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Universities and hospitals as agents of economic stability and growth in small cities: A comparative analysis
(The Industrial Geographer, 2014)
Institutions of higher education and health care (‘Eds and Meds’) have become increasingly recognized as stable centers of employment and important contributors to urban economic development. Existing research into the ...
Exploring location patterns of gasoline stations on Virginia’s Eastern Shore: Field logistics and lessons learned
(Material Culture Review, 2014)
Gasoline station morphology on Virginia’s Eastern Shore
(Southeastern Geographer, 2013)
Gasoline stations are a ubiquitous component of the modern built environment. Gasoline stations are largely included within people’s daily spatial routines given the nature of modern transportation, particularly in mobile ...
Marginalization of sunset firms in regime coalitions: A social network analysis
(Regional Studies, 2010)
Marginalization of sunset firms in regime coalitions: a social network analysis, Regional Studies. Business leaders and organizations are central to the formation and maintenance of urban regimes. Business communities are ...
Geographers mobilize: A network-diffusion analysis of the campaign to free Ghazi-Walid Falah
In summer 2006, Professor Ghazi-Walid Falah, a political geographer and editor-in-chief of the journal Arab World Geographer, was arrested by Israeli police after taking photographs of rural landscapes in Northern Galilee. ...
Regime network restructuring in Akron, Ohio, 1975-2009: A longitudinal social network analysis
(Growth and Change, 2012)
The purpose of this paper is to explore the impacts of extra-local economic and political forces on the business community participants of the governing regime coalition in Akron, Ohio, and in turn, how other regime partners ...