ERIC Number: ED231592
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Nov
Reference Count: 0
Proceedings of a Workshop on Community Impact Analysis (Lexington, Kentucky, May 24-26, 1982).
Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State, MS.; Kentucky Univ., Lexington.
The Southern Rural Development Center in cooperation with the University of Kentucky sponsored a workshop which brought together extension and research personnel interested in rural economic development concerns (i.e., inadequate water supplies, sewer systems, and schools). The proceedings include "Community Growth Management: The Land-Grant University Perspective," C. Oran Little; "Community Growth Strategies for the 80s," William W. Linder, Gerry H. Williams; "Economic-Demographic Impact Assessment Models: Characteristics and Considerations in Adaptation and Development," Steven H. Murdock, et al; "An Interactive Approach for Community Development Decisionmaking," David L. Debertin; "The Economic Impact Assessment Model (EIAM), A County Level Economic Impact Assessment Model," R. C. Winter; "A Pen and Pad Procedure for Estimating Community Economic Impacts," John Gordon; "Policy Simulation with the South Carolina Impact Model," Mark S. Henry; "The Texas Assessment Modeling System (TAMS): A Methodology for Projecting Socio-economic Impacts of Lignite Development in Rural Texas," Lonnie L. Jones, Steven H. Murdock; "A User-Oriented Computerized Fiscal Impact Model," Lonnie L. Jones, Mike D. Woods; "A Community Level Simulation Model for Rural Development Planners," Gerald A. Doeksen, et al; "Results for Community Impact Model Case Study," Mike D. Woods, Gerald A. Doeksen; and "Community Impact Model: Workshop Example," Mike D. Woods, Gerald A. Doeksen." (AH)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Guides - Non-Classroom; Dissertations/Theses - Doctoral Dissertations
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State, MS.; Kentucky Univ., Lexington.
Identifiers: Florida; Impact; Kentucky; Mississippi; South Carolina; Texas