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Speakers

Luc Anselin, Arizona State University
  Keynote Address: Andy Isserman's Regional Science

Peter Batey, University of Liverpool (U.K)
 Integrated Forecasting of Population and Employment: An Historical Perspective

Roger Bolton, Williams College
 Habermas and Economists: Two Approaches to Social Capital

David Boyce, Northwestern University
  A Memoir for Andrew Isserman

Edward Feser, Manchester School of Business (U.K.),
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  Isserman's Impact: The Use of Quasi-Experimental Research Designs in Regional
  Science


Shelby Gerking, University of Central Florida, Tillburg University (The Netherlands)
  Andy Isserman and the Early Years of the International Regional Science Review

Art Getis, San Diego State University
  Reflections on Andrew Isserman's Contributions to Economic Base Theory

Geoff Hewings, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
 Closing Remarks

Tschangho John Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
  Science in Urban and Regional Planning

Sarah Low, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Stephan Weiler, Colorado State University
  Measurement and story-telling in regional science: An intergenerational perspective on
  lessons learned from Andrew Isserman


Noah Isserman, University of Cambridge (U.K)
Ann Markusen, University of Minnesota
 Shaping the Future through Narrative with Evidence

Richard Klosterman, University of Akron
  New Perspectives on Planning Methods

Dowell Myers, University of Southern California
  Hope and Fear in Forecasts to Aid Democratic Decision Making

John Parr, International Regional Science Review
 Perspectives on Regional Policy

David Plane, The University of Arizona
  The Hoover Index of Population Concentration and the Demographic Components of
  Change: A Paper in Memory of Andy Isserman


Peter Schaeffer, West Virginia University
  Beyond the Urban-Rural Divide



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  Department of Urban and Regional Planning • The family of Andy Isserman


Sponsored by
  Department of Urban and Regional Planning • Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics
  Institute of Government and Public Affairs • Department of Economics