Cohen JJ, L Elbakidze, and RW Jackson. Solar bait: How states attract solar investments from large corporations. International Association for Energy Economics. Forthcoming. 2019.
Court CD and E Erfanian. A Role for Regional Science in Analyzing Water Issues. The Review of Regional Studies. 49, 184-189. 2019.
Erfanian E, AR Collins and D Grossman. The Impact of Naloxone Access Laws on Opiod Overdose Deaths in the U.S. The Review of Regional Studies. 49:45-72. 2019
Jackson RW, AB Ferreira Neto, E Erfanian, and P Járosi. Woody Biomass Processing and Rural Regional Development. Economic Development Quarterly. Online February 2019.
Erfanian C and AR Collins. Charges for Water and Access: What Explains the Differences Among West Virginian Municipalities?Water Economics and Policy, 04(04).
Chen Jing and Randall Jackson. Coauthorship in Regional Science: A Case Study of the WVU RRI Research Community. International Regional Science Review. Vol. 41(4) pp. 387-409. DOI: 10.1177/0160017617719124.
AB Ferreira Neto. Charity and public libraries: Does government funding crowd out donations? Journal of Cultural Economics.18 pages.
Randall Jackson, AB Ferreira Neto, and E Erfanian. Woody biomass processing: Potential economic impacts on rural regions. Energy Policy. Vol 115. pages 66-77.
Péter Járosi. Modelling Network Interdependencies of Regional Economies using Spatial Econometric Techniques. Regional Statistics, 7(1).DOI: 10.15196/RS07101.2017.
Alkhweldi M and NA Schmid. A Blind Transform Based Approach for the Detection of Isolated Astrophysical Pulses. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing. 2017 IEEE Conference.
Jackson RW, S Rey, and P Járosi. Object Orientation, Open Regional Science, and Cumulative Knowledge Building. Regional Research Frontiers: Vol 2 – Methodological Advances, Regional Systems Modeling and Open Sciences. R. Jackson and P. Schaeffer (Eds). Springer International Publishing AG 2017. Chapter 16, pages 259-282.
Jackson, RW and PV Schaeffer (Eds). Regional Research Frontiers: Vol 1 – Innovations, Regional Growth and Migration. Springer International Publishing AG 2017. 346 pages.
Jackson, RW and PV Schaeffer (Eds). Regional Research Frontiers: Vol 2 – Methodological Advances, Regional Systems Modeling and Open Sciences. Springer International Publishing AG 2017. 306 pages.
AB Ferreira Neto. Looking Behind the Scenes: An Assessment of the Interdependence of Brazilian Cultural Industries. Review of Regional Studies. (Forthcoming)
Sayago-Gomez J, Gianfranco Piras, Randall Jackson and Donald J. Lacombe. Impact Evaluation of Investments in the Appalachian Region: A Reappraisal. International Regional Science Review. DOI: 10.1177/0160017617713822
Tian Z. Inter-city migration in China: a recurrent-event duration analysis of repeat migration. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. 2016.
Zhao X and RW Jackson. China’s Inter-Regional Trade of Virtual Water: A Multi-Regional Input-Output Table Based Analysis. Water Economics and Policy. 2(2). 2016.
Ferreira Neto AB and E Gonçalves y. Intersectoral flows of technological knowledge in emerging countries: An input-output analysis. Revista Cepal. (118). 2016.
Ferreira Neto AB, CD Hodges and Hyunwoong Pyun. Voting Dynamics and the Birth of State-owned Casinos in Kansas. Economics Bulletin. 36(1). 2016.
Ferreira Neto AB, WLR Correa and FS Perobelli. Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: an Analysis of Brazil in the period 1970-2009. Análise Econômica. 34(65). 2016.
Burnett W, RW Jackson and R Blobaum. The State of Play in Poland’s Unconventional Shale and Oil Development. Development Policy Review. 33(4):395-414. 2015.
Bivand R and G Piras. Comparing Implementations of Estimation Methods for Spatial Econometrics. Journal of Statistical Software63(18). 2015.
Bologna J, DJ Lacombe and AT Young. 2015. A Spatial Analysis of Incomes and Institutional Quality: Evidence from US Metropolitan Areas. Journal of Institutional Economics.
Court CD, M Munday, A Roberts and K. Turner. Can Hazardous Waste Supply Chain ‘Hotspots’ be Identified Using an Input-Output Framework? European Journal of Operational Research. 241(1): 177-187. 2015.
Hoffer A, BR Humphreys, DJ Lacombe and JE Ruseski. Forthcoming 2015.Trends in NCAA Athletic Spending: Arms Race or Rising Tide? Journal of Sports Economics.2015.
RW Jackson.Are Industry Clusters and Diversity Strange Bedfellows? The Review of Regional Studies. Volume 45, pages 113-129.
Jackson RW, Court CD and H Ghadimi. Linking Environment and Economic Frameworks to Model Technology Transitions. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Environmental Studies. Matthias Ruth (Ed). Edward Elgar Publishing. Chapter 13, 2015.
Kalenkoski DM and DJ Lacombe. Using Spatial Econometric Techniques to Analyze the Joint Employment Decisions of Spouses. Journal of Labor Research. 36(1): 67-77. 2015.
Lacombe, DJ and JP LeSage. 2015. Using Bayesian Posterior Model Probabilities to Identify Omitted Variables in Spatial Regression Models.Papers in Regional Science. 94(2): 365-384. 2015.
Zhao X, JW Burnett and DJ Lacombe. Province-level Convergence of China CO2 Emission Intensity: A Spatial Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. Applied Energy. 2015
Burnett, W and X Zhao. Forecasting U.S. State-Level Carbon Dioxide Emissions. The Review of Regional Studies. 44(3): 223-240. 2014.
Holloway GJ, DJ Lacombe and TM Shaughnessy. How Large is Congressional Dependence in Agriculture? Bayesian Inference about “Scale” and “Scope” in Measuring a Spatial Externality. Journal of Agricultural Economics.65(2): 463-484. 2014.
Court CD. Factors Affecting the Economic Viability of Carbon Capture and Storage in Power Generation. MEI Energy Perspectives. Winter 2014. online at http://moenergy.org/economic-viability-of-ccs
Sayago-Gómez, Juan Tomás. The Spatial Agglomeration of Educated People in Colombia.Cuadernos de Economía. 33(62): 297-317. 2014.
Eff EA and CD Jensen. The Integration of Periodic Markets in Mayan Guatemala: A Gravity Approach. Economic Anthropology. Volume 34, pages 349-374. 2014.
Schaeffer PV, S Loveridge, and S. Weiler. Urban and Rural: Opposites No More! Economic Development Quarterly: The Journal of American
Economic Revitalization. 28(1). 2014.
Schaeffer PV and E Kouassi, editors. Econometric Methods for Analyzing Economic Development.IGI Global, Hershey, PA ISSN 2327-5677, eISNN 2327-5685.
Jackson RW and CD Court. Embedding New Technologies and Extending Time Horizons in Input-Output Analysis. Econometric Methods for Analyzing Economic Development. Edited by PV Schaeffer and E Kouassi. IGI Global.192-204. 2014.
Kelejian HK and G Piras. Estimation of Spatial Models with Endogenous Weighting Matrices and an Application to a Demand Model for Cigarettes.
Regional Science and Urban Economics. 46, 140-149. 2014
Lacombe DJ and JP LeSage. Using Bayesian Posterior Model Probabilities to Identify Omitted Variables in Spatial Regression Models. Papers in Regional Science. DOI doi:10.1111/pirs.12070.
Nondo C, PVSchaeffer and MS Kahsai. The Role of Governance in Teledensity and Economic Growth: GMM Estimation. Econometric Methods for Analyzing Economic Development. Edited by PV Schaeffer and E Kouassi. IGI Global.192-204. 2014.
Piras G. Impact Estimates for Statis Spatial Panel Data Models in R. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s12076-013-0113-8.
Piras G and IR Prucha. On the Finite Sample Properties of Pre-test Estimators of Spatial Models. Regional Science and Urban Economcis. 46, 103-115. 2014.
Tian Z. Measuring Agglomeration Using the Standardized Location Quotient with a Bootstrap Method. The Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy. 43(1): 186-197, 2014.
West GR and RW Jackson. Simulating Impacts on Regional Economies: A Modelling Alternative. Econometric Methods for Analyzing Economic Development. Edited by PV Schaeffer and E Kouassi. IGI Global.132-152. 2014.
Cooper J, RW Jackson and NG Leigh. Computational Structure for Linking Life Cycle Assessment and Input-Output Modeling: A Case Study on Urban Recycling and Remanufacturing. In Giarattani F, G Hewings and P McCann. (eds.) Handbook of Industry Studies and Economic Geography, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, 2013.
Court CD, RW Jackson and N White. The Role of Regional Science in Shale Energy Development. The Review of Regional Studies. Volume 42, pages 99-105, 2013.
Duncan DT, I Kawachi, S Kum, J Aldstadt, G Piras, SA Matthews, G Arbia, MC Castro, K White and DR Williams. A Spatially Explicit Approach to the Study of Socio-Demographic Inequality in the Spatial Distribution of Trees Across Boston Neighborhoods. Spatial Demography. 1(4), 2013.
Duncan DT, G Piras, EC Dunn, RM Johnson, SJ Melly and BE Molnar. The Built Environment and Depressive Symptoms Among Urban Youth: A Spatial Regression Study. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology. 5:11-25, 2013.
Jensen CD, S McIntyre, M Munday and K Turner. Responsibility for Regional Waste Generation: A Single Region Extended Input-Output Analysis for Wales. Regional Studies, 47(6):913-933, 2013.
Kalenkoski CM and DJ Lacombe. Minimum Wages and Teen Employment: A Spatial Panel Approach. Papers in Regional Science. 92(2):407-417, 2013.
Mulligan, G, RW Jackson and A Krugh.Economic base multipliers: a comparison of ACDS and IMPLAN. Regional Science Policy and Practice. 5, 289-303, 2013.
Piras, G. Efficient GMM Estimation of a Cliff and Ord Panel Data
Model with Random Effects. Spatial Economic Analysis, 8(3):370-388, 2013.
Schaeffer PV, MS Kahsai and RW Jackson. Beyond the Rural-Urban Dichotomy: Essay in Honor of Professor A.M. Isserman. International Regional Science Review, 36(1):81-96, 2013.
Baylis K, R Garduno-Rivera, and G Piras. The Distributional Effect of NAFTA in Mexico: Evidence from a Panel of Municipalities. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 42(1-2):286-302, 2012.
Chali N, MS Kahsai and PV Schaeffer. Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in COMESA Countries. Southwestern Economic Review, 39(1), 2012.
Court C.D. Enhancing U.S. Hazardous Waste Accounting Through economic Modeling.Ecological Economics. 83(0) pp. 79-89, 2012.
Court CD, RW Jackson and N White. The Role of Regional Science in Shale Energy Development. The Review of Regional Studies. 42:99-105, 2012.
Elhorst JP, DJ Lacombe, and G Piras. On Model Specification and Parameter Space Definitions in Higher Order Spatial Econometric Models. Economics, Vol. 42, No. 1-2, January 2012, pp. 211-220, 2012.
Gebremariam GH, TG Gebremedhin, PV Schaeffer, TT Phipps, and RW Jackson. Employment, Income, Migration and Public Services: A Simultaneous Spatial Panel Data Model of Regional Growth. Papers in Regional Science, Volume 91, Number 2, pages 275-297.
Hailu J, M Kahsai, T Gebremedhin, RW Jackson. Is Income Inequality Endogenous in Regional Growth, Journal of Income Distribution. Volume 20, Number 3-4, pages 43-56.
Hattam CE, DJ Lacombe and GJ Holloway. Organic certification, export market access and the impacts of policy: Baysian estimation of avocado smallholder “times-to-organic certification” in Michoacán Mexico. Agricultural Economics, Volume 43, Number 4, pages 439-455, 2012.
Jensen CD and DJ Lacombe. A Note on Partitioning Effects Estimates Over Space. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s12076-011-0070-z. Volume 5, Issue 1, pages 47-53.
Jensen CD, DJ Lacombe and SG McIntyre. A Bayesian spatial Econometric Analysis of the 2010 UK General Election. Papers in Regional Science, doi:10:1111/j.1435-5957.2012.00415.x
Koschinsky J, N Lozano-Gracia and G Piras. “The welfare benefit of a home’s location: an empirical comparison of spatial and non-spatial model estimates.” Journal of Geographical Systems.14:319-356, 2012.
Lacombe DJ, GJ Holloway and TM Shaughnessy. Bayesian Estimation of the spatial Durbin Error Model with an Application to Voter Turnout in the 2004 Presidential Election. International Regional Science Review DOI: 10.1177/0160017612452133.
Lacombe, DJ, NM Michieka, and T. Gebremedhin. A Bayesian Spatial Econometric Analysis of SNAP Participation Rates in Appalachia. Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy. 42(3): pages198-209.
Piras G and N Lozano-Gracia. Spatial J-test: Some Monte Carlo Evidence. Statistics and Computing, 22(1):169-183, 2012.
Piras G, P Postiglione and A Patricio. “Specialization, R&D and Productivity Growth: Evidence from EU Regions.” Annals of Regional Science.49(1):35-51, 2012.
Schaeffer PV, Jackson RW, and Bukenya J. Regional Science Reconsidered. The Review of Regional Studies, 41:161-177, 2012.
Baylis K, ND Paulson and G Piras. Spatial Approaches to Panel Data in Agricultural Economics. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 43(3):325-338. 2011.
Blake L and TA Warner, Seeing the Forest of Information for the Trees of Papers: An Information Literacy Case Study in a Geography/Geology Class. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship, 64. 2011.
Burkholder A, TA Warner, M Culp and RE Landenberger, Seasonal trends in Separability of Leaf Reflectance Spectra for Ailanthus altissima and Four other tree species.Photogrammetric Engineering &Remote Sensing, 77(8): 793-804. 2011.
Carter MW and Porell, FW The Effect of Sentinel Injury on Medicare Expenditures Over Time. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 59:3, 406-416, 2011.
Douglas SM and Julia Popova. Forthcoming. “Econometric Estimation of Spatial Patterns in Electricity Prices.” The Energy Journal. 32(2) (April,2011)
Choi T, RW Jackson, NG Leigh, and CD Jensen, A Baseline Input-Output Model with Environmental Accounts (IOEA) Applied to E-waste Recycling. International Regional Science Review, 34,1:3-33, 2011.
Dhami I, KG Arano, TA Warner, RM Gazal, and S Joshi, Urban Tree Phenology: A Comparative Study Between New York City and Ithaca, New York. Geocarto International26(7): 507-526. DOI:10.1080/10106049.2011.607517
Gebremariam GH, TG Gebremedhin, and PV Schaeffer. Employment Income and Migration in Appalachia: A Spatial Simultaneous Equations Approach. Journal of Regional Science, 51:1, pp102-120, 2011.
Gebremariam GH, TG Gebremedhin, PV Schaeffer, RW Jackson and TT Phipps. A Spatial Model of Regional Variations in Employment Growth in Appalachia. Région et Développement, 33:73-96, 2011.
Harris T M, LJ Rouse, and S Bergeron. Humanities GIS: Adding Place, Spatial Storytelling and Immersive Visualization into the Humanities. In Dear, M., Ketchum, J., Luria, S. and Richardson, D. (eds) Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, Routledge, 226-240.
Jackson RW. Knowns, Unknowns, and Impacts. Review of Regional Studies. Volume 41, pages 5-11.
Jackson RW. Revisiting the Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff. Regional Science Policy and Practice, 3,4:421-425.
Jackson RW and WR Schwarm. Accounting Foundations for Interregional Commodity-by-industry Input-Output Models. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 4:3:187-196.
Kahsai MS, C. Nondo, PV Schaeffer and TG Gebremedhin. Income Level and the Energy consumption-GDP Nexus: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa Countries. Energy Economics, doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2011.06.006.
Kahsai MS, TG Gebremedhin and PV Schaeffer. A Spatial Analysis of Amenity and Regional Economic Growth in Northeast Region. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 23(2/3), 2011.
Kelejian HH and G Piras. A Modification and Extension of Kelejian’s J-test for Non-nested Spatial Models. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 41, 281-292, 2011.
Kim M, TA Warner, M Madden, and D Atkinson, Multi-scale Texture Segmentation and Classification of Salt Marsh Using Digital Aerial Imagery with Very High Spatial Resolution. International Journal of Remote Sensing 32(10):2825-2850. DOI:10.1080/01431161003745608. 2011.
Koschinsky J, N Lozano-Gracia and G Piras. The welfare Benefit of a Home’s Loction: An Empirical comparison of Spatial and Non-Spatial Model Estimates. Journal of Geographical Systems. DOI 10.1007/s10109-001-0148-6.
Maxon R. “Kenya’s Independence Constitution: Constitution-Making and the End of Empire.” Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 2011
Piras G, P Postiglione and P Aroca. Specialization, R&D and Productivity Growth: Evidence from EU Regions. Annals of Regional Science. DOI 10.1007/s00168-010-0424-2.
Schaeffer PV and MS Kahsai, A Theoretical Note on the Relationship between Documented and Undocumented Migration. International Journal of Population Research, doi:10.11555/2011/873967, 2011.
Turner, K, M Munday, CD Jensen and S McIntyre. Incorporating Jurisdiction Issues into Regional Carbon Accounts Under Production and Consumption Accounting Principles. Environment and Planning A, 43(3):722-741, 2011.
Warner, TA, Kernel-based texture in remote sensing image classification. Geography Compass 5/10:781-798. DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-8198.2011.00451.x. 2011.
Warner TA and JY Lee, Spatial Context-dependent and Directional Image Texture.International Journal of Remote Sensing 32(17):4787-4806. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2010.489071. 2011.
Yohannes GH, MS Kahsai, TG Gebremdhin and RW Jackson. Is Income Inequality Endogenous in Regional Growth. Journal of Income Distribution, 20(3-4). 2011.
Yu J and RW Jackson, Regional Innovation Clusters: A Critical Review. Growth and Change, 42,2:111-124, 2011.
Zhu M., H. Chu, M.W. Carter, and T. Rice. Implications of Conducting Trend Analyses of Emergency Department Visits Using Publicly Released Masked Design Variables. Annals of Emergency Medicine.Online 2011.
Almutairi, A. and T.A. Warner. Change detection accuracy and image properties: A study using simulated data. Remote Sensing, 2:6, pp. 1508-1529. 2010.
Amarasinghe, A. and G. D’Souza. Economics of Health, Obesity and the Built Environment: Empirical Investigations and Policy Implications. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany, pp. 145.
Chen, X., T.A. Warner and D. Campagna. Integrating Visible, Near-Infrared and Short-Wave Infrared Hyperspectral and Multispectral Thermal Imagery for Geological Mapping at Cuprite, Nevada: A Rule-Based System. International Journal of Remote Sensing 31:7, 2010.
DeSousa-Brown and T.G. Gebremedhin. Small Business and Rural Economic Growth: A County-Level Analysis of West Virginia. VDM Publishing House, Saarbrucken, Germany, 2010.
Gebremariam GH, T.G. Gebremedhin, and P.V. Schaeffer. Analysis of County Employment and Income Growth in Appalachia: A Spatial Simultaneous-Equations Approach. Empirical Economics, 38:1: 23-45, 2010.
Gibson M., M.W. Carter, E. Helmes and A.K. Edberg. Principles of Good Care for Long Term Care Facilities. International Psychogeriatrics Association, 22(7), 1072-1083, 2010.
Hailu, Y.G., T.G. Gebremedhin, and C. Brown. Economic Development and Land Use Change: A Spatial Econometric Analysis of Agricultural Land Losses in the Northeastern United States. VDM Publishing House, Saarbrucken, Germany, 2010.
Harris T M. Ecological Fallacy, In Encyclopedia of Geography, Barney Warf, ed. Sage Publications.2010.
Harris, T. M., J. Corrigan, and D. Bodenhamer. Challenges for the Spatial Humanities: Toward a Research Agenda. In The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, Indiana University Press: Bloomington. 2010.
Harris, T. M., L. J. Rouse, and S. J. Bergeron. The Geospatial Web and Local Geographical Education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education. 19:1, 2010.
Jackson RW, A Krugh, and B LaShier. National and State Economic Impact of NETL. http://www.netl.doe.gov/energy-analyses/temp/FY09_NationalandStateEconomicImpactofNETL_100209.pdf
Kahsai M.S., T.G. Gebremedhin and P.V. Schaeffer. Amenity and Economy: A Spatial Econometric Analysis of the Northeastern United States, Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Publishing House, Ltd., 2010.
Mandal, M., J. Evans and G. D’Souza. New Advances in Risk Management of Niche Agricultural Products: Applications & Implications. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany, 132 pp.
Maumbe, B.M. (Ed.) E-Agriculture and E-Government for Global Policy Development: Implications and Future Directions. IGI Global Publishers. 2010.
Maumbe, B.M. Mobile Agriculture in South Africa: Implementation Framework, Value-added Services and Policy Implications. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research and Development in Africa, 1(2):35-59, 2010.
Maumbe, B.M. and J.J. Okello. Uses of Information and Communication Technology in Agriculture and Rural Development: Experiences from South Africa and Kenya.International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Research and Development in Africa, 1(1):1-19, 2010.
Maxon, Robert. Constitution-Making in Contemporary Kenya: Lessons from the Twentieth Century. Kenya Studies Review. 1,1,11-30. 2010.
Mojica, M.N.,T.G. Gebremedhin and P.V. Schaeffer. A County-Level Assessment of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Appalachia Using Simultaneous Equations. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, World Scientific Publishing Company, 15:1, 3-18, 2010.
Mojica, M., T.G. Gebremedhin and P.V. Schaeffer. Enterpreneurship and Economic Development Econometric Analysis of the Appalachian Region. VDM Publishing House,Saarbrucken, Germany, 2010.
Mojica, M., T.G. Gebremedhin and P.V. Schaeffer. Valuing Community Attributes in Rural Counties in West Virginia: An Application of Data Envelopment Analysis.Journal of Rural and Community Development, 5:2, 2010..
Schaeffer, P.V. Refugees: On the Economics of Political Migration, International Migration 48:1-22, published online (EarlyView), 2010.
Schaeffer, P. V. and J. O. Bukenya. Assimilation of Foreigners in Former West Germany. International Migration. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2435.2010.00617.x 2010.
Warner, T.A. Panchromatic imagery. Sage Encyclopeadia of Geography. SAGE Publications, UK. 2010.
Warner, T.A. Remote sensing analysis: From project design to implementation. Chapter 17 in J.D. Bossler, R.B. McMaster, C. Rizos and J.B. Campbell (ed.) Manual of Geospatial Sciences, 2nd edition. Taylor and Francis, London, UK, pp. 301-318. 2010.
Warner, T.A. and J.Y. Lee. “Context-Dependent and Directional Image Texture.” International Journal of Remote Sensing. 32(17):4787‐4806, DOI:10.1080/01431161.2010.489071
Cheng, S., R. R. Stough and R. W. Jackson. Measuring and Building High-Quality Entrepreneurship: A Research Prospectus. Innovation The European Journal of Social Science Research, 22,3:329-340, 2009.
Fones-Wolf, Kenneth. 2009. Culture Class and Politics in Modern Appalachia: Essays in Honor of Ronald L. Lewis. West Virginia University Press.
Fones Wolf, Elizabeth and Ken Fones-Wolf. 2009. Sanctifying the Southern Organizing Campaign: Protestant Activists in the CIO’s Operation Dixie. Labor: Studies in Working Class History of the Americas, 6,1: 5-32.
Hailu, Yohannes G., Tesfa G. Gebremedhin and Randall W. Jackson. 2009. A Regional Economic Analysis of the Links between Income Inequality and Economic Growth: Evidence from West Virginia Data. Journal of Income Distribution, 18,1: 130-145.
Jackson, R. W. and Kingsley Haynes. 2009. Methods: Shift-Share Analysis. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, eds. Nigel Thrift & Rob Kitchin, Vol. 1-12. Elsevier.
Lin, Ge, Gregory Elmes, Mike Walnoha, and Xiannian Chen. 2009. Developing a Spatial Temporal Method for Geographic Investigation of Shoe Prints. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 54,1: 152-158.
Love, J. P., and J. T. Anderson. 2009. Seasonal Effects of Four Removal Methods on the Invasive Lonicera Morrowii (Morrow’s Honeysuckle) and Initial Responses of Understory Plants in a Southwestern Pennsylvania Old Field. Restoration Ecology, 17,4: 549-559.
Mojica, M.N., T.G. Gebremedhin, and P.V. Schaeffer. An Empirical Analysis of the Link between Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in West Virginia. IU Journal of Entrepreneurship Development 6:3-4, 39-53, 2009.
Poplar-Jeffers, I. O., J. T. Petty, J. T. Anderson, J. S. Kite, M. P. Strager, and R. H. Fortney. 2009. Culvert Replacement and Stream Habitat Restoration: Implications from Brook Trout Management in an Appalachian Watershed, U.S.A. Restoration Ecology. Restoration Ecology and Management, 17 (Online First).
Schaeffer P.V. and T.G. Gebremedhin. Expected Time to Employment as a Function of Labor Market Size: A Theoretical Note. Review of Regional Studies. 39:3, 287-295, 2009.
Schaeffer P.V. and M.S. Kahsai. Evaluating the H-1B Visa Program: Theoretical Issues.China-USA Business Review 8:11, 44-54, 2009.
Schaeffer P.V. and S. Loveridge. Regional Science and State Rural Policy Research,International Regional Science Review 32:4, 509-522.
Yu J.B. and P. Nijkamp. Ownership, R&D and Productivity Change: Assessing the Catch-up in China’s High-tech Industries. Studies in Regional Science 39,1: 149-173, 2009.
Yu J.B. and P. Nijkamp. China’s Prospects as an Innovative Country: An Industrial Economics Perspective. In Milton Friedman, Nobel Monetary Economist: A Review of His Theories and Policies, eds., K Puttaswamaiah. Enfield, NH, USA; Jersey, Channel Islands; Plymouth, UK: Isle Publishing Company, 2009.
Yu J.B. and R.R. Stough. Linking Government Procurement to Long-term Government Performance: A Theoretical Instrument with a Perspective Suggestion for China.Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 7:2, 226-244, 2009.
Yu J.B., R.R. Stough and P. Nijkamp. Governing Technological Entrepreneurship in China and the West. Public Administration Review, 69:1, S95-S100, 2009.
Borisova, T., A. Collins, G. D’Souza, M. Benson, M. Wolfe, and B. Benham. 2008. A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Total Maximum Daily Load Implementation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 44,4: 1009-1023.
Christiadi and Brian Cushing. 2008. The Joint Choice of an Individual’s Occupation and Destination, Journal of Regional Science, 48,5: 893-919.
Flaherty, K. L., J. T. Anderson, and E. D. Michael. 2008. Adult Survivorship and Capture Probability of the Common Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Journal of Herpetology42,1:202-205.
Giarratani F, G Gruver and RW Jackson, Rejoinder to SD Komiers Comment on “Clusters, Agglomeration, and Economic Development Potential: Empirical Evidence Based on the Advent of Slab Casting by U.S. Steel Minimills,” Economic Development Quarterly, 22,3:267, 2008.
Hughes, David W., Cheryl Brown, Stacy Miller, and Tom McConnell. Evaluating the Economic Impact of Farmers’ Markets Using an Opportunity Cost Framework: A West Virginia Example. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 40,1: 253-265.
Oberhauser, A.M. and Kobena Hanson. Negotiating Livelihoods and Scale in the Context of Neoliberal Globalization: Perspectives from Accra, Ghana. African Geographical Review. 26:11-36, 2008.
Rentch, J.S., J. T. Anderson, S. Lamont, R. Eli, and J. Sencindiver. Vegetation along Hydrologic, Edaphic, and Chemical Gradients in a High-Elevation Poor Fen in Canaan Valley, West Virginia. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 16(3):237-253, 2008.
Schaeffer, Peter V. 2008. Thoughts Concerning the Economic Valuation of Landscapes.Journal of Environmental Management 89,3: 146-154.
Ward, R. L. J. T. Anderson, and J. T. Petty. Effects of Road Crossings on Stream and Streamside Salamanders. Journal of Wildlife Management. 72:3, 760-771, 2008.
Borisova, T., G. D’Souza, D. Miller, and W. Labys. Remaining Competitive at the Regional Level: Developing a Local Aquaculture Industry. Journal of Aquaculture Economic & Management. 11:1, 2007.
Borisova, T., G. D’Souza, D. Miller, and W. Labys. 2007. Remaining Competitive at the Regional Level: Developing a Local Aquaculture Industry. Aquaculture Economics and Management 11,1: 73-98.
Borisova, T., P. Vantaram, G. D’Souza, D. Miller, and C. Zabriski. 2007. Web-Based Tool for Economic Analysis of Fish Transportation Decisions. World Aquaculture 38: 34-71.
Edalgo, J. A., and J. T. Anderson. 2007. Effects of Prebaiting on Small Mammal Trapping Success in a Morrow’s Honeysuckle–Dominated Area. Journal of Wildlife Management71:246-250.
Evans, J., M. Sperow, G. D’Souza, and E. Rayburn. 2007. Stochastic Simulation of Pasture-Raised Beef Production Systems and Implications for the Appalachian Cow-Calf Sector. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 30,4: 27-51.
Giarratani, F, G. Gruver, and R. W. Jackson. 2007. Clusters, Agglomeration, and Economic Development Potential: Empirical Evidence on the Advent of Slab Casting by U.S. Steel Minimills. Economic Development Quarterly, 21,2: 148-164.
Hailu, Yohannes G. and Cheryl Brown. 2007. Regional Growth Impacts on Agricultural Land Development: A Spatial Model for Three States, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 36,1: 149-163.
Hedrick, L. B., S. A. Welsh, and J. T. Anderson. 2007. Effects of Highway Construction on Sediment and Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Two Tributaries of the Lost River, West Virginia. Journal Freshwater Ecology 22:561-569.
Lewis, Ronald L. and William D. Jones. 2007. Gender and Transnationality Among Welsh Tinplate Workers in Pittsburgh: The Hattie Williams Affair, 1895. Labor History 48: 175-94.
Lohmann, Roger A. 2007. Charity, Philanthropy, Public Service, or Enterprise: What Are the Big Questions of Nonprofit Management Today? Public Administration Review, 67,3: 437-444.
Maskey, Vishakha, Cheryl Brown, Alan R. Collins, Hala F. Nassar. 2007. Evaluating a Proposed Relocation of a Historic Mill. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 36,1: 39-52.
Oberhauser, Ann M. 2007. Feminist Pedagogy: Diversity and Praxis in a University Context. In Feminisms in Geography: Rethinking Space, Place, and Knowledges, eds., P. Moss and K. Falconer Al-Hindi.
Tatu, K. S., J. T. Anderson, L. J. Hindman, and G. Seidel. 2007. Diurnal Foraging Activities of Mute Swans in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland. Waterbirds 30:121-128.
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Weiler, Stephan and Peter Schaeffer, guest editors. 2007. Special Issue: Frontier Issues in Rural and Regional Development, The Review of Regional Studies, 37,3: 279-281.
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Brown, C., J. Gandee and G. D’Souza. 2006. West Virginia Farm Direct Marketing: A County Level Analysis. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 38: 575-584.
Carter, Mary W., Datti, Balaji, and Winters, Jamie M. 2006. Emergency Department Visits by Older Adults for Ambulatory Care-Sensitive and Supply-Sensitive Conditions. American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2,4: 428-434.
Carter, Mary W. and Porell, Frank W. 2006. Nursing Home Performance on Select Publicly Reported Quality Indicators and Resident Risk of Hospitalization: Grappling with Policy Implications. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 18,1: 17-39.
Datti, Balaji and Mary W. Carter. 2006. The Effect of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising on Prescription Drug Use by Older Adults. Drugs and Aging, 23,1: 71-81.
Drohan, P. J., C. N. Ross, J. T. Anderson, R. H. Fortney, and J. S. Rentch. 2006. Soil and Hydrologic Drivers of Typha Latifolia Encroachment in a Marl Wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management 14:107-122.
Douglas, Stratford. 2006. Utilization Rates of Coal-Fired Power Plants and the Efficiency of Electricity Market Reforms. The Energy Journal 27,1.
Fichani, K. and Walter C. Labys. 2006. Planning the Future for Botswana’s Coal.International Journal of Global Energy Issues 25,1/2: 60-82.
Forcey, G. M., J. T. Anderson, F. K. Ammer, and R. C. Whitmore. 2006. Comparison of Two Double-Observer Point-Count Approaches for Estimating Breeding Bird Abundance.Journal of Wildlife Management 70:1674-1681.
Giarratani, Frank, Gene Gruver, and Randall W. Jackson. 2006. Plant Location and the Advent of Slab Casting by U.S. Steel Minimills: An Observation-Based Analysis. Economic Geography 82,4: 401-419.
Hawthorne, T. L., M. Dougherty, G. Elmes, C. Fletcher, B. McCusker, M. Pinto, and D. Weiner. 2006. Beyond the Public Meeting: Building a Field-Based participatory Geographic Information System for Land Use Planning in Monongalia County, West Virginia. In Collaborative Geographic Information Systems, eds., S. Balram and S. Dragicevic. Idea Group Inc., Chapter 3, p. 43 [ISBN 1591408458].
Jackson, Randall W., Walter Schwarm, Yasuhide Okuyama, and Samia Islam. 2006. A Method for Constructing Commodity by Industry Flow Matrices. Annals of Regional Science 40,4: 909-920.
Jeong, Woocheon, Kern O. Kymn, Christine J. Kymn, and Brian Cushing. 2006. Testing the Credit View with Pooled Data: Dynamic Links among State Bank Health, Investment-Oriented Bank Loans and Economic Performance. Annals of Regional Science 40,1: 133-145.
Kahler, H. A., and J. T. Anderson. 2006. Tree Cavity Resources for Dependent Cavity-using Wildlife in the Southern Allegheny Mountains. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry23:114-12.
Kyrtsou, C. and Walter C. Labys. 2006. Evidence for Chaotic Dependence between Commodity Prices and US Inflation. Journal of Macroeconomics, 28:1, 256-266.
Martis, Kenneth C. , J. Clark Archer, Stephen J. Lavin, and Fred M. Sheeley. 2006. Historical Atlas of U. S. Presidential Elections: 1788-2004. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.
Maskey, Vishakha, Tesfa G. Gebremedhin, and Timothy J. Dalton. 2006. Social and Cultural Determinants of Collective Management of Community Forest in Nepal. Journal of Forest Economics 11: 261-274.
Oberhauser, Ann M. and Brent McCusker. 2006. An Assessment of Women’s Access to Natural Resources through Communal Projects in South Africa. GeoJournal 66,4: 325-339.
Schaeffer, Peter V. 2006. Outline of an Economic Theory of Assimilation. Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 36,2 December: 153-160.
Schwarm, W. R., R. W. Jackson, and Y. Okuyama. 2006. An Evaluation of Method for Constructing Commodity by Industry Flow Matrices. The Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy 36,1: 84-93.
Balcombe, C. K., J. T. Anderson, R. H. Fortney, and W. S. Kordek. 2005. Vegetation, Invertebrate, and Wildlife Community Rankings and Habitat Analysis of Mitigation Wetlands in West Virginia. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 13,5: 517-530.
Balcombe, C. K., J. T. Anderson, R. H. Fortney, and W. S. Kordek. 2005. Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in Mitigated and Natural Wetlands. Hydrobiologia, 541:175-188.
Balcombe, C. K., J. T. Anderson, R. H. Fortney, and W. S. Kordek. 2005. Wildlife use of Mitigation and Reference Wetlands in West Virginia. Ecological Engineering, 25,1:85-99.
Balcombe, C. K., J. T. Anderson, R. H. Fortney, J. S. Rentch, W. N. Grafton, and W. S. Kordek. 2005. A Comparison of Plant Communities in Mitigation and Reference Wetlands in the Mid-Appalachians. Wetlands, 25:130-142.
Bennett, B., G. D’Souza, T. Borisova, and A. Amarasinghe. 2005. Willingness to Consume Genetically Modified Foods: The Case of Fish and Seafood. Journal of Aquaculture Economics and Management, 9,3: 331-345.
Bukenya, J. O. and Walter C. Labys. 2005. Price Convergence on World Commodity Markets: Fact or Fiction. International Regional Science Review, 28,3:302-329.
Carter, Mary W. and Frank W. Porell. 2005. Nursing Home Performance on Select Publicly Reported Quality Indicators and Resident Risk of Hospitalization: Grappling with Policy Implications. Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 18,1: 17-39.
Christiadi, Scott Loveridge, and Brian Cushing. 2005. Testing a Method to Estimate County-level Demand for Educational Attainment. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 39,3: 245-260.
Goins, R. Turner, Kimberly Williams, Mary W. Carter, Tatiana Solovieva, and S. Melinda Spencer. 2005. Perceived Barriers to Health Care Access among Rural Elderly: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Rural Health, 21,3: 206-213.
Hailu, Y. G., T. G. Gebremedhin and R. W. Jackson. 2005. Assessing Demographic Changes and Income Inequalities: A Case Study of West Virginia. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 37,1.
Kouassi, E. and Walter C. Labys. 2005. Seasonality, Nonstationarity and the Structural Forecasting of the Index of Industrial Production. In New Trends in Macroeconomics, eds., C. Diebolt and C. Kyrtsou. London:Springer-Verlag, pp. 195-221.
Lamar, W. R., J. B. McGraw, and T. Warner. 2005. Multitemporal Censusing of a Population of Eastern Hemlock from Remotely Sensed Imagery Using an Automated Segmentation and Reconciliation Procedure. Remote Sensing of Environment 94,1: 133-143.
Lewis, Ronald L. 2005. Networking among Welsh Coal Miners in Nineteenth Century America. In Toward a Comparative History of Coalfield Societies, eds., Stefan Berger, Andy Croll, and Norman LaPorte. London: Ashgate Publishing.
Lohmann, Roger and Nancy Lohmann, eds. 2005. Rural Social Work Practice. Columbia University Press. ISBN: 0-231-12932-7.
Martis, Kenneth C. 2005. Representation of Appalachia in North American Geography College Textbooks. Journal of Geography, 104,2: 85-92.
Oberhauser, Ann M. 2005. Scaling Gender and Diverse Economies: Perspectives from Appalachia and South Africa. Antipode 37,5: 863-874.
Porell, Frank W. and Mary Carter. 2005. Discretionary Hospitalization of Nursing Home Residents with and without Alzheimer’s Disease: A Multilevel Analysis. Journal of Aging and Health, 17,2: 207-238.
Rentch, J. S., R. H. Fortney, S. L. Stephenson, H. S. Adams, W. N. Grafton, and J. T. Anderson. 2005. Vegetation-site Relationships of Roadside Plant Communities in West Virginia, U.S.A. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:129-138.
Sacilotto, K. A., and J. T. Anderson. 2005. Avian Nest Box Use on Islands in the Ohio River. Northeastern Naturalist 12:403-410.
Schaeffer, Peter. 2005. Human Capital, Migration Strategy, and Brain Drain, Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 14,3: 319-335.
Warner T. and K. Steinmus. 2005. Spatial Classification of Orchards and Vineyards with High Spatial Resolution Panchromatic Imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 71,2: 179-187.
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Warner T. and K. Steinmus. 2005. Classification of Orchards and Vineyards with High Spatial Resolution Panchromatic Imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 71,2: 179-187.
Wu, Bei, Mary Carter, Turner Goins, and Chunrong Cheng. 2005. Emerging Services for Community-Based Elder Care in Urban China: A Systematic Analysis of Shanghai’s Community-based Agencies. Journal of Aging and Social Policy 17,4: 37-60.
Anderson, J. T., and L. M. Smith. 2004. Persistence and Colonization Strategies of Playa Wetland Invertebrates. Hydrobiologia 513:77-86.
Brown, Daniel, Gregory Elmes, Susan Macey, and David Mark. 2004. Geographic Information Science. In Geography in America at the Dawn of the 21st Century, eds. Cort J. Willmott and Gary L. Gaile. Oxford University Press ISBN 019 8233922, pp. 680.
Cushing, Brian and Jacques Poot. 2004. Crossing Boundaries and Borders: Regional Science Advances in Migration Modelling. Papers in Regional Science 83,1: 317-338.
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D’Souza, G., D. Miller, K. Semmens and D. Smith. 2004. Mine Water Aquaculture as an Economic Development Strategy: Linking Coal Mining, Fish Farming, Water Conservation and Recreation. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 15: 159-172.
Elmes, Gregory, Earl Epstein, Eric Shepard, and David Tulloch. 2004. GIS and Society. InA Research Agenda for Geographic Information Systems, eds. R. McMaster and L. Usery. New York: CRC Press (pp. 287-312).
Elmes, Gregory, Michael Dougherty, Hallie Challig, Wilbert Karigomba, Brent McCusker, and Daniel Weiner. 2004. Local Knowledge Doesn’t Grow on Trees: Community Integrated GIS and Rural Community Self Definition. In Developments in Spatial Data Handling, ed. Peter Fisher. Berlin: Springer Science and Business Media.
Huang, H. and Walter C. Labys. 2004. Modeling the Trade and Environmental Linkages in China. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues 4,4: 242-266.
Jackson, Randall W. 2004. The Impacts of Walter Isard on Geography. Journal of Geographical Systems. 6,1: 71-77.
Jackson, Randall W. and Alan T. Murray. 2004. Alternate Input-Output Matrix Updating Formulations. Economic Systems Research 16,2: 135-148.
Kyrtsou, C., Walter C. Labys, and M. Terraza. 2004. Noisy Chaotic Dynamics in Commodity Markets. Empirical Economics, 29, 3:489-502.
Latimer, Melissa and Ann M. Oberhauser. 2004. Exploring Gender and Economic Development in Appalachia. Journal of Appalachian Studies 10,3: 269-291.
Lewis, Ronald L. 2004. Industrial Slavery: Linking the Periphery and the Core. In African American Urban Experience eds., Joe William Trotter, Tera Hunter, and Earl Lewis. Palgrave Macmillan, Ltd., pp. 35-57.
Lewis, Ronald L. 2004. Appalachian Myths and the Legacy of Coal. In The Appalachians: America’s First and Last Frontier, eds., Mari-Lynn Evans, et al. New York: Random House, pp. 75-83. Companion book to the National PBS documentary of the same title.
Lewis, Ronald L. 2004. Industrialization in Appalachia. In High Mountains Rising: Appalachia in Time and Place, eds. Tyler Blethan and Richard Straw. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 248 (ISBN 0-252-02915).
Oberhauser, Ann M., Jennifer L. Mandel and Holly M. Hapke. 2004. Gendered Livelihoods in Diverse Global Contexts: An Introduction. Gender, Place and Culture 11,2: 205-208.
Oberhauser, Ann M. and Amy Pratt. 2004. Women’s Collective Economic Strategies and Transformation in Rural South Africa. Gender, Place and Culture 11,2: 209-228.
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Okuyama, Yasuhide. 2004. Modeling Spatial Economic Impacts of an Earthquake: Input-Output Approaches. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 13,4: 297-306.
Okuyama, Yasuhide and Stephanie E. Chang. 2004. Modeling Spatial and Economic Impacts of Disasters, Springer-Verlag, pp. 323 (ISBN 3-540-21449-6).
Okuyama, Yasuhide, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, and Michael Sonis. 2004. Measuring Economic Impacts of Disasters: Interregional Input-Output Analysis Using Sequential Interindustry Model. In Modeling Spatial and Economic Impacts of Disasters, eds., Yasuhide Okuyama and Stephanie E. Chang. Springer-Verlag, pp. 77-101.
Okuyama, Yasuhide, Michael Sonis and Geoffrey J. D. Hewings. 2004. Typology of Structural Change in the Chicago Economy: A Temporal Inverse Analysis. Studies in Regional Science 34,3: 237-250.
Schaeffer, Peter V. 2004. Peter V. Schaeffer on Richardson’s Regional Economics(1969). Section 3.4.2 of Brigitte S. Waldorf et al., “Path-breaking Books in Regional Science.” Papers in Regional Science 83,1: 82-84. [Invited, Golden Anniversary Issue ofPRS. Reprinted in R. J. G. M. Florax and D.A. Plane, editors. Fifty Years of Regional Science. Springer Verlag, Advances in Spatial Science Series, 2004.]
Weiner, D. and T. Harris. 2004. Community-Integrated GIS for Land Reform in South Africa. URISA Journal 15,2: 61-73.
Zhao, G., J. Li, T. Li, Y. Yue, and T. Warner. 2004. Utilizing Landsat TM Imagery to Map Greenhouses in Qingzhou, Shandong Province, China. Pedosphere 14,3: 1-7.
Bishop, John A., K. Victor Chow, and Lester A. Zeager. 2003. Decomposing Lorenz and Concentration Curves. International Economic Review 44,3: 965-978.
Boone, Harry N. Jr., Peter V. Schaeffer, and Jennifer L. Lewis. 2003. Consumer-driven Agriculture as a Means to Promote Rural Income and Employment Opportunities: A Case Study of West Virginia. Applied Research in Economic Development 1,2: 19-32.
Bukenya, James O., Tesfa G. Gebremedhin, and Peter V. Schaeffer. 2003. Analysis of Rural Quality of Life and Health: A Spatial Approach. Economic Development Quarterly17,3: 280-293.
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Healy, Richard W. and Randall W. Jackson.* Competition & Complementarity in Local Economic Development: A Nonlinear Dynamic Approach. Studies in Regional and Urban Planning 9: 21-49 (*accepted in 2002, in print in 2003, dated 2001).
Hewings, Geoffrey J. D. and Yasuhide Okuyama. 2003. Economic Assessment of Unexpected Events. In The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism, eds., Susan L. Cutter, Douglas B. Richardson, and Thomas J. Wilbanks. Routledge; 153-160.
Hughes, David W. 2003. Policy Uses of Economic Multiplier and Impact Analysis. 2nd Quarter. Choices 25-30.
Kim, Chong Won, Tim T. Phipps, and Luc Anselin. 2003. Measuring the Benefits of Air Quality Improvement: A Spatial Hedonic Approach. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 45,1: 24-39.
Labys, Walter C. 2003. New Directions in the Modeling and Forecasting of Commodity Models. Mondes en Developpement 31,2.
Leyden, Kevin M. 2003. Social Capital and the Built Environment: The Importance of Walkable Neighborhoods. American Journal of Public Health 93,9:1546-1551.
Lin, Ge . 2003. Using GIS to Unveil Distance Effects on Hospitalizations in Victoria. InGeographic Information Systems in Health Applications, ed. Omar Khan. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, Chapter XIV, pp. 243-259 (ISBN 1591-40-042-2).
Lin, Ge. 2003. A Spatial Logit Association Model for Cluster Detection. Geographical Analysis 35,4: 329-340.
Lin, Ge and Quanyi Wang. 2003. Predictors of Non-use of Condoms among Drug Users in China: Implications for HIV Harm Reduction. Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy Journal 10,2: 141-146.
Maxon, Robert M. 2003. Going Their Separate Ways: Agrarian Transformation in Kenya, 1930-1950. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (ISBN 0-8386-3893-7).
McCusker, B. and D. Weiner. 2003. GIS Representations of Nature, Political Ecology, and the Study of Land Use and Cover Change in South Africa,. In Political Ecology: An Integrative Approach to Geography and Environment-Development Studies, eds., Thomas J. Bassett and Karl S. Zimmerer. New York: Guilford Press, pp. 306 (ISBN 1-57230-916-4).
Schwarm, Walter and Harvey Cutler. 2003. Building Small City and Town SAMS and CGE Models. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies 15,2: 132-147.Goldman, T., S. Selin, and B. Erickson. 2003. Hiking Alone: Understanding Fear, Negotiation Strategies and Leisure Experience. Journal of Leisure Research 35,1: 1-22.
Archer, J. Clark, Stephen J. Lavin, Kenneth C. Martis, and Fred M. Shelley. 2002. Atlas of American Politics: 1960-2000. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.
Craig, W., T. M. Harris, and D. Weiner, eds. 2002. Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, London: Taylor and Francis (pp. 383).
Ferro, C. J. and T. A. Warner. 2002. Scale and Texture in Digital Image Classification.Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 68,1: 51-63.
Fones-Wolf, Ken. 2002. Immigrants, Labor and Capital in a Transnational Context: Belgian Glass Workers in America, 1880-1925. Journal of American Ethnic History 21,2: 59-80.
Harris, T. M. 2002. GIS in Archaeology. In Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History, ed. A. Knowles. ESRI Press (Chapter 10 , ISBN 1-58948-032-5).
Harris, T. and D. Weiner. 2002. Implementing PPGIS: Perspectives from South Africa Fieldwork. In Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, eds. W. Craig, T. M. Harris, and D. Weiner. Taylor and Francis.
Huang, Haixiao and Walter C. Labys. 2002. Environment and Trade: A Review of Issues and Methods. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues2,1/2: 100-160.
Jackson, R. W. and D. A. Dzikowski. 2002. A Spatial Output Decomposition Method for Assessing Regional Economic Structure. In Trade, Networks and Hierarchies, eds. Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Michael Sonis and David E. Boyce. Springer-Verlag (pp. 315-328).
Labys, Walter C. . 2002. Transmaterialization. In A Handbook of Industrial Ecology, eds., Robert U. Ayres and Leslie W. Ayres. Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 202-208.
Lewis, Ronald L. 2002. The Appalachian Coal Industry. In Appalachia: A History(tentatively scheduled to be released simultaneously with the National PBS documentary of that same title).
Lewis, Ronald L. 2002. Americanizing Immigrant Coal Miners in Northern West Virginia between the World Wars. In Transnational West Virginia: Ethnic Communities and Economic Change, eds. Ronald L. Lewis and Kenneth Fones-Wolf. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.
Lewis, Ronald L. and Ken Fones-Wolf, eds. 2002. Transnational West Virginia: Ethnic Groups and Economic Change, 1840-1940s. West Virginia University Press.
Lin, Ge . 2002. Regional Variation in Family Support for the Elderly in China: A Geo-Developmental Perspective. Environment and Planning A 34: 1617-1633.
Lin, Ge and Zachary Zimmer. 2002. A Geographical Analysis of Spatial Differentials in Mobility and Self-Care Limitations among Older Americans. International Journal of Population Geography 8,6: 395-408.
Lin, Ge , Diane E. Allan, and Margaret J. Penning. 2002. Examining Distance Effects on Hospitalizations using GIS: A Study of Three Health Regions in British Columbia, Canada.Environment and Planning A 34: 2037-2053.
Lohmann, Roger and Nancy Lohmann. 2002. Social Administration. New York: Columbia University Press.
Maxon, Robert M. 2002. The Roots of Differential Development in Western Kenya: The Introduction of Arabica Coffee, 1930-1960. Journal of Third World Studies XIX,1: 153-171.
Oberhauser, A. M. 2002. Relocating Gender and Rural Economic Strategies. Environment and Planning A 34,7: 1221-1237.
Oberhauser, A. M. 2002. Examining Gender and Community Through Critical Pedagogy.Journal of Geography in Higher Education 26,1: 19-31.
Ohnoutka, Leone and David W. Hughes. 2002. Training Needs of Tourism-Based Businesses. Journal of Extension 40,3.
Okuyama, Yasuhide, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Michael Sonis, and Philip R. Israilevich. 2002. Structural Change in the Chicago Economy: A Field of Influence Analysis. In Trade, Network, and Hierarchies, eds., Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Michael Sonis, and David Boyce. Springer-Verlag, 201-224.
Okuyama, Yasuhide, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Michael Sonis, and Philip R. Israilevich. 2002. An Econometric Analysis of Bi-Proportional Properties in an Econometric-Input-Output Modeling System. Journal of Regional Science 42,2: 361-388.
Olatubi, Williams and David W. Hughes. 2002. Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Trade-Offs: A CGE Analysis of the Regional Impact of the Wetland Reserve Program. Land Use Policy Journal 19,3: 231-241.
Rosenberger, Randall S., George L. Peterson, and John B. Loomis. 2002. Applying a Method of Paired Comparisons to Measure Economic Values for Multiple Goods Sets.Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 34,1: 215-229.
Sonis, Michael, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, and Yasuhide Okuyama . 2002. Vertical Specialization and Interregional Trade: Hierarchy of Spatial Production Cycles and Feedback Loop Analysis in the Midwest Economy. In Trade, Network, and Hierarchies, eds., Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, Michael Sonis, and David Boyce. Springer-Verlag, 347-364.
Schaeffer, Peter V. 2002. Rural Development: Identifying the Link Between Community, Household Assets. Southern Perspectives 5,4: 1-4.
Schaeffer, Peter V. and Scott Loveridge. 2002. Towards an Understanding of Types of Public-Private Cooperation. Public Performance and Management Review 26,2: 169-189.
Schuett, M. and S. Selin. 2002. Developing a Profile of Collaborative Natural Resource Initiatives and Partners. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 19,4: 1-6.
Suwala, Wojciech and Walter C. Labys. 2002. Market Transition and Regional Adjustments in the Polish Coal Industry. Energy Economics 24,3: 285-303.
Casper, M., E. Barnett, J. A. Halverson, G. A. Elmes, and V. E. Braham. 2001. Heart Disease in Men: An Atlas of Racial and Ethnic Disparity in Mortality. CDC, Office for Social and Environmental Health Research, WVU, Morgantown (ISBN 0-9665085-2-1).
Chow, K. V. 2001. Marginal Conditional Stochastic Dominance, Statistical Inference, and Measuring Portfolio Performance. Journal of Financial Research 24,2: 289-307.
Cohen, Bruce C., Walter C. Labys, and Paavo Eliste. 2001. An Econometric Time-Series Analysis of Global CO2 Concentrations and Emissions. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 15,4: 371-385.
Hanham, Robert and Alison Hanham. 2001. The Uneven Development of Manufacturing in the Southeast, 1950-1990. Southeastern Geographer 41,1: 1-14.
Hewings, Geoffrey J. D., Yasuhide Okuyama, and Michael Sonis. 2001. Creating and Expanding Trade Partnerships within the Chicago Metropolitan Area: Applications using Miyazawa Accounting System. In Regional Science and Business, eds., Graham Clarke and Moss Madden. Springer-Verlag: 11-35.
Hewings, Geoffrey J. D., Yasuhide Okuyama, and Michael Sonis. 2001. Economic Interdependence within the Chicago Metropolitan Region: A Miyazawa Analysis. Journal of Regional Science 41,2: 195-217.
Hughes, David W. 2001. Backwash Effects. In International Political Economy, ed. R. J. B. Jones. Volume 1, pp. 65-66. London: Routledge, Inc.
Jackson, R. W. 2001. Assessing the Spatial Variation in U.S. Technology. In Perspectives in Regional Analysis: A Festschrift in Memory of Benjamin H. Stevens, eds. M. Lahr and R. E. Miller. Ashgate (pp. 323-344).
Jackson, R. W. and M. Sonis. 2001. On the Spatial Decomposition of Forecasts.Geographical Analysis 33,1: 58-75.
Key, T., T. Warner, J. McGraw, and M. A. Fajvan. 2001. A Comparison of Multispectral and Multitemporal Imagery for Tree Species Classification. Remote Sensing of Environment75,1: 100-112.
Labys, Walter C. 2001. Demand Modeling of Materials. In Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, eds. K. H. J. Buschow, R. W. Cahn, M. C. Flemings, B. Ilschner, E. J. Kramer, and S. Mahajan. Elsevier Science Ltd, pp. 5225-5230, ISBN 0-08-0431526.
Lange, Eckart and Peter Schaeffer. 2001. A Comment on the Market Value of a Room with a View. Landscape and Urban Planning 55,2: 113-120.
Lee, George C., Mai Tong, and Yasuhide Okuyama. 2001. Retrofit Strategies for Hospitals in the Eastern United States. In Research Progress and Accomplishments: 2000-2001, Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research: 141-148.
Lohmann, Roger. 2001. The Commons: New Perspectives on Nonprofit Organization and Voluntary Action (Japanese language edition), Osaka, Japan.
Lohmann, Roger and John McNutt. 2001. Community Practice and the Internet. InEncyclopedia of Community Practice, ed., Marie Weil. Sage Publications.
Martis, Kenneth C. 2001. Geographical Dimensions of a New Nation. In The Historical Geography of a Changing Continent, eds. Thomas F. McIlwraith and Edward K. Muller, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Maxon, Robert M. 2001. Where Did the Trees Go? The Wattle Bark Industry in Western Kenya, 1932-1950. The International Journal of African Historical Studies 34,3: 565-584.
Nesbitt, J. T. and D. Weiner. 2001. Conflicting Environmental Imaginaries and the Politics of Nature in Central Appalachia. Geoforum 32,3: 333-349.
Oberhauser, Ann M., Amy Pratt, and Anne-Marie Turnage. 2001. Unraveling Appalachia’s Rural Economy: The Case of a Flexible Manufacturing Network. Journal of Appalachian Studies 7,1: 19-45.
Schuett, M., S. Selin, and D. Carr. 2001. Making it Work: Keys to Successful Collaboration in Natural Resource Management. Environmental Management 27,4: 587-593.
Sonis, Michael, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, and Yasuhide Okuyama. 2001. Vertical Specialization and Interregional Trade: Turbulence Analogy and Feedback Loops Analysis of the Midwest Economy. In Spatial Change and Interregional Flows in the Integrating Europe, eds., H. Herrmann and J. Bröcker. Springer-Verlag: 201-211.
Sonis, Michael, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings, and Yasuhide Okuyama. 2001. Feedback Loops Analysis of Japanese Interregional Trade, 1980-85-90.Journal of Economic Geography1:341-362.
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