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Schedule


  • Friday, November 4, 2011

  • 8:30
  • Registration and Check-in
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  • Continental breakfast

  • 9:00
  • Opening remarks
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  • Edward Feser, University of Illinois & Manchester School of Business
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  • Robert Graves, Dean, College of Fine and Applied Arts
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  • Robert Hauser, Dean, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
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  • Rob Olshansky, Acting Head, Department of Urban and Regional Planning
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  • Paul Ellinger, Head, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Economics

  • 9:30
  • Presentations
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  • David Boyce, A Memoir for Andrew
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  • Shelby Gerking, Andy Isserman and the Early Years of the International Regional Science Review
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  • Art Getis, Reflections on Andrew Isserman's Contributions to Economic Base Theory

  • 10:45
  • Break

  • 11:00
  • Presentations
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  • Noah Isserman and Ann Markusen, Shaping the Future through Narrative with Evidence
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  • David Plane, The Hoover Index of Population Concentration and the Demographic Components of
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  • Change: A Paper in Memory of Andy Isserman

  • 12:30
  • Luncheon and Keynote Address
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  • Luc Anselin, Andy Isserman's Regional Science

  • 2:00
  • Presentations
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  • Stephan Weiler and Sarah Low, Measurement and Storytelling in Regional Science: An
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  • Intergenerational Perspective on Lessons Learned from Andrew Isserman
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  • Tschangho John Kim, Science in Urban and Regional Planning

  • 3:15
  • Break

  • 3:30
  • Presentations
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  • John Parr, Perspectives on Regional Policy
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  • Dowell Myers, Hope and Fear in Forecasts to Aid Democratic Decision Making

  • 5:00
  • Remarks from the Isserman family

  • 5:15
  • Reception in Bresee Lounge



  • Saturday, November 5, 2011

  • 9:00
  • Continental breakfast

  • 9:15
  • Panel discussion
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  • Storytelling & Film in Teaching

  • 10:00
  • Break

  • 10:15
  • Presentations
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  • Peter Batey, Integrated Forecasting of Population and Employment: An Historical Perspective
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  • Roger Bolton, Habermas and Economists: Two Approaches to Social Capital
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  • Richard Klosterman, New Perspectives on Planning Methods
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  • Peter Schaeffer, Beyond the Urban-Rural Divide

  • 12:00
  • Concluding remarks
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  • Geoff Hewings, Professor, Departments of Geography, Economics, and Urban and Regional Planning

  • 12:30
  • Closing luncheon







Hosted by
  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