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Edward W. Hill
Edward W. Hill
John Glenn College of Public Affairs, Ohio State University
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A methodology for identifying the drivers of industrial clusters: The foundation of regional competitive advantage
EW Hill, JF Brennan
Economic development quarterly 14 (1), 65-96, 2000
4992000
Exploring regional economic resilience
E Hill, H Wial, H Wolman
Working paper, 2008
3862008
Economic shocks and regional economic resilience
E Hill, TS Clair, H Wial, H Wolman, P Atkins, P Blumenthal, S Ficenec, ...
Urban and regional policy and its effects: Building resilient regions, 193-274, 2012
2322012
Can suburbs survive without their central cities? Examining the suburban dependence hypothesis
EW Hill, HL Wolman, CC Ford III
Urban Affairs Review 31 (2), 147-174, 1995
1461995
What is a central city in the United States? Applying a statistical technique for developing taxonomies
EW Hill, JF Brennan, HL Wolman
Urban Studies 35 (11), 1935-1969, 1998
1221998
Evaluating the success of urban success stories
HL Wolman, C Cook Ford, E Hill
Urban Studies 31 (6), 835-850, 1994
1221994
UNDERSTANDING THE ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE OF METROPOLITAN AREAS IN THE UNITED STATES
P Blumenthal, EWN Hill, H Wolman
762008
Economic wellbeing and where we live: accounting for geographical cost-of-living differences in the US
LB Curran, H Wolman, EW Hill, K Furdell
Urban Studies 43 (13), 2443-2466, 2006
542006
Where are the jobs?: cities, suburbs, and the competition for employment
J Brennan, EW Hill
Brookings Institution, Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, 1999
541999
Exploring regional resilience
EW Hill, H Wial, H Wolman
Berkeley: University of California, 2008
532008
Financing economic development: An institutional response
RD Bingham, EW Hill, SB White
501990
Did central cities come back? Which ones, how far, and why?
K Furdell, H Wolman, EW Hill
Journal of Urban Affairs 27 (3), 283-305, 2005
482005
Forces affecting city population growth or decline: The effects of interregional and inter-municipal competition
EW Hill, HL Wolman, K Kowalczyk, T St Clair
Rebuilding America’s legacy cities: New directions for the industrial …, 2012
432012
America's central cities and the location of work: Can cities compete with their suburbs?
EW Hill, J Brennan
Journal of the American Planning Association 71 (4), 411-432, 2005
412005
The metropolis in black and white: Place, power and polarization
GC Galster
Routledge, 2017
402017
Evaluating the success of urban success stories: Is reputation a guide to best practice?
H Wolman, EW Hill, K Furdell
Housing Policy Debate 15 (4), 965-997, 2004
392004
Accounting for the change in income disparities between US central cities and their suburbs from 1980 to 1990
EW Hill, HL Wolman
Urban Studies 34 (1), 43-60, 1997
361997
The impact of the reputation of bio-life science and engineering doctoral programs on regional economic development
EW Hill, I Lendel
Economic Development Quarterly 21 (3), 223-243, 2007
342007
Where are the jobs
J Brennan, EW Hill
Cities, Suburbs, and the Competition for, 1999
331999
City-suburban income disparities and metropolitan area employment: Can tightening labor markets reduce the gaps?
EW Hill, HL Wolman
Urban Affairs Review 32 (4), 558-582, 1997
331997
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