BA, Skidmore College, Economics 1996
PhD, North Carolina State University, Economics, 2004
Curriculum Vitae Updated January 2012
Rural Economic Development, Regional and Urban Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Rural Economic Development Newsletter March 2009
Buying a Home 101. Alison Davis. October 2008
Rural Economic Development Newsletter. April 2008
Economic Development for Eastern Kentucky. Alison Davis. March, 2007
The Importance of Agriculture for Fayette County, Kentucky. Alison Davis. October, 2006.
Davis, Alison (Reum) and Thomas R. Harris (2006), "Exploring Firm Location Beyond Simple Growth Models: A Double Hurdle Application." Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 36(1): 45-67.
Hu, Wuyang and Alison Davis (October 2007) "Desert Recreation Management: Value of Perceived Freedom." Forthcoming Applied Economics Letters
Davis, Alison and Klaus Moeltner (July 2009), "Valuing the Prevention of an Infestation: The Threat of the New Zealand Mud Snail in Northern Nevada." Forthcoming in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review
Lucia Ona, and Alison Davis (October 2008). "Economic Impact of the Critical Access Hospital Program on Kentucky's Communities," Forthcoming in the Journal of Rural Health
Davis, Alison and Thomas R. Harris, The Use of Double Hurdles Models: An Application to Nevada" in Targeting Regional Economic Development, editors Stephan Goetz, Steven Deller and Thomas Harris, March 2009.
Goetz, Stephan, Steve Deller, Thomas Harris, and Alison Davis. "What Have We Learned?" in Targeting Regional Economic Development, editors Stephan Goetz, Steven Deller and Thomas Harris, March 2009.
Publications under review:
Hu, Wuyang and Alison Davis, "An Ex Post Analysis as a Follow-Up to Stated Preferences for Managment Strategies in Nevada's Black Rock Desert." Revise and Resubmit to Annals of Leisure Research.
Davis, Alison, Betsy Fadali, and Thomas R. Harris, "The Entrepreneur Push vs. Pull Theory: It All Depends on Location," Submitted to Annals of Regional Science
Davis, Alison, "Accessibility, Congestion, and Choice: Non-market Consequences of the urban/suburban infrastructure", Revise and Resubmit to Regional Science and Urban Economics, December 2007
Davis, Alison, "Heterogeneous Households' Responses to Congestion for Non-Work Trips," Submitted to Transportation Resarch: Part B