Economic and Fiscal Impact AnalysisBackman, R. Brookover, M. Henry, W. Norman and A. Dixon. “The Impact of the 2005 Heritage Golf Tournament." Dept. of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management and the Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory. Clemson University, Clemson, SC. 29634-0735. March, 2006.
Henry, Mark S. and David L. Barkley. “Research Expenditures at South Carolina’s Leading Research Universities: Contributions to State Economic Activity.”
Daniels, M., W. Norman and M. Henry. Estimating Income Effects of a Sports Tourism Event Annals of Tourism Research, 2004.
Henry, Mark S., David Barkley and Haizhen Li.“Fiscal Trends: Implications for the Rural South.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics, 2003, 55(2): 237-250.
Templeton, S.R., M.S. Henry, Bihui Jin and D. Zilberman. Economic Impacts of California's Golf Course Facilities in 2000.
Henry, Mark S. and William C.Norman.“Economic Impacts of a Multi-Purpose Soccer Complex in >Rock Hill South Carolina.” Clemson University Recreation, Travel and Tourism Institute, November 21, 2002.
Henry, Mark S., David L. Barkley and Michalann G. Evatt.The Contribution of the Coast to the South Carolina Economy REDRL Research Report 9-2002-01, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, September 2002.
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry and Mellie L. Warner. Estimating the Community-Level Impacts of Attracting New Businesses: The Implications of Local Labor Market Adjustments. REDRL Research Report 02-2002-01, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University >Clemson, SC February 2002.
Rathwell, P.J., M.G. Evatt, and M.S. Henry. Contributions of the Ornamental Horticulture and Turfgrass Industries to the South Carolina Economy, 1999. Extension Economics Report 194, Clemson University, April 2001.
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry and Mellie L. Warner. Contribution of the Greenville Hospital System to the Economies of Greenville County and the South Carolina Upstate, 2000, REDRL Research Report 04-2001-01, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, May 2001.
Barkley, D. and M. Henry. “Local Economic and Fiscal Impacts of a Planned Retirement Community: The Case of Savannah Lakes Village.” in Small Town and Rural Economic Development: A Case Studies Approach, editors, P. Schaeffer and S. Loveridge, pp. 69-80, Westport, CT Praeger, 2000.
Henry, M., M. Evatt and R. Dukes. “ The Food, Fiber and Forestry Industries of SC: The Contribution of Farming.” Research Report 99-1. Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson, University, July, 1999.
Henry, Mark S. and David L. Barkley. “Economic Impact of the Greenville Hospital System on the Economy of Greenville County .” Research Report 98-2, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson University, January 1998.
Henry, Mark S. “Input-Output Analysis for Rural Development Policy: An Overview and An Example of the Impacts of New Highways in Rural S.C.” in Foundations of Rural Development Policy. Dave Sears, Tom Rowley and Glenn Nelson, editors. >Greenwood Publishing, 1996, pp. 167-195.
Barkley, David L. and Mark S. Henry. “Economic and Fiscal Impact of >Savannah Lakes Village , South Carolina .” Cooperative Extension Service, University of Arkansas , Little Rock , Arkansas , November 1996.
Singletary, L., M. Henry, K. Brooks and J. London. “The Impact of Highway Investment on New Manufacturing Plants in South Carolina : A Small Region Spatial Analysis.” The Review of Regional Studies, 1995, 25(1): 37-56.
Rathwell , P. James, Mark S. Henry, David L. Barkley, and Michalann Evatt. Contribution of the Ornamental Horticulture and Turfgrass Industries to the State Economy: South Carolina , 1994. Extension Economics Report 160, Clemson University, December 1995.
Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry, and Michalann Evatt . “Contribution of the Golf Course Industry to the State Economy: South Carolina , 1994.” Extension Economics Report 159, Clemson University , October 1995.