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Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry and Rebekka M. Dudensing, Targeting Growth Opportunities for Florence County , 2006, REDRL Research Report 08-2006-01, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University , Clemson , SC , July 2006. Executive Summary.

Barkley, David L., and Mark S. Henry. Targeting Industry Clusters for Regional Economic Development: An Overview of the REDRL Approach REDRL Research Report 01-2005-03, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, 2005.

Barkley, David L., Mark S. Henry, and Mellie L. Warner. Targeting Growth Opportunities for Lancaster County, 2002. REDRL Research Report 10-2002-04, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University, Clemson, SC , October 2002.

Barkley, David L., and Mark S. Henry. Advantages and Disadvantages of Targeting Industry Clusters,  REDRL Research Report 09-2001-01, Regional Economic Development Research Laboratory, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, September 2001.

Wright, Sherri, Mark S. Henry, and David L. Barkley. Targeting Food, Fiber and Forestry Industries for Development of Rural South Carolina, Research Report 98-2, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson University, July 1998.

Barkley, David L. and Mark S. Henry, and Sherri  Wright.  Industrial Targeting for Economic Development, Anderson County , 1998.”  Extension Economics Report 170, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson University , March 1998.  

Lamie, R. David, David L. Barkley, Mark S. Henry, and John H. Syme.  Targeting Secondary Wood Products Manufacturing:  Identifying High Impact, High Potential Sectors.”  Research Report 97-1, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson University , January 1997.  

David L. Barkley and Mark S. Henry.  Commercial Sector Development in the Santee-Lynches Region:  An Overview of Procedures and Data Requirements for Identifying High Potential Sectors.”  Research Report 97-2, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Clemson University , 1997.