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U.S. Commuting Networks and Economic Growth: Measurement and Implications for Spatial Policy
Labor market areas (LMAs) have long been a staple of regional and urban analysis. As commuting patterns have expanded over time, these areas have become larger and more complex, and the dichotomousExpand
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The economic resilience of U.S. counties during the great recession
A regional economy perturbed by a shock may move onto a new growth path by reestablishing economic linkages both internally and with other regions. This dynamic property of regions has recently beenExpand
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Predicting US county economic resilience from industry input-output accounts
ABSTRACT Resilience is defined as a system’s ability to initially resist and then recover from a shock. Here we apply this concept to examine the performance of U.S. counties during the GreatExpand
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Supply chain complexity and risk mitigation – A hybrid optimization–simulation model
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This research builds a hybrid optimization-simulation model representing the new Canadian wheat supply chain, with the goal of identifying cost efficient varietal testing strategies. Expand
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County-Level Determinants of Mental Health, 2002–2008
Poor mental health is a concern in the US and world-wide. In this study we examine the effects of socioeconomic and environmental variables on the number of days of poor mental health reported acrossExpand
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Where do entrepreneurs get information? An analysis of twitter-following patterns
The question of where entrepreneurs obtain information that inspires them to innovate has largely remained unexplored. In order to identify specific actors and organizations that entrepreneursExpand
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Estimating Employment‐Related Migration from Overlapping Migration and Commuting Networks
A U.S. county workplace-to-workplace or latent migration data set is generated from overlapping migration and commuting networks. The latent migration network is the estimated number of moversExpand
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Measuring network rewiring over time
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We use the cosine similarity to capture not just the change in degrees of a node but its relationship to other nodes. Expand
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The effect of mental health on U.S. County economic growth
Poor mental health creates significant economic costs, in addition to human suffering, and is a growing world-wide concern, especially with an aging population. To estimate the cost of this diseaseExpand
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Overlapping labour market areas based on link communities
Many urban areas around the world have expanded from monocentric to polycentric regions forming larger hierarchical structures. These regions represent functional regions or labour market areasExpand
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