Terance J. Rephann, Ph.D.

Terry Rephann is an economist with experience in regional economic analysis, educational assessment, and modelling and simulation. He has published in The Journal of the American Planning Association, Journal of Regional Science, Environment and Planning, Regional Science and Urban Economics, Urban Studies, Economics of Education Review, Tourism Economics, Papers in Regional Science, Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, Review of Regional Studies, International Regional Science Review, and Growth and Change.

Rephann earned his B.A. in mathematics and economics from Frostburg State University and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from West Virginia University. He is currently employed by Allegany College of Maryland as Director of Institutional Research and part-time lecturer in economics, statistics, and geography and serves as a city councilman for Cumberland, MD. He is a frequent speaker and writer on subjects related to economic development policy and research methods and has presented at conferences sponsored by the North American, European, and Southern Regional Science Associations. A copy of his curriculum vitae is available in html and pdf formats.