Terance (Terry) J. Rephann

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Refereed Articles

Rephann, Terance. 2007. Community college growth opportunities: Untapped potential in America's heartland? (forthcoming in Growth and Change:A Journal of Urban and Regional Policy).

Stair, Anthony, Terance Rephann, and Matt Heberling. 2006. Demand for public education: Evidence from a rural school district. Economics of Education Review 25, 5: 521-531.

Rephann, Terance, Kalle Mäkilä, and Einar Holm. 2005. Microsimulation for local impact analysis: An application to plant shutdown. Journal of Regional Science 45, 1: 183-222.

Rephann, Terance and Einar Holm. 2004. Economic-demographic effects of immigration: Results from a dynamic, spatial microsimulation model. International Regional Science Review 27:4 379-410 [Microsoft Powerpoint presentation].

Rephann, Terance. 2002. The importance of geographical attributes in the decision to attend college. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences. 36, 4: 291-307 [Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation of earlier paper draft].

Rephann, Terance and Coomaren Vencatasawmy. 2000. Determinants of the spatial mobility of immigrants in Sweden. Review of Regional Studies. 10: 2, 189-213 [Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation of earlier paper draft].

Rephann, Terance. 2000. The economic and social impacts of LULUs. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 18,4: 393-407 [Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation].

Rephann, Terance. 1999. Links between rural development and crime. Papers in Regional Science. 78: 365-386 [ Click here for Microsoft Powerpoint presentation].

Aleseyed, Mostafa, Terance Rephann and Andrew Isserman. 1998. The local economic effects of large dam reservoirs: U.S. experience, 1975-1995. Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies. 10,2: 91-108 [Microsoft Powerpoint presentation].

Rephann, Terance, Margaret Dalton, Anthony Stair, and Andrew Isserman. 1997. Casino gambling as an economic development strategy. Tourism Economics 3,2: 161-183 [ Microsoft Powerpoint presentation].

Rephann, Terance and Philip Shapira. 1996. New technology adoption in West Virginia: Implications for manufacturing modernization policies. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy. 14: 431-450.

Isserman, Andrew and Terance Rephann. 1995. The economic effects of the Appalachian Regional Commission: An empirical assessment of 27 years of regional planning experience. Journal of the American Planning Association. 61: 345-364 [Review of paper].

Rephann, Terance and Andrew Isserman. 1994. New highways as economic development tools: An evaluation using quasi-experimental matching methods. Regional Science and Urban Economics 24,6: 723-751 [Tables for paper].

Isserman, Andrew and Terance Rephann. 1993. Geographical and gender differences in labor force participation: Is there an Appalachian effect? Growth and Change: A Journal of Urban and Regional Policy 25, 4: 539-578.

Rephann, Terance. 1993. Highway investment and regional economic development: Decision methods and empirical foundations. Urban Studies 30,2: 437-450.

Book Chapters

Isserman, Andrew and Terance Rephann. The economic effects of the Appalachian Regional Commission. In David A. Plane, Lawrence D. Mann, Kenneth Button and Peter Nijkamp, editors, Classics in Planning: Regional Planning. Surrey, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. Forthcoming.

Book Reviews

Janet R. Pack, ed. Sunbelt/Frostbelt: Public Policies and Market Forces in Metropolitan Development. (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2005) Journal of Regional Science (August 2006), 46, 3: 580-583.

William R. Black and Peter Nijkamp, ed. Social change and sustainable transport. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002), in Journal of Regional Science (February 2004), 44, 1: 194-196.

Isard, Walter, Iwan Aziz, Matthew Drennen, Ronald Miller, Sidney Saltzman and Erik Thorbecke. Methods of interregional and regional analysis (Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 1998) in Journal of Regional Science, (February 2000), 40,1: 177-181.

Yoshitsugu Hayashi and John Roy, ed., Transport, land-use and the environment (Boston: Kluwer Academic, 1996) in Journal of Regional Science, (August 1997), 37,3: 533-536.

Graham P. Clarke, ed., Microsimulation for urban and regional policy analysis (London: Pion) in Journal of Regional Science, (November 1997), 37,4: 721-723.

Conference Proceedings

Rephann, Terance and Marianne Öhman. 1999. Att bygga en mikrosimuleringsmodell för brottsligheten i Sverige: Problem och tillämpningar (Building a microsimulation model for crime in Sweden: Issues and applications). Paper presented at the Seminar on Economic Crime sponsored by Brottsförebyggande Rådet (Crime Prevention Council) in Stockholm, Sweden, on February 22, 1999 and published in Forskning om ekonomisk brottslighet: En översikt (Research on economic crime: An overview) BRÅ Rapport 1999:7, pp. 127-133.

Newsletters

Survey reveals needs, capabilities of state manufacturers. Tech Link 3:1 (1994) (published by the West Virginia University Extension Service).

Will corridor H help our economy? Cacapon 4:4 (1992) (published by Pine Cabin Run Ecological Laboratory).

Working Papers

Rephann, Terance. 2007. Rental housing and crime: The role of property ownership and management.

Rephann, Terance. 2007. Community colleges and local economic development: A quasi experimental control group analysis. (under review).

Rephann, Terance. 1999. An exploratory analysis of the effect of personal and regional variables on mortality in Sweden. Kiruna, Sweden: Spatial Modelling Centre.

Rephann, Terance. 1993. Highways and regional economic development: What can we learn from regional economics theory and models? Morgantown, WV: Regional Research Institute. Working paper #9322.

Rephann, Terance and Andrew Isserman. 1993. Highways and rural economic development: Evidence from quasi-experimental studies. Morgantown, WV: Regional Research Institute. Working paper #9312.

Terance Rephann. 1990. Highways and Regional Economic Development: Review of the Theory and Models. Morgantown, WV: Regional Research Institute. Working paper #9028

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Company Research Reports

Rephann, Terance. 2006. Allegany County Judy Center Evaluation, July 2005-June 2006. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2005. Cumberland YMCA Adolescent Family Life Project Evaluation, 2004-2005. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2005. Allegany County Judy Center Evaluation, July 2004-June 2005. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2004. Cumberland YMCA Adolescent Family Life Project Evaluation, 2003-2004. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2004. PEP Grant Evaluation. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2004. Allegany County Judy Center Evaluation, July 2003-June 2004. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2003. Cumberland YMCA Adolescent Family Life Project Evaluation, 2002-2003. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2003. Allegany County Judy Center Evaluation, July 2002-June 2003. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2002. Goals 2000: Meeting the reading challenge evaluation. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Rephann, Terance. 2002. Allegany County Judy Center Evaluation: January 2001-June 2002. Cumberland, MD: eQuotient, Inc.

Other Funded Research Reports

Rephann, Terance. 1999. The mortality module in SVERIGE: Documentation v.1.0; The fertility module in SVERIGE: Documentation v. 1.0; The education module in SVERIGE: Documentation v. 1.0; The land value module in SVERIGE: Documentation v. 1.0, Kiruna, Sweden: Spatial Modelling Centre.

Dalton, Peggy and Terry Rephann. 1997. The Appalachian Regional Commission in Western Maryland: Benchmarking the impacts. Report prepared for the Tri-county Council of Western Maryland. Frostburg, MD: Frostburg State University, Center for Regional Progress.

Dalton, Margaret, Anthony Stair, and Terance Rephann. 1995. Economic analysis of gaming in Allegany County (Md.). Report to the Allegany County Blue Ribbon Task Force on Gaming and the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce. Frostburg, MD: Frostburg State University, Center for Regional Progress.

Rephann, Terance and Philip Shapira. 1994. University-based technology assistance initiatives in West Virginia. Report to the West Virginia University Industrial Extension Service. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, Regional Research Institute.

Rephann, Terance and Philip Shapira. 1993. Survey of technology use in West Virginia manufacturing. Report to the West Virginia University Industrial Extension Service. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, Regional Research Institute. Working paper #9401.

Isserman, Andrew, Oleg Smirnov, Terance Rephann, and David Sorenson. 1992. West Virginia population projections by county, age, and sex, 1990-2020. Morgantown, WV: West Virginia University, Regional Research Institute.

Abstracted Research Reports

Rephann, Terance. 1997. Bedford County Agribusiness Educational Needs Assessment. Cumberland, MD: Allegany College, Office of Institutional Research and Planning. [Abstract in issue of Resources in Education, ERIC, Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education]

Rephann, Terance. 1996. Somerset County (Pa.) employer needs assessment. Cumberland, MD: Allegany College, Office of Institutional Research and Planning. (Abstract in the August, 1996 issue of Resources in Education, ERIC, Clearninghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education)

Rephann, Terance. 1995. Physical Therapy Needs Assessment. Cumberland, MD: Allegany College, Office of Institutional Research and Planning. [Abstract in the March, 1997 issue of Resources in Education, ERIC, Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education]

Rephann, Terance. 1995. Bedford County (Pa.) employer needs assessment. Cumberland, MD: Allegany College, Office of Institutional Research and Planning. (Abstract in the March, 1996 issue of Resources in Education, ERIC, Clearninghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education) [Click here for Microsoft Powerpoint presentation]

Teaching Experience:

Introduction to sociology, Cultural geography , Beginning algebra, Intermediate algebra, Elements of statistics,
Principles of macroeconomics and microeconomics
Economics of labor, Regional economics

Instructional Technologies:

Distance learning, multimedia, computer-aided-instruction, Internet

Second Languages:

Russian (Intermediate), Swedish (Elementary), German (Elementary), Spanish (Elementary)