Mark D. Partridge, Dan S. Rickman, Kamar Ali, & M. Rose Olfert; Forthcoming In Land Economics
Land policy design and implementation require timely information on land use change within Ohio and comparisons of Ohio with other states in the region, and with US land use patterns.
J. Norman Efferson Series Lecture presented by Mark Partridge at Louisiana State University, February 3, 2010.
Heather Stephens and Mark Partridge
Presented by Amanda Weinstein for the Cincinnati Law Association at the Sharonville Convention Center near Cincinnati, OH on December 7, 2012.
Presented by Amanda Weinstein at the National Association Industrial Office Properties conference on fracking and industrial energy processes hosted by Graydon Head in Cincinnati, OH on October 24, 2012.
Presented by Mark Partridge at the Bucknell University/Southern Regional Science Association Shale Workshop at Bucknell University on July 31, 2012.
Mark Partridge, Dan Rickman, Rose Olfert, and Ying Tan
Presented by Mark Partridge at La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy on July 12, 2012.
Presented by Mark Partridge at the Midwest Governors Association in Columbus, OH on June 27, 2012.
Presented by Mark Partridge at the INRA Symposium in France, 19-21 June, 2012.
Keynote presentation by Mark Partridge at the International Workshop on Regional, Urban and Spatial Economics in China at Jinan University in Guangzhou, China on June 15-16, 2012.
The “resource curse” is the term coined for the seemingly counterintuitive occurrence of slow long-term economic growth in regions rich in natural resources. In this series from the C.
Plenary luncheon address by Mark Partridge at the Pacific Northwest Regional Economics Conference in Seattle, WA on May 18, 2012.
Presented by Amanda Weinstein at the Cincinnatti Leadership/Chamber of Commerce for a Sustainable Future: Shale Gas Panel in Cincinatti, OH on May 3, 2012.
Mark Partridge and Dan Rickman
The Ohio Shale Coalition, a partnership including energy interests and their suppliers, released its study suggesting that the direct, indirect, and induced employment effects of oil and gas extract ion from Ohio’s shale resources will result in approximately 66,000 jobs by 2014.
Mark Partridge, Mike Betz, And Linda Lobao