Mark Henry

Professor Emeritus


Mark HenryEmail: mhenry@clemson.edu
Office: (864) 656 5774

Department:
Applied Economics and Statistics

Location:
254 Barre Hall


Education:
Ph.D. Economics, Kansas State University, 1973
B.A., Economics, Baker University, 1968
No degree, University of Arizona, 1965

Responsibilities:
Co-coordinator, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory

Research interest:
Spatial Economics, Economic Impact Analysis, Rural Development

Publications:
Henry, M.S., Barkley, D.L., D. Eades, L. Danila and M. Harper. 2009. The Economic Impacts of The Nuclear Cluster in The Carolinas. UCED Research Report 9-2009-01. University Center For Economic Development, Dept. of Applied Economics and Statistics, Clemson University.
Barkley, D.L. and M.S. Henry. 2009. “Targeting Industry Clusters for Regional Development: The REDRL Approach.” Chapter 10, Targeting Regional Economic Development, eds. S.J. Goetz, S.C. Deller, and T. R. Harris. New York: Routledge Studies in Global Competition.
Henry, M.S., D.L. Barkley and D. Eades. 2008. Economic and Fiscal Impacts of the Cliffs Communities on the Upstate Region of the Carolinas. UCED Research Report 06-2008-02, EDA University Center for Economic Development, Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Schmitt, B., M.S. Henry, V. Piguet and M. Hilal. 2006. “Urban Growth Effects on Rural Population, Export and Service Employment: Evidence from Eastern France.” Annals of Regional Science 40(4): 779-801.
Henry, Mark S., David L. Barkley and Haizhen Li. 2004. “Education and Nonmetropolitan Income Growth in the South. The Review of Regional Studies. 34(3): 223-244.
Bao, Shuming, Mark Henry and David Barkley. 2004. “Identifying Urban-Rural Linkages: Tests for Spatial Effects in the Carlino-Mills Model.” Chapter 15, Pages 321-334. Advances in Spatial Econometrics: Methodology, Tools and Applications. Edited by L. Anselin, R.J.G.M. Florax and S.J. Rey. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Henry, Mark S., Mark Drabenstott, and Kristin Mitchell. 2003. “Meat Processing in Rural America: Economic Powerhouse or Problem?” Chapter 6 Pages 55-68. Communities of Work : Rural Restructuring in Local and Global Contexts. Edited by William W. Falk. Michael D. Schulman, and Ann R. Tickamyer. Athens: Ohio University Press.
Henry, M. S., B. Schmitt and V. Piguet. 2001. "Spatial Econometric Models for Simultaneous Systems: Application to Rural Community Growth in France." International Regional Science Review. 24(2): 171-193.
Y. Kim, D. Barkley and M. Henry. 2000. "Industry Characteristics Linked to Establishment Concentrations in Nonmetropolitan Areas." Journal of Regional Science 40(2): 231-259.
Schmitt, B. and M. Henry. 2000. "Size and Growth of Employment Centers in French Labor Market Areas: Consequences for Rural Population and Employment." Regional Science and Urban Economics. 30(1): 1-21(January).
Drabenstott, Mark, Mark Henry, and Kristin Mitchell. 1999. “Where Have All the Packing Plants Gone? The New Meat Geography in Rural America.” Economic Review. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. 84(3): 65-82.

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