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An Examination of the Relationship Between Local Tax Incentives and Diversification of the Local Economic Base
Economics
March 24, 2021
Using newly available annual data on incentives at the metropolitan statistical area (MSA) level, this article explores the relationship between incentives and economic diversity between 2005 and 2015. 
Conceptual Foundations and Empirical Advances of Economic Resilience with Extensions to Complexity, Entropy and Spatial Dynamics
Economics
March 03, 2021
This study, published in Handbook on Entropy, Complexity & Spatial Dynamics, presents, further clarifies, and extends the foundations of economic resilience, with an eye to concerns of measurement.
An Experimental Investigation of Resilience Decision Making in Repeated Disasters.
Economics
June 07, 2021
This study, published in Environment Systems & Decisions, examining resilience decision making in the more realistic context of repeated catastrophic events. 
Same product, different price: Experimental evidence on the transaction cost expenditures of selling to governments and firms
Economics
August 22, 2022
This study, published in the Public Administration Review, examines whether governments pay more than firms when contracting.
The Long-Term Effect of the Earned Income Tax Credit on Women’s Physical and Mental Health
Economics
March 22, 2022
This research, published by Health Economics, estimates the long-term effects of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) eligibility on women's physical and mental health at age 50. 
Development Starts With Historical Endowments: Industrial Policy and Leadership Are Catalysts
Economics
June 23, 2021
In this article, published in Economic Development Quarterly, Professor Ned Hill discusses how economic endowments and industrial policy played roles in both regions’ economic outcomes
Transforming Ohio’s Economy: Questions for the Next Governor of Ohio
Economics
March 01, 2022
A new report from Glenn College researchers informs gubernatorial candidates and Ohio voters about policy choices that lie ahead.  
Legacy Regions, Not Legacy Cities: Growth and Decline in City-Centered Regional Economies
Economics
December 01, 2021
In this study, published in the Journal of Urban Affairs, Professor Ned Hill discusses legacy cities and how policy can better suit these economies.
Philanthropic Capital for Communities
Economics
May 02, 2022
This report explores the grantmaking activity of an extensive sample of community foundations and local United Way affiliates, with a particular focus on the support they provide to organizations involved in community and economic development.
Peak-Load Pricing with Quality-Differentiated Demand
Economics
January 21, 2022
This study, published in The American Economist, focuses on peak-load pricing and highway tolls.
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