We invite you to browse and explore the Web Book of Regional Science. These
materials, which are used worldwide by teachers and professionals alike, cover
a wide range of regional science topics. You may find them useful as references,
or as texts and supplemental information in the classroom.
We have included another classic to our Web Book of Regional Science. The 1975 West Virginia Input-Output Study has been added to the list.
Also, through the cooperation of Sage Scientific Geography Series Editor Grant Ian
Thrall and the Series authors, now included in our Web Book titles is the entire
Scientific Geography Series.
We hope you find these once hard to find materials useful as references and in the classroom. Many remain among the very best and most useful references on their respective topics.
And for those of you who haven’t heard, we also now include William H. Miernyk’s classic, The Elements of Input-Output .
If you find these and our other titles important and valuable to your own instruction and research activities, we’d love to hear from you! Let us know how you use the Web Book of Regional Science, which books you use most, and any other comments you might offer, including other out-of print classics you’d like to see on the site.
Classics in Regional Science
- An Introduction to Regional Economics, Edgar M. Hoover and Frank Giarratani
- The 1975 West Virginia Input-Output Study: Modeling A Regional Economy, Anthony L. Loviscek, Randy E. Holliday, Lucinda A. Robinson, and Melissa S. Wolford
- The Elements of Input-Output Analysis, William H. Miernyk
- Optimal Location of Facilities, Gerard Rushton
- Scientific Geography Series, Vol. 1 through 10
Methods or Empirically Oriented Contributions
- Analysis of Land Use Change: Theoretical and Modeling Approaches, Helen Briassoulis
- Computable General Equilibrium Modeling for Regional Analysis, Eliécer E. Vargas, Dean F. Schreiner, Gelson Tembo, and David W. Marcouiller
Industrial and Regional Clusters: Concepts and Comparative Applications, Edward
M. Bergman and Edward J. Feser
- An Introduction to State and Local Public Finance, Thomas A. Garrett and John C. Leatherman
- Keystone Sector Identification: A Graph Theory-SocialNetwork Analysis Approach, Maureen Kilkenny and Laura Nalbarte
- Regions in Changing Economic Environment, Gennadi Kazakevitch and Sharn Enzinger
- Regional Impact Models, (revised 4/2010), William Schaffer
- Input-Output Analysis: A Primer, Randall W. Jackson
- Measuring Amenities and Disamenities in the Housing Market: Applications of the Hedonic Method, Joshua Hall, Kerianne Lawson, and Jacob Shia
Policy or Practice Oriented Contributions
- Community Preparedness for Site Development, William Grunkemeyer, Myra Moss, and Jerold R. Thomas
- The Geography of the New Economy, R.D. Norton
- Key Concepts in Sustainable Development, William Grunkemeyer and Myra Moss
- Regional Governance, Institutions and Development, Michael Danson and Geoff Whittam
- Site Planning and Design, Steven B. McBride
- Poverty, Inequality and Social Justice in Nonmetropolitan America, Don Albrecht
- Regional Development: Challenges, Methods, and Models, Randall W. Jackson, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings, Serge Rey, and Nancy Lozano-Gracia