Dr. Mark S. Henry

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Mark S. Henry


Professor, Applied Economics & Statistics

Co-Director, EDA University Center

Co-Director, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory


254 Barre Hall
Phone: 864.656.5774
Fax: 864.656.5776

e-mail: mhenry@clemson.edu

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Complete Curriculum Vitae:

Education:

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


Research Interests:

Regional Economics, Economic Impact Analysis, Income Distribution

Recent Courses Taught:

1978-2007:
Seminar,Area Economic Development, Applied Economics, AE 906
Community and Regional Economics, AE 832
Statistics Applied to Economics, Exper. Statistics EXST 462-662
Regional Impact Analysis AE 411-611
Principles of Agricultural Economics, AE 202


Honors and Awards:

Research Fellow. Rural Development Consortium, UC Berkeley, 2003-2006
Fellow, Southern Regional Science Association, 2004
DE Boyce Award for Distinguished Service to Regional Science, 2000
Board of Editors, Review of Regional Studies. 1992-present.
Board of Editors, Papers in Regional Science. 2001-present.
Board of Editors, Growth and Change, 2005-present.
President, Southern Regional Science Association, 1991.
Gamma Sigma Delta-Godley Outstanding Research Award - SCAES, 1987.

Selected Publications/Presentations:

Schmidt, 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

Barkley, David and Mark Henry. 2005. Innovative Metropolitan Areas in the South: How Competitive are South Carolina's Cities? A Conversation About the South Carolina Economy - Presentation to the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness, Greenville, SC, October 21.

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." Pp.321-334. Advances in Spatial Econometrics: Methodology, Tools and Applications. Edited by L. Anselin, etal. New York: Springer-Verlag.