William B. Beyers
Born: March 24, 1940 in
Family: Wife, Margaret L. Beyers
West Seattle High School, Seattle,
University of Washington, B.A., 1962, Ph.D., 1967
Special graduate student participant, NSF Summer Institute on Computer Mapping, Northwestern University, August, 1963
Special graduate student participant, NSF Summer Institute in Regional Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1964
Geography of the
University of Washington, Department of Geography:
Departmental Cartographer 1962-63;
Teaching Assistant 1963-64;
Research Assistant on Washington input-output study 1964-65
Teaching Assistant 1965-66;
Graduate School Fellow 1966-67;
Assistant Professor 1967-74;
Associate Professor 1974-81;
Professor Emeritus 2010-Present
Department Chair, 1991-1995, 2005-2008
Cornell University, l971, Visiting Assistant Professor, Center for Urban Development Research
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Geographisches Institut, Eidgen?ssische Technische Hochscule Z?rich),
1987-1988, Guest Professor
Hong Kong Baptist University, University Fellow, 1999
"Some Comments on Plant Location and the Theory of Production," (with Morgan D. Thomas) Abstract in Annals, Association of American Geographers, 55(4): pp. 651-652, Dec. 1965.
An Economic Impact Study of Mt. Rainier and Olympic National Parks,
prepared for the National Park Service, Seattle:
An Economic Impact Study of the North Cascades National Park and Ross
Lake and Lake Chelan National Recreation Areas, prepared for the National
Park Service, Seattle:
Input-Output Tables for the
"Priorities in Outdoor Recreation: Research in the North Pacific Slope Region." Pp. 160-62 in Resources, Recreation and Research, Western Geographical Series, Vol. 3, University of Victoria, Dept. of Geography, 1970.
"Impacts of Tourist Consumption Functions," The Annals of Regional Science, 5:111-116, June 1971.
"On Stability of Regional Interindustry Models: The
"Wheat in the Washington Economy: An Input-Output Study," (with Leroy Blakeslee, Eldon Weeks, Philip J. Bourque, Warren R. Seyfried), Bulletin No. 775, Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, College of Agriculture, Washington State University, Pullman, Apr. 1973.
"Multiple Products, Residuals and Location Theory," (with Gunter
Krumme), pp. 77-104 in The Industrial Firm and Location Decisions, Ian
"On Geographical Properties of
H. W. Richardson, Input-Output Economics, in Professional Geographer 26(3):335, Aug. 1974 (review).
"Managing the Land Resource of the Central Puget Sound Region: A
Preliminary Definition and Assessment of Current Growth Share Policy," Discussion
Paper Series No. 74-1,
"Empirical Identification of Key Sectors: Some Further Evidence," Environment and Planning A, 1976, Vol. 8, pp. 231-36.
The 1972 Input-Output Study, Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Washington, June 1977 (in collaboration with Philip J. Bourque, Richard S. Conway, Jr., and other faculty).
"Social Science Perspectives on the Management of Puget Sound," in The Use, Study and Management of Puget Sound, Proceedings of a Symposium, published by Washington Sea Grant, WSG-WO-77-1, pp. 61-67.
"On the Structure and Development of Multiregional Economic Systems," Papers, Regional Science Association, Vol. 40, pp. 109-133.
"Contemporary Trends in the Regional Economic Development of the
"Economics of Marine Recreation in
"Patterns of Population Distribution, A Residential Preference Model and Its Dynamic," by David J. Morgan, in the Geographical Review, Vol. 69, No. 4, Oct. 1979, p. 472 (review).
"Migration and the Development of Multiregional Economic Systems," Economic Geography 56(4), Oct. 1980, pp. 320-334.
"Shifting Housing Patterns in
"Atlas of Social and Economic Regions of Europe," by Dr. Deiter Haring and Dr. Walter Menges, eds., in The Annals of Regional Science, 15(1), March 1981, pp. 108-109 (review).
"Spatial Analysis, Industry and the Industrial Environment, Progress in Research and Applications, Vol. I, Industrial Systems," F. E. Ian Hamilton and G.J.R. Linge, eds., The Professional Geographer, 33(3), August 1981, pp. 378-79 (review).
"The Italian Model and Its Significance for Regional Planning in Market-Oriented Economies," by Allan Rogers, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 71, p. 131 (March 1981) (Review)
"Alternative Spatial Linkage Structures in Multiregional Economic
Systems," in Industrial Location and Regional Systems, Spatial
Organization in the Economic Sector, John Rees, G.J.D. Hewings, and H.A.
Stafford, Editors. J.F.
"The Anatomy of Job Loss. The How, Why and Where of Employment Decline," by Doreen Massey and Richard Meegan. Economic Geography Vol. 59, pp. 330-332. (Review)
"Industrial Location, An Economic Geographic Analysis," 2nd Edition, by David M. Smith. Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 7, pp. 296-97 (Review).
"The Interregional Structure of the
"Regional Conflict and National Policy," by Kent A Price, The Professional Geographer, Vol. 36: 129 (February 1984) (Review)
The Service Economy: Export of Services in the Central Puget SoundRegion
(with Michael J. Alvine and Erik G. Johnsen), Central Puget Sound Economic
"The Service Sector, A Growing Force in the Regional Export Base," with Michael J. Alvine and Erik G. Johnsen) Economic Development Commentary, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 3-7.
"Export Services in Postindustrial Society," with Michael J. Alvine Papers, Regional Science Association, Vol. 57 pp. 33-45
"Changing Economy of the American West," in Soviet-American
Horizon on the Pacific, (J.J. Stephan and V.P. Chichkanov, Ed.),
The Service Economy: Understanding Growth of Producer Services in the Central Puget Sound Region, (with J.M. Tofflemire, H. Stranahan, & E. Johnsen), Seattle: Central Puget Sound Economic Development District. lv & 227 pp.
"Producer Services, Economic Development, and Job Creation: The Case of
"Politics and Method," by Doreen Massey and Richard Meegan, Editors, Professional Geographer 39:506-507. Nov. 1987 (Review).
"Education and Economic Development: the Producer Services," Economic Development Commentary 11: No. 4 (Winter 1987), pp. 14-17. (with Erik Johnsen and Harriet Stranahan)
"Lands of Brighter Destiny: The Public Lands of the American West," by Elizabeth Darby Junkin. Northwest Environmental Journal, July 1987. (Review).
"Growth of Producer Services in the Pacific Northwest: Implications for the Retail and Distribution Services," The Channel of Communications, Center for Retail and Distribution Management, Graduate School of Business Administration, Univ. of Wn., Summer 1988, pp.3-7.
"International Perspectives on Producer Services, The View from the
"Technology, Regions, and Policy" John Rees, Editor. Totowa, New Jersy: Rowman & Littlefield, 1986. Economic Geography Vol. 64, pp. 84-86 (January 1988) (Review).
"Advanced Industrial Development: Restructuring, Relocation, and
Renewal." Donald A. Hicks.
"Speed, Information Exchange, and Spatial Structure," in Information
Society & Spatial Structure (H. Ernste & C. Jaeger, Ed.)
"Industrial Geography," in Geography in
"Structural Change in Interregional Input-Output Models: Form and Regional Economic Development Implications," in Frontiers of Input-Output Analysis, A.Rose, K. Polenske, & R. Miller, Ed. Oxford, Oxford University Press. pp. 180-192.
"Service Economies in Europe, Opportunities for Growth," by Wolfgang Ochel and Manfred Wegner, Annals of Regional Science, (Review) Vol. 24, #1, pp.76-77.
"The contemporary role of producer services in the economic development of advanced economies: United States Evidence." in Networks and Regional Development, S. Illeris and L. Jakobsen, Ed. Copenhagen, University Press, 1990. pp. 212-235.
"Employment Trends in the American Economy: the current role of the Producer Services," LMI Review, October 1989, pp. 9-16.
"Technological Change in the Producer Services and its Policy
Implications," in Role and Perspectives on Science and Technology Policy
of The Government, Universities, and Industry. Proceedings of the
Korea-U.S. Seminar on Science and Technology Policy, November 1989. Center for
Science and Technology Policy/Kist,
"Producer Services Development and the Role of Telecommunications: A
Case Study in Rural
"Trends in the Producer Services in the
Revitalizing the Timber Dependent Regions of
"Locating Branch Campuses for the University of
"Geography of the Information Economy," by Mark Hepworth. Research & Exploration, Vol. 7, No. 3 (Summer 1991), pp.376-77. (Review)
"Trends in Service Employment in Pacific Northwest Counties: 1974-1986," Growth and Change, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Fall 1991), pp. 27-50.
"Regional Structural Change: Experience and Prospects in Two Mature Economies," edited by L. Gibson & R. Stimson, Economic Geography, Vol. 67, No.3, pp. 274-266. (Review).
"Producer Services and Metropolitan Growth and Development," in
Sources of Metropolitan Growth, Edited by Edwin S. Mills & John
"Producer Services," Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 573-583.
"Producer Services," Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 17, No 2, pp. 221-231.
"Deindustrialization and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of the United States," and "Industrial Change and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of Western Europe," by L. Rodwin & H. Sazanami, Ed., Book Review Essay, pp. 589-600, Growth and Change, Vol. 24, No. 4, Fall 1993.
Regional Development and Contemporary Industrial Response: Extending Flexible Specialization. Edited by H. Ernste & V. Meier, Review, Economic Geography, Vol. 70, pp. 81-84. (January 1994).
"Deindustrialization and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of the United States," and "Industrial Change and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of Western Europe." by L. Rodwin & H. Sazanami, Ed. Book Review Essay, Growth and Change, Vol. 24, No. 4, Fall 1993, pp. 589-600.
"Manufacturing and Industries," Atlas of the
"Spatial Econometrics of Services," by A.S. Bailly, W.J. Coffey, J.H.P. Paelinck, and M. Pol?se. Review, Urban Studies (need to track down volume & page #)
"Explaining the demand for producer services: is cost-driven externalization the major force," (joint with David P. Lindahl) Papers in Regional Science, Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 351-374.
"Croissance et localisation des services aux entreprises aux ?tats-Unis," (The growth and location of business services in the American economy) (joint with David P. Lindahl) L’Espace Geographique, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 315-322.
"Lone Eagles and High Fliers in the rural Producer Services," (joint with David P. Lindahl) Rural Development Perspectives, Vol. 11, pp. 2-10.
"Trends in Producer Services Growth in the Rural Heartland," in Economic Forces Shaping the Rural Heartland, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, April 1996.
"Strategic Behavior and Development Sequences in Producer Service Businesses," Environment and Planning A (with David P. Lindahl) Vol. 29: 887-912.
"Using Economic Base Models to Explain New Trends in Rural Income," Growth and Change, Vol. 29, No.3 (summer), pp. 295-318. (with Peter B. Nelson).
"The Creation of Competitive Advantage by Producer Service Eastablishments", (with David P. Lindahl) Economic Geography, Vol 75, pp. 1-20.
"Workplace Flexibilities in the Producer Services," The Service
Industries Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1 (January), pp. 35-61.
"Employment Growth in the Rural West From 1985 to 1995 Outpaced the Nation," Rural Development Perspectives, Vol. 14, No. 2 (August), pp. 38-43.
"The Service Economy," in
"There's gold in them there producer services," Policy Options, Vol. 20, No. 9 (November), pp. 36-39.
"Service Industries and Employment Growth in the Nonmetro South: A Geographical Perspective," (with Peter B. Nelson) Southern Rural Sociology, Vol. 15, pp. 139-169. A longer version also published as Contractor Paper 00-15 by the TVA Rural Studies Program.
"Cyberspace or Human Space: Wither Cities in the Age of
Telecommunications?" in Cities in the Telecommunications Age: The
Fracturing of Geographies (J.O. Wheeler, Yuko Aoyama, and Barney Warf,
"Contemporary Development Forces in the Nonmetropolitan West: New Insights from Rapidly Growing Communities," (with Peter B. Nelson) Journal of Rural Studies. Vol. 16: 459-474.
"Commentary: Assessing Demand for
"Changes in the structure of the Washington State Economy, 1963-1987: An investigation of the patterns of inputs and the mix of outputs," in Input-Output Analysis: Frontiers and Extensions, edited by Erik Dietzenbacher & Michael Lahr. Macmillan Press Ltd. pp. 100-120.
"Geography of the Service Economy," in the International Encyclopaedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 20, pp. 13930-35.
"Reconceptualizing 'Industrial Geography:' On My Service Industries Trajectory" The Service Industries Journal, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 192-194.
Business Services in European Industry: Growth, Employment and
Competitiveness by Luis Rubalcaba-Bermejo (Review),
"Services and the New Economy, Elements of a Research Agenda," The Journal of Economic Geography. Vol. 2, pp. 1-29.
"Culture, Services, and Regional Development," The Service Industries Journal, Vol. 22, No. 1 (January), pp.4-34.
Gateways to the Global Economy. Edited by ?ke Anderson and
David E. Anderson. Cheltenham
Wings of Power: Boeing and the Politics of Growth in the Northwest.
By T.M. Sell. Seattle,
Contributions to Economic Analysis, Volume 249, Regional Science
Perspectives in Economic Analysis. A Festschrift in Memory of Benjamin H.
Stevens. Edited by Michael L. Lahr and Ronald E. Miller. Elsevier,
"On the Geography of the New Economy: Perspectives from the
"Manufacturing and Services," 9th edition, Atlas of the Pacific
Northwest. J. Kimmerling & P. Jackson Editors.
"Implications of IT advances and E-commerce on Transportation in Producer Services," Growth and Change, Vol. 34, pp. 433-455.
"Service industries and development trajectories in the Seattle metropolitan region," in Service Industries and Asia-Pacific Cities, Edited by Peter W. Daniels, K.C. Ho, and Thomas A. Hutton London, Routledge, pp. 265-282.
"Services and the Changing Economic Base of Regions in the
2005 Study on Land Use and Local Government Finance. (With Local Government Finance and Research
Division of the Washington State Department of Revenue under the direction of
the Washington State Office of Financial Management and Anne Bonds & Derik
“Input-output models,” Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Edited by Barney Warf. Sage Publications, Thouasand Oaks CA. pp. 259-260.
“Producer services,” Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Edited by Barney Warf. Sage Publications, Thouasand Oaks CA. pp. 382-383.
“Approaching research methods in economic geography,” Edited by Sharhistha Bagchi-Sen and Helen Lawton Smith. Economic Geography: Past, Present and Future. Routledge, London, pp. 186-196.
“Services and regional development in the
“Cultural and Recreational Industries in Rural
Economic Impact Assessment of
“Cultural and Recreational Industries in the
Economic Geography, A Contemporary Introduction by N.M. Coe, P.F.
Kelly and H.Y.C. Yeung, (
“Determinants of Change in Service Employment in the United States, 1998-2005. Findings Based On A New Classification of Industries,” The Service Industries Journal, Vol. 30, No. 4 (April); pp. 531-47.
“Identifying Clusters in the
“Producer Services,” in (Barney Warf Ed.), Encyclopedia of Geography Sage Publications:
“Regional Growth in the
Knowledge Intensive Business Services: Geography and Innovation, by D. Doloreaux, M. Freel, and R. Shearmur (Eds). (Review) Economic Development Quarterly, Vol 25 (3), pp. 293-294.
“The Service Industry Research Imperative,” The Service Industries Journal, Vol. 32, No. 3 (March), pp. 657-682.
The 2007 Washington Input-Output Model (with Ta-Win Lin & Marc Balwin). Washington State Office of Financial Management. http://ofm.wa.gov/economy/io/2007/default.asp
“Economic Structure, Technological Change and Location Theory: the evolution of models explaining the link between cities and flows,” (with Christopher S. Fowler). In Cities, Regions and Flows. Edited by Peter V. Hall and Markus Hesse. Pp. 23-41 New York: Routledge
“Outsourcing Tendencies in the Producer Services in the
“Not beyond output-input!! Evidence on services productivity change from input-output models,” Service Industries Journal.
“Service Employment and
Unemployment in the Great Recession: Trends in OECD Countries,” in Advances
in Spatial Sciences – Service Industries and Regions, edited by Professor
Juan Ramon Cuarado-Roura of the
“The Great Recession and State Unemployment Trends,” forthcoming in Economic Development Quarterly.
Under Review and In Process
Structural Change in the
Computer Center Advisory Committee,1969-71
Urban and Regional Science Research Group, 1970-81
Urban Transportation Project Steering Committee, 1970-71
(Ad Hoc) Committee on Environmental Affairs, 1972
Search Committee, Dept. of Geography Chairmanship, 1972-73
(Ad Hoc) Committee on Environmental Affairs, 1972
Search Committee, Northwest Quarter Director (Sea Grant Program), 1972-73
Organized Dept. Colloquium, Dept. of Geography, 1973-74; 1976-78; 1981-82
Chairman, (Ad Hoc) Committee on Land-Use, Institute for Environmental Studies, 1973
Graduate School Research Fund Committee, 1974-81
Coastal Zone Management Planning Committee, Sea Grant Program, 1974-76
Graduate Program Advisor, Dept. of Geography, Feb. 1976-1983.
Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, Dept. of Geography, 1975-1983
Participant, RIBCO faculty review panel, 1975, funded by RIBCO and METRO
Member, Landscape Architecture Graduate Program Review Committee (for the Graduate School), 1976
Member, Search Committee for Chairman, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, 1978-79
Member, Social Science Council, College of Arts and Sciences, 1979-81
Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, 1982-1992
Member, Search Committee, Dept. of Sociology Chairmanship, 1982-83
Member, Academic Practices Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 1982-83
Member, College of Arts & Sciences General Education
Member, Graduate School Research Fund Committee 1984-1991
Member, University Public Exercises Committee 1984-present
Member, Advisory Board, Center for Retail and Distribution
Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Geography, 1985-1988.
Member, Ocean Resources Advisory Panel, Washington Sea Grant
Member, Review Committee for Dean of the Graduate School of Business Administration, 1987-88.
Member, Search Committee for Dean of the Graduate School of Business, 1988-89.
Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Geography, 1989-1991; 1996-1998
Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1991-to somewhere around 2000
Chair, Dept. of Geography, 1990-1995, 2005-2008
Member, Graduate School Groups on Growth Mangement (1991-1995) and Ph.D. Program in Urban Design & Planning (1992-present)
Chair, Search Committee for Chairman of the Economics Dept. 1994-1995
Member, Program Review Committee,
Member, President’s Task Force on Public Service and Outreach, 1996-1997
Member, Provost’s Task Force on Accountability, 1996-1997
Member of the Board, Program on Environment 1997-
Member, Graduate School Ad Hoc Committee on Graduate Student Compensation and workloads, 1998-1999
Member, Search Committee for Chair of the Economics Dept., 2001.
Member, Steering Committee, Ph.D. Program Urban Design and Planning, 2000- 2008
Member, Committee on Environmental Management Certificate Program, Program on Environment, 2000-
Member, Review Committee, Department of Political Science Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, 2005.
Research Grants and Contracts
National Park Service, 1968-70, National Park Economic Study, a study of visitors to Mt. Rainier, Olympic, and the North Cascades National Parks, and the impact of their expenditures on regional economies, $35,000.
Office of Program Planning and Fiscal Management, State of Washington, 1970, for the 1967 Washington Interindustry Study (with Philip J. Bourque, Eldon Weeks, and Warren Seyfried), project funded jointly with the U.S. Economic Development Administration, Washington State Wheat Commission, and the U.S. Bureau of Mines. Estimated total cost: $50,000.
Dept. of Commerce and Economic Development, State of Washington, 1973-75,
for the 1972
Sea Grant Program, U.S. Dept. of Commerce and State of Washington, for studies of shoreline land use development processes; impacts of Trident development on Kitsap County and Washington economy. With Professor Lewis J. Bledsoe, Center for Quantitative Science in Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife.
Sea Grant Program, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, State of
National Science Foundation, 1978-80, for research on spatial linkages and regional structural change, $89,128. Additional support for continued survey work, 1981-82, $25,000.
Economic Development Administration, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, for research on
the export of service activity from the
State of Washington Department of Revenue, Office of Fiscal Management, Council for Vocational Education, and Department of Employment Security, for continued research on growth and development of the services. $20,000 matched by $20,000 local funds; Central Puget Sound Economic Development District, 1985-1986.
Economic Development Administration, for research on the development of the producer services in the American economy, 1974-1985. $91,500. funded in 1988-1990.
John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, for research on a team of U.W., Swedish, and Soviet Scholars on "Responding to Changes in the Timber Economy: An Interdisciplinary, International Approach." $56,183 (Paul Sommers, NPC, P.I.) 1991.
National Science Foundation, Producer Services Development Processes, $225,000 for a major survey of producer service businesses and development of a monograph reporting results. 1992-1995. Plus $5,000 increment for Research Experience for Undergraduates.
U.S.D.A. Economic Research Service. $45,455 for additional rural interviews complementing the NSF Producer Services Development Processes grant. 1993-1995
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research, "Securitization and Institutionalization in Commercial Real Estate Finance: Changing the Geography of Capital." $10,000 (for David P. Lindahl) 1995-1997
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research, "Flexible Specialization and Specialty Wood Products Clusters in the rural Northwest." $9,429 (for Harold M. Fossum) 1995-1998
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research, "A multithreaded approach to processes of change and development: social restructuring, consumption, and the construction of place and meaning." $9,985 (for Debra R. Ohman) 1997-1998
National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research, "The emergence of 'multiple rurals': an examination of economic and cultural dimensions of rural restructuring" $9,965 (for Peter B. Nelson) 1998-1999
National Science Foundation, SGER Program. "Household impacts of the Nisqually Earthquake," $74,511. (with Stephanie Chang). 2001
Economic Development Administration. "Project Impact, Estimating
Business Impacts of Transportation System Disruption," $75,000
Office of Financial Management, State of
Department of Trade, Community, and Economic Development, State of
(most are collaborative efforts)
1972 "Preliminary Demand Forecast for the North
Cascades Recreational Area," Northwest American Inc.,
1974 Recreation and Tourism in the Pacific Northwest, Mathematical
Sciences Northwest, Inc.,
1974 Feasibility Study of Offshore Terminal Systems for Petroleum
1975 An Economic and Social Impact Study of Oil Related Activities in the
1975 Loads and Resources Forecast (for City Light Dept.),
Mathematical Sciences Northwest, Inc.,
1976 A Social and Economic Impact Study of Off-Shore Petroleum and Natural Gas Development in Alaska, 2 volumes, Mathematical Sciences Northwest, Inc., et al. See Chapter V, Vol. I, Chapter II of Vol. II.
1978 "Estimates of the Economic Impact of the Salmon Resource in the Case Region Upon the Washington Economy," typescript for U.S. Department of Justice, United States v. Washington, No. 9213, USDC WD Washington, Phase II.
1979 Kingdome Impact Study, by Virginia Johnson, Public Affairs
1979 Forests in the Development of the Pacific Northwest, Forest
1980 Nonstructural Approaches to the Management of the Snohomish River Basin Flood Hazard (with C. Calhoon, T. Hand, M. Palmer, T. Robinson, B. Singbeil, R. L. Morrill), Oct. 1980.
1985 Preliminary Socioeconomic Analysis: Second half of the
1985 Report of the Major League Baseball Commission, to Governor Booth
Gardner, King County Executive Randy Revelle, and Seattle Mayor Charles Royer.
Exhibit VIII-A, An Economic Impact Study of the
1985 The Economic Impact of the
1986 State of the Sound, 1986 Report, Puget Sound Water Quality Authority, co-author (with Carol Tobin) of the human uses section.
1987 "The Natural Environment of Washington State," for Washington State Historical Society, story-line for State Centennial Celebration. 20 pp.
1988 Rural Office Development in
1988 A Survey of Employers Regarding Higher Education, June 1988.
prepared for the Office of the Provost,
1991 The Economic Characteristics of the North Seattle Industrial Area
(with Dick Conway & Associates), prepared for the North Seattle Industrial
Association and the City of
1991 Seattle Mariners Baseball Club Economic Impact (with Dick Donway & Associates), prepared for the Washington State Department of Community Development. 11 pp. + 3 pp. appendix.
1993 An Economic Impact Study of Arts and Cultural Organizations in King County (with GMA Research Corporation), prepared for the Corporate Council for the Arts. 89 pp.
1995 Federal Reserve Bank of
1997 The Economic Impact of Technology-based Industries in
1997 The Economic Impact of a
1998 The WaferTech Impact Study (with Len McComb), for the WaferTech Corporation
1998 The Economic Impact of the Leonardo Lives exhibit, for
1998 Economic Impact of Technology-based Industries in
1999 The Economic Impact of Arts and Cultural Organizations in King and
2000 Impressionism Economic Impact Study, for the
2000 Fiscal Impacts of The Cascades Conservation Partnership Land
Acquisition Proposals on Kittitas County,
A report prepared for The Cascades Conservation Partnership. 27 pp. (pro-bono work).
2001 The Economic Impact of Technology-Based Industries in Washington
State 2000 (for The Technology
2001 Creative Necessity: An Economic Impact Study of Arts and
Cultural Organizations in
2001 Port to Port Transportation Corridor Earthquake Vulnerability.
For Project Impact, a Partnership between King and
2002 Economic Impacts of the New
2002 An Economic Impact Study of the
2002 Evaluation of
2003 Economic Impact Of The 2003
2003 Economic Impacts of An Expanded
2003 Economic Impact of the
2004 Economic Impacts of the 2004
2004 An Economic Impact Study of Arts and Cultural Organizations Eastside King County 2003 (with GMA Research Corporation). Prepared for ArtsFund. 69 pp.
2004 An Economic Impact Study of Arts and Cultural Organizations in
2004 An Economic Impact Study of Arts and Cultural Organizations in
2005 The Economic Impact of Technology-Based Industries in
2005 Economic Impact of the Van Gogh to Mondrian Exhibition.
Prepared for the
2005/2006 Economic Impacts of An
2006 The Economic
Benefits of Historic Preservation in
2006 Key Arena Economic Impact
Assessment (With GMA Research
Corporation). Prepared for the
2006 Comments on “The
Returns on Education Investments”
project of Governor Gregoire
2006 Drivers for a
Successful Technology-Based Economy:
2006 Regional Employment and Economic Impact Study, with Lloyd O’Carroll and Paul Sorensen. Prepared for the Bonneville Power Administration through the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. 22 pp.
Economic Impacts of I-933 related to Real
Property and Land Use in
the Dead Sea Scrolls Economic Impact Study, Prepared for the
Impact of Cultural, Scientific, Zoo, and Botanic Organizations in the
Impact of the Husky Athletic Program on the
Cluster Analysis for
Impact of Technology Based Industries in
Impact of the
Impacts of Picasso: Masterpieces from the
Arts and Cultural Ecology. (with Ann
Markusen, Anne Gadwa, Elisa Barbour, Maria Rosario Jackson, Amy Kitchener,
Cultural and Californians (with Ann
Markusen, Anne Gadwa and Elisa Barbour).
2012 The Economic Impact of Technology Based Industries in Washington State. Prepared for the Technology Alliance. Iv. & 58 pp.
2012 Economic Impact of the Seattle Art Museum Gauguin and Polynesia Exhibition. Prepared for the Seattle Art Museum. Ii. & 20 pp.
(Not included with this copy)