Glasmeier, Amy (K.)

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GLASMEIER, Amy (K.). American, b. 1955. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Economics. Career: Pennsylvania State University, University Park, assistant professor of community studies, 1985-86, associate professor, 1992-95, professor of geography and regional planning, 1995-, senior research associate at Institute for Policy Research and Evaluation, 1992-95, senior scientist, 1995-, director of Center for Trade, Technology, and Economic Growth, 1997-, director of Center for Regional Research and Industrial Studies, 1999-; University of Texas at Austin, assistant professor, 1986-90, associate professor of community and regional planning, 1990-91. University of Michigan, special lecturer, 1990; Aspen Institute, visiting scholar in rural economic policy program, 1991-92; Appalachian Regional Commission, John D. Whisman Appalachian regional scholar, 1996-98; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, visiting professor, 1998-99; University of Oslo, visiting professor, 2000; guest speaker at colleges and universities. Publications: Regional Planning and Economic Development: A Bibliography, 1983; (with A.R. Markusen and P. Hall) High-Tech America: The What, How, Where, and Why of the Sunrise Industries, 1986; (with G. Borchard) The Role of Services and Rural Economic Growth: A Bibliography, 1990; The High-Tech Potential: Economic Development in Rural America, 1991; (with M. Howland) From Combines to Computers: Rural Services and Development in the Age of Information Technology, 1995; (with A. Kays, J.W. Thompson, and R. Gurwitt) Branch Plants and Rural Development in the Age of Globalization, 1995; Global and Local Challenges to Theory, Practice, and Teaching in Economic Geography, 1998; (with L. Wood) On Hold: Telecommunications in Rural America, 2000; Manufacturing Time: Global Competition in the Watch Industry, 1795-2000, 2000. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals. Address: Department of Geography, 308 Walker Bldg., Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]