Dr. R. David Lamie

R. David Lamie

Associate Professor
Clemson Institute for Economic &
Community Development

900 Clemson Road
Columbia, SC 29229
email: dlamie@clemson.edu

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Complete Curriculum Vitae


Ph.D. Applied Economics, Clemson University, 1996
M.S. Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, 1989
B.S. Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, 1987, With Distinction

Research Interests

Community Economics, Impact Assessment, Community Informatics

Recent Courses Taught

Co-Instructor APEC 352, Public Finance, Fall, 2006

Honors and Awards

Clemson University Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Graduate Student Organization President (2 terms)
Clemson Grad. Student Association, Depart Representative
Purdue University Choir, Student Manager

Selected Publications

Lamie, R. David, “Information Technology and Community Economic Development Resources”, June 2004 edited compact disc, Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs, Resource Compilation Number One

Walzer, Norman, John Gruidl, David Lamie, and Dan Ciubancan. Fall 2003. Potential for Industrial Clusters in the Illinois Delta Region. Chicago: Economic Development Administration

Lamie, Dave “Survey Guides Board Decisions”, Vanguard, Summer 2003, Community Development Society, vol 35, issue 2

Lamie, Dave and Anna Kovalyova. “Rural Development Euro Style”, Choices, Vol. 17 (2) Spring 2002, American Agricultural Economics Association, Ames, Iowa

Beddow, Jason, Eluned Jones, David Lamie, Karen Mundy, David Chalmers, The Economics of Turfgrass on the Commonwealth of Virginia, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 01-2

Lamie, R. David and Edward Van Eenoo. “How Use Value Taxation Affects Real Property Tax Rates and Liabilities in Virginia, Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, pp.53-63, Summer 2001.