David Barkley

Professor, Co-Director, UCED


Email: dbrkly@clemson.edu
Office: 864-656-5797

Department:
Applied Economics and Statistics

Location:
238 Barre Hall


Education:
Ph.D. Economics, Iowa State University, 1976
M.A. Economics, The University of Georgia, 1972
B.A. Mathematics, Furman University, 1969

Research interest:
Regional Economics, Rural Economic Development Policy, Economic Impact Analysis, Nonmetropolitan Financial Markets

Publications:
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry, and Santosh Nair. "Regional Innovation Systems: Implications for Nonmetropolitan Areas and Works in the South." Growth and Change, 2006, 37(2): 278-306.
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry and Doohee Lee. "Innovative Activity in Rural Areas: The Importance of Local and Regional Characteristics." Community Development Investment Review, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 2006, 2(3): 1-14.
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry, and Haizhen Li. "Does Human Capital Affect Rural Economic Growth? Evidence from the South." in The Role of Education in Promoting the Economic & Social Vitality of Rural America. Edited by L.J. Beaulieu and Robert Gribbs, Southern Rural Development Center, January 2005
Barkley, David L., Ferdinand DiFurio, and John Leatherman. "The Role of A Public Venture Capital Program in State Economic Development: The Case of Kansas Venture Capital, Inc." Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 2004, 34(2): 83-106.

Courses:
APEC 412/612 - Regional Economic Development Theory and Policy
APEC 906 - Seminar in Regional Economics