal ID|
|STATE_FIPS||FIPS code for state (character)|
|CNTY_FIPS||FIPS code for county (character)|
|FIPS||Complete FIPS code, state combined with county (character)|
|FIPSNO||FIPS code (numeric)|
|POLICE||Police expenditures per capita, 1982 (dollars per person)|
|POP||County population, 1982|
|TAX||Total taxes per capita, 1982 (dollars per person)|
|TRANSFER||State and federal revenues per capita, 1982 (1,000 dollars per person)|
|INC||Personal income per county resident, 1982 (dollars per person)|
|CRIME||Number of serious crimes per 100,000 residents, 1981|
|UNEMP||Percent unemployed in 1980|
|OWN||Percent owner-occupied housing units, 1980|
|COLLEGE||Percent county residents that attended college, 1980|
|WHITE||Percent county residents that are white, 1980|
|COMMUTE||Percent county workers that commuted outside county, 1980|
Prepared by Luc Anselin. Last updated September 30, 2003. Data provided “as is,” no warranties.