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Friday, April 10 • 3:40pm - 5:05pm
FR3.40.17 Economic indicators & measurements considerations

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Moderator: Margaret Cowell, Virgina Tech

Resilience and Mimetic Behavior: Economic Visions in the Great Recession
Margaret Cowell, Virgina Tech; Juliet Gainsborough, Bentley University; Kate Lowe, University of New Orleans

Product-based Long Waves and Regional Product Portfolios
Edward Hill, Cleveland State University; Kelly Kinahan, Cleveland State University; Fran Stewart, Cleveland State University

Is the World of Crowdfunding Flat?
Eric Joseph Van Holm, Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology

The Reverse Relationship between Economic Growth and Urban Transportation Investment in China
John Mikesell Mikesell, Indiana University; Janey Wang, San Francisco State University; Jerry Zhao, University of Minnesota; Yang He, Central University of Finance and Economics

Presenters
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Margaret Cowell

Assistant Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech
Margaret Cowell, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning at Virginia Tech. Her research focuses on economic development, urban economy, and public policy. Her research has been funded by the MacArthur Foundation and United States Economic Development Administration.
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Ned Hill

Cleveland State University
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Eric Joseph Van Holm

Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology
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Janey Wang

San Francisco State University

Moderators
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Margaret Cowell

Assistant Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech
Margaret Cowell, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning at Virginia Tech. Her research focuses on economic development, urban economy, and public policy. Her research has been funded by the MacArthur Foundation and United States Economic Development Administration.

Friday April 10, 2015 3:40pm - 5:05pm
Dupont (lobby level)