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Volume 45, Number 2 (Table of Contents and Frontmatter)

MCRSA Presidential Symposium – 45th Annual Conference (2014):

Uncovering Hidden Industry Linkages in Northeast Florida’s Regional Economy:
The Case for Export Expansion in Florida’s Fourth Largest MSA.
 
JRAP 45(2): 108-125.
Fiorentina Angjellari-Dajci, Richard Cebula, Robert Boylan, and Rody Borg

Industry Concentration and Regional Housing Market Performance.  
JRAP 45(2): 126-140.
James R. Barth, Justin D. Benefield, and Harris Hollans

Local Government Border Congruence and the Fiscal Commons:
Evidence from Ohio School Districts.
 
JRAP 45(2): 141-151.
Joshua C. Hall

A Duration Analysis of Foreclosures to Sheriff Sales in Light of the Financial Crisis.  
JRAP 45(2): 152-162.
Russell Kashian, Richard Cebula, and Jeremy Peterson

Loan Characteristics, Borrower Traits, and Home Mortgage Foreclosures:
The Case of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
 
JRAP 45(2): 163-172.
David J. Sorenson

2014 M. Jarvin Emerson Student Paper Competition Winner:

The Effect of Eminent Domain on Private and Mixed Development on Property Values.  
JRAP 45(2): 173-187.
Peiyong Yu

Special Article on the JRAP:

Publishing in The Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy and an Evaluation
(via Citation Counts) of JRAP’s Influence on Scholarship in Regional Science.
 
JRAP 45(2): 188-205.
Garey C. Durden and Patricia E. Gaynor


 


 

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