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9029 PAUL BEAUMONT, DAVID SORENSON, and ANDREW ISSERMAN. 1990. Opting for Optimal Matching? Control Group Selection for Rural Development.
9028 TERANCE REPHANN. 1990. Highways and Regional Economic Development: Review of the Theory and Models.
9027 ANDREW ISSERMAN. 1990. Automated Quasi-Experimental Control Group Analysis: The QE2 Method and its Application.
9026 SHUICHI HASHIYA. 1990. Technological Assistance to Small and Medium Sized Manufacturers in Japan: Case Studies of Five Regional Industrial Technology Centers.
9025 WILLIAM N. TRUMBULL. 1990. Questionable Economic Evaluation when Lives Are at Stake.
9024 WILLIAM N. TRUMBULL and CHRISTOPHER CORNWELL. 1990. Estimation of the Economic Model of Crime Using Panel Data.
9023 DAVID J. SORENSON. 1990. A Spatial Model of Asset Allocation.
9022 WALTER C. LABYS and JEFF CROMWELL. 1990. Relations between Resource Cycles, National Cycles, and Regional Economic Instability: A Vector Autoregressive Approach.
9021 BRIAN J. CUSHING. 1990. The Effect of Race Relations on the Migration of Blacks in the U.S.
9020 CARLA DICKSTEIN. 1990. Socializing Entrepreneurship in Worker Cooperatives: The Experience of Cooperative Development Agencies in Britain and Quebec.
9019 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1990. Japan”s Kohsetsushi Program of Regional Public Examination and
Technology Centers for Upgrading Small and Mid-Size Manufacturing Firms.
9018 JOHN PICKLES. 1990. Restructuring in Comparative Perspective: A Conceptual Framework for Comparative Research between Eastern and Central Europe and the United States.
9017 JAMES J. FRIEDBERG. 1990. The Convergence of Law in an Era of Political Integration: The Wood Pulp Case and the Alcoa Effects Doctrine.
9016 PHILIP SHAPIRA with JOAN GUTTA. 1990. Managing Research and Development: American and
Japanese Chemicals and Electronics Corporate R&D Compared.
9015 KENNETH C. MARTIS, ZOLTAN KOVACS, DEZSO KOVACS, and SANDOR PETER. 1990. The Geography of the 1990 Hungarian Parliament Elections.
9014 SALLY MAGGARD. 1990. Schooling, Work Experience, and Gender: The Social Reproduction of Poverty in Mining Regions.
9013 BOIAN KOULOV. 1990. Tendencies in the Administrative-Territorial Development of Bulgaria.
9012 RACHEL B. TOMPKINS. 1990. Economic Restructuring and the Changing Regional Development Role of American Universities.
9011 HIROE YAMAZAKI. 1990. Japan”s Regional Development through Third Sector Projects: The Cases of Kitakyushu and Omuta.
9010 ANDREW ISSERMAN. 1990. American Economic Development and the States: An Overview of Policy Objectives and Strategies.
9009 ANDREW ISSERMAN and JOHN KORT. 1990. Regional Economic Consequences of U.S. Immigration Policy.
9008 BOIAN KOULOV. 1990. Regional Management Systems: The Case of Bulgaria.
9007 PHILIP SHAPIRA and MELISSA GEIGER. 1990. Modernization in the Mountains? The Diffusion of Industrial Technology in West Virginia Manufacturing.
9006 ANDREW M. ISSERMAN. 1990. Research Designs for Quasi-Experimental Control Group Analysis in Regional Science.
9005 TERANCE J. REPHANN. 1990. The Geography of American Ideological Activity: Location Patterns of Political Extremist Organizations and Periodicals in the United States during the 1980s.
9004 KRASSIMIRA PASKALEVA. 1990. Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Bulgarian Regional Policy.
9003 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1990. The National Science Foundation”s Engineering Research Centers: Changing the Culture of U.S. Engineering?
9002 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1990. Modern Times: Learning from State Initiatives in Industrial Extension and Technology Transfer.
9001 PHILIP SHAPIRA and MELISSA GEIGER. 1990. Survey of Technology Use in West Virginia Manufacturing: Preliminary Report.
8913 MICHELE LAPLANTE. 1989. Networks and Resources in an Informal Economy: An Extended Family in Northern West Virginia.
8912 KRASSIMIRA PASKALEVA. 1989. Evaluation of the Regional Impacts of a Nuclear Power Plant: A Bulgarian Case Study Using a Quasi-Experimental Control Group Method.
8911 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1989. Steeltown to Spaceworld? Industrial and Regional Restructuring Strategies in Japanese Heavy Industry.
8910 CARLA DICKSTEIN. 1989. The Promise and Problems of Worker Cooperatives: A Survey Article.
8909 CARLA DICKSTEIN. 1989. Should We Take Your Garbage? Planning Issues and Approaches from the Host Region Perspective.
8908 JOHN PICKLES and JEFF WOODS. 1989. Undermining Disinvestment: From a Marginal Propensity to Invest to a Propensity to Invest in the Margins.
8907 ANDREW ISSERMAN, TERANCE REPHANN, and DAVID J. SORENSON. 1989. Highways and Rural Economic Development: Results from Quasi-Experimental Approaches.
8906 LASZLO FARAGO. 1989. Comprehensive Reform in Hungary and its Effects on the Regional Structure.
8905 DAVID GREENSTREET and ROBERT WALKER. 1989. Employment Growth of New ManufacturingEnterprises in Appalachia.
8904 WALTER C. LABYS. 1989. Recent Advances in the Spatial and Temporal Price and Allocation Modeling of Regional Mineral and Energy Issues.
8903 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1989. Manufacturing in an International Economy: Rethinking Regional Linkages and Strategies.
8902 MICHAEL B. TEITZ and PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1989. Growth and Turbulence in the California Economy.
8901 JOHN PICKLES and JEFF WOODS. 1989. Taiwanese Investment in South Africa.
8810 ANDREW ISSERMAN and JOHN KORT. 1988. Regional Economic Consequences of U.S. Immigration Policy.
8809 DAVID GREENSTREET and ROBERT WALKER. 1988. Growth of New Manufacturing Enterprises in Appalachia.
8808 BRIAN CUSHING. 1988. Importance of Functional Form in a Regional Econometric Forecasting Model.
8807 PHILIP SHAPIRA. 1988. Industrial Policy and Regional Development: Some Questions which Need Better Answers.
8806 DAVID GREENSTREET. 1988. A General Framework for Constructing Hybrid Regional Input-Output Models Based on Improving a Sequence of Intermediate Models.
8805 MARY BETH PUDUP. 1988. Report on the Third USA-USSR Seminar on Regional Economics and Planning.
8804 SHIH-MO LIN, FU-QIANG YANG, and ADAM ROSE. 1988. Sources of Change in Energy Use in the West Virginia Economy, 1977-82.
8803 ADAM ROSE, C. Y. CHEN, and SHIH-MO LIN. 1988. The Role of International Competition in Changing Energy Use Patterns in the U.S.
8802 MICHAEL HANNAN and JEFF CROMWELL. 1988. A Comparison of Fixed and Stochastic Coefficient Models for Commodity Price Forecasting: The Case of Copper.
8801 MARY BETH PUDUP. 1988. Report on the First American-Bulgarian Seminar on Regional Development and Environmental Management.
8718 MICHAEL HANNAN and JEFF CROMWELL. 1987. Undermining Disinvestment: Recent Changes in International Investment in South Africa.
8717 JOHN PICKLES. 1987. The Re-Internationalization of Apartheid.
8716 MARY BETH PUDUP. 1987. Crucibles of Change in the East South Central Region.
8715 JOHN PICKLES. 1987. Recent Changes in Regional Policy in South Africa.
8714 ANDREW ISSERMAN. 1987. An Automated Quasi-Experimental Control Group Method with Statistical Significance Tests: The Method and its Application to a Tourism Economic Development Project.
8713 DAVID L. GREENSTREET. 1987. Constructing an Interregional Commodity-by-Industry Input-Output Model.
8712 DAVID J. SORENSON and ANDREW M. ISSERMAN. 1987. Commercial Lending and Economic Development.
8711 MIKHAIL I. POPOV. 1987. Investment Aspects of Major Territorial Programs in the USSR.
8710 BRIAN J. CUSHING and PATRICIA BEESON. 1987. Functional Form in Models of Population Migration.
8709 ANDREW M. ISSERMAN and PAUL M. BEAUMONT. 1987. Quasi-Experimental Control Group Methods for the Evaluation of Regional Economic Development Policy.
8708 SANDOR PETER. 1987. Towards a Model of the Enterprise under Environmental Constraints in Present-Day Socialism.
8707 ADAM Z. ROSE and C. Y. CHEN. 1987. Sources of Change in Energy Use in the U.S. Economy, 1972- 1982: A Structural Decomposition Analysis.
8706 ADAM Z. ROSE, STEPHEN SENINGER, and GREGG DAVIS. 1987. Minority Employment in the Energy Sectors of the U.S. Economy: Projections for the 1990s.
8705 MICHAEL HANNAN and ADAM ROSE. 1987. The Policy-Cost Index Approach to Modeling Change in Input-Output Coefficients: An Application to Acid Rain Policy.
8704 FRANK J. CALZONETTI. 1987. The Effect of Electricity Prices on Industrial Location.
8703 ANDREW M. ISSERMAN and DAVID J. SORENSON. 1987. County Employment: A Description of Federal Data Sources and the Construction of a Multi-Source Database.
8702 ROBERT T. WALKER and FRANK J. CALZONETTI. 1987. Searching for New Manufacturing Plant Locations: A Study of Location Decisions in Central Appalachia.
8701 MARY BETH PUDUP. 1987. Reinventing Regions: Toward a New Regional Geography of Appalachia.
8628 DAVID J. WEBBER and ADAM Z. ROSE. 1986. Interregional Equity and American Federalism: A Conceptual Analysis with Applications to Acid Rain Abatement.
8627 ADAM Z. ROSE. 1986. Input-Output Analysis of Income Distribution.
8626 ADAM ROSE and WILLIAM H. MIERNYK. 1986. Input-Output Analysis: The First Fifty Years.
8625 ROBERT T. WALKER and FRANK J. CALZONETTI. 1986. Manufacturing Search Activity: The Case of an Economically Stagnant Region.
8624 ADAM Z. ROSE and PAUL M. BEAUMONT. 1986. Interrelational Income Distribution Multipliers for the U.S. Economy.
8623 SANDOR PETER. 1986. Planning and Market Incentives in Hungarian Regional Environmental Management.
8622 BRIAN J. CUSHING. 1986. Are Migration Patterns of Black and White Persons Becoming more Similar?
8621 MICHAEL J. HANNAN and TIMOTHY ALLISON. 1986. A Log-Linear Analysis of Fuel Consumption by Manufacturing Industries.
8620 JOHN PICKLES. 1986. Human Science and the Confusion over Method: Searching for Practical Understanding.
8619 MING-JENG HWANG. 1986. A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Elasticity of Demand for Crude Oil – an Exhaustible Energy.
8618 LEE DE COLA. 1986. A Taxonomic Review of Urban Size Distribution Models.
8617 C. Y. CHEN and ADAM Z. ROSE. 1986. The Joint Stability of Input-Output Production and Allocation Coefficients.
8616 ROBERT Q. HANHAM. 1986. Generating Varying Parameter Models by the Spline Expansion Method.
8615 ROBERT T. WALKER and MICHAEL J. HANNAN. 1986. Immigration Settlement Patterns as a Geographic Process.
8614 LEE DE COLA. 1986. A Causal Model of World Development and Urbanization.
8613 ROBERT T. WALKER and MICHAEL J. HANNAN. 1986. A Spatial and Demographic Analysis of Immigrant Occupational Disparity.
8612 MICHAEL J. HANNAN, GREG SAYRE, and ROBERT T. WALKER. 1986. Responses to Flood Disaster: A Guide for State and Local Officials.
8611 ROBERT T. WALKER. 1985. Land Use Transition and Deforestation in Developing Countries.
8610 ANDREW M. ISSERMAN and JOHN D. MERRIFIELD. 1985. Quasi-Experimental Control Group Methods for Regional Analysis: An Application to an Energy Boomtown and Growth Pole Theory.
8609 ADAM Z. ROSE, BRANDT STEVENS, and GREGG DAVIS. 1985. A Social Accounting Matrix Approach to Evaluating the Gains and Losses from Alternative Uses of Public Lands.
8608 FRANK J. CALZONETTI, PATRICK C. MANN, TOM WITT, MUHAMMAD CHOUDHRY, and TOM TORRIES. 1985.Interstate Electricity Sales: Development Opportunity for Coal Mining Regions.
8607 PAUL M. BEAUMONT. 1985. A Production Function Approach to Estimating Capacity Utilization.
8606 ROBERT Q HANHAM. 1985. Parameter Variation in Regional Unemployment Models.
8605 ROBERT T. WALKER. 1985. Behavioral Models of Deforestation.
8604 GREGORY A. ELMES and TREVOR HARRIS. 1985. Progress Towards Information System Extensions to the Quadratic Assignment Land-Use Model.
8603 MING-JENG HWANG and PATRICK C. MANN. 1985. A Theoretical Generalization of Deregulation in the Rail Industry.
8602 DAVID FOOT and WILLIAM J. MILNE. 1985. Modeling In- and Out-Migration in the Canadian Provinces: A Multiregional Approach Incorporating Public Policy.
8601 LEE DE COLA. 1985. Lognormal Estimates of Macro-Regional City Size Distributions, 1950-70.