1980-1989

1980-1989

1980 

267.0 POPULATION REDISTRIBUTION AND PUBLIC POLICY.  Ed. with L. P. Silverman.  Washington, D.C.: National Research Council.

268.0 “Creating Future Geographies,” Presidential Address to Association of American Geographers, published in ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 70: 449-458.

269.0 “Urbanization and Counterurbanization in the United States,” ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 451: 13-20.

269.1 Reprinted and distributed by U.S. International Communication Agency, Washington, D.C., in English and in multi-lingual translation, in TRENDS, Sept., 1981, 68-71.

269.2 Reprinted in L. Cargan and J. Ballantine, eds., SOCIOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTS.  Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publ. Co., 1985.

270.0 “Forces Reshaping the Settlement System” in H. J. Bryce, ed., CITIES AND FIRMS.  Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co., 59-79.

270.1 Part reprinted as “A National Settlement System” in L. Rutter, ed., THE ESSENTIAL COMMUNITY.  LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE YEAR 2000.  Washington, D.C.: International City Management Association, 1981.

271.0 “The Urban Problem.”   In A. M. Woodruff, ed., THE FARM AND THE CITY.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 37-59.

272.0 “Conceptual Lags in Retail Development Policy or Can the Carter White House save the CBD?” REAL ESTATE ISSUES 5: 59-68.

272.1 Also Policy Note P79-3, Department of City Planning, Harvard University, 1979.

272.2 Also in G. Sternlieb and J. W. Hughes, eds., SHOPPING CENTERS: USA.  New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University, 1980, 29-40.

272.3 Reprinted in CRE NEWS AND PUBLICATIONS (Counselors of Real Estate, 2004).

273.0 “Metropolitan Planning Since World War II: Prologue to a Future History.”  Working paper.  Harvard University.

Reviews:

274.0 Philosophy in Geography  (S. Gale and G. Olsson) in THE CANADIAN GEOGRAPHER 24:      .

275.0 Locational Analysis in Human Geography, 2nd ed.  (P. Haggett, A. Cliff and A. Frey) in PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 4: 300-302.

276.0 Multidimensional Spatial Data and Decision Analysis (Peter Nijkamp) in ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 56:      . 

1981

277.0 COMPARATIVE URBANIZATION, DIVERGENT PATHS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Revised and enlarged second edition of THE HUMAN CONSEQUENCES OF URBANIZATION (1973).  Both British and North American editions: Macmillan and St. Martin’s Press.

278.0 “Third World Urbanization” in J. John Palen, ed., CITY SCENES.  Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 258-265.

279.0 “Recent Trends in Urbanization” in Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld, eds., CITIES IN TRANSITION.  PROBLEMS AND POLICIES.  Alphen an den Rijn, The Netherlands: Sijthoff and Noordhoff Publ.

280.0 “Applied Geography at the Public-Private Interface” in PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD CONFERENCE ON APPLIED GEOGRAPHY 4: 3-5.

281.0 “Challenges of the Numbers Game” in THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER.

282.0 “The Principles of Urban Policy.”  Working paper.  School of Urban and Public Affairs, Carnegie-Mellon University.

Reviews:

283.0 Economic Analysis of an Urban Housing Market (John McDonald) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A 13:      .

284.0 Urbanization and Rural Development (Dennis Rondinelli and Kenneth Ruddle) in JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING AREAS 15: 138-9.

285.0 Soviet Urban and Regional Planning (Paul White) in STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 16:      .

286.0 The Socialist City (R. A. French and F. E. I. Hamilton) in PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 5: 143-4.

287.0 City and Society (R. J. Johnston) in REGIONAL STUDIES 15:      .

288.0 Inner City in Context (SSRC-UK) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A 13:      .

289.0 Growth Centers in the European Urban System (Peter Hall and Dennis Hay) in THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 33:      .

1982

290.0 CRITICAL ISSUES FOR NATIONAL URBAN POLICY.  With Royce Hanson and others.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

291.0 “Clean Water for All: Equity-Based Urban Water Supply Alternatives for Indonesia’s Cities.”  URBAN GEOGRAPHY 3: 281-299.

292.0 “Geographic Factors in Urban Development: The Social Construction of Environment” in CITIES.  Washington, D.C.: Cooper-Hewitt Museum of the Smithsonian Institution.

293.0 “Urbanization and Counterurbanization: The Future of World Metropolitan Areas in the 1980s.”  In M. Cullen and S. Woolery, eds., WORLD CONGRESS ON LAND POLICY, 1980.  Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 73-85.

Reviews:

294.0 The American Metropolitan System: Present and Future  (Stanley D. Brunn and James O. Wheeler) in REGIONAL STUDIES 16:      .

295.0 Housing Vouchers for the Poor: Lessons from a National Experiment  (Raymond J. Struyk and Mark Bendick, Jr.) in SOCIAL SERVICE REVIEW 56: 150-1.

296.0 Housing and Public Policy: A Role for Mediating Structures  (John J. Egan, John Carr, Andrew Mott and John Roas) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 3:      .

1983

297.0 COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING.  Ed. with Eric Teicholz.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc. 

298.0 RETHINKING URBAN POLICY: URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN AN ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY.  With Royce Hanson and others.  Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

299.0 “Assurance of Municipal Water Supplies.”   With Frank Horton.  In M. I. Glassner, ed., GLOBAL RESOURCES: CHALLENGES OF INTERDEPENDENCE.  New York: The Foreign Policy Association.

1984

300.0 POTENTIAL GROWTH OF THE ROBOTICS INDUSTRY IN PENNSYLVANIA.  A Report to the Pennsylvania Milrite Council.  With Susan Sanderson, et al.

301.0 “Personal Computing in Public Service Education: The Carnegie-Mellon Plan.” In J. Bretschneider, ed., COMPUTING IN PUBLIC MANAGEMENT.

302.0 “A Tale of Two Cities: The Polarization of Urban Economies.”  With Susan Elster.  Paper presented at April 1984 conference at Dartmouth University, inaugurating the Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences and distributed with conference proceedings.

302.1 Available in the series GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, 1984A.

303.0 “Abnormalities in Urban America.” With Susan Walsh Sanderson.  A paper distributed in preparation for the International Social Science Conference on “Giant Cities of the World and the Future: Problems and Policies.” Feb. 25-30, Barcelona, Spain.

Reviews:

304.0 Innovation Diffusion: A New Perspective (Lawrence A. Brown) in STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 19: 153-4.

305.0 National Urbanization Policy in Developing Countries (Bertrand Renaud) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 32: 899-901.

1985 

306.0 “Islands of Renewal in Seas of Decay” in Paul C. Peterson, ed., THE NEW URBAN REALITY.   Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 69-96.

306.1 Reprinted in L. Lees, T. Slater and E. Wyly eds.  THE GENTRIFICATION READER.  London: Routledge, 2009.

307.0 “What Lies Ahead for Urban America?”  With Susan Elster.  In THE METROPOLIS.   Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of Hans Blumenfeld.  Toronto: Centre for Urban and Community Studies, 17-36.

308.0 FINANCING INDONESIA’S URBAN SERVICE NEEDS VIA A MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FUND.  Jakarta: Institute for Urban Policy Analysis, Ministry of Finance, Government of Indonesia.

309.0 GROWTH AND ADJUSTMENT IN AN ECONOMY UNDERGOING STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION.  With Susan Walsh Sanderson, Susan Elster, Maryann Feldman, Holly Johnston and Aydan Kutay.  Study for General Motors Business Understanding Program.  School of Urban and Public Affairs. Carnegie-Mellon University.

Reviews:

310.0 United States Public Policy (John W. House) in REGIONAL STUDIES 19: 436-7.

1986

311.0 “Robotics and Regional Development.”  With Susan Sanderson.  In John Rees, ed., TECHNOLOGY, REGIONS AND POLICY.  Totawa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 171-186.

312.0 “The Nature of Cities and Beyond” in Michael P. Conzen, ed., WORLD PATTERNS OF MODERN URBAN CHANGE.  University of Chicago, Department of Geography Research Paper, 437-455.

313.0 “Urbanization in Indonesia.  Application and Extension of a Model Suggested by Tolley.”  With Krishna Nur Pribadi.  URBAN GEOGRAPHY 7: 477-496. 

1987 

314.0 ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY.  RESOURCE USE, LOCATIONAL CHOICE, AND REGIONAL SPECIALIZATION IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY. With E.C. Conkling and M. D. Ray.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

315.0 “The Nation’s Most Livable City: Pittsburgh’s Transformation.”  With Susan Sanderson, S. Stewman and J. Tarr.  In G. Gappert, ed., THE FUTURE OF WINTER CITIES.  Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 173-195.

316.0 “Impacts of Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Robotics on Offshore Assembly and Future Manufacturing Location.”  With Susan Sanderson, et al., REGIONAL STUDIES 21: 121-130.

Reviews:

317.0 “The Quality of Community Life,” rev. of Private Pleasure.  Public Plight  (David Popenoe) in GROWTH AND CHANGE 18: 91-95.

318.0 Pittsburgh-Sheffield Sister Cities (Joel Tarr, ed.) in PLANNING PERSPECTIVES 2: 318-319. 

319.0 “Urban Abnormalities or Abnormal Cities?”  rev. of Pathologies of Urban Processes  (Kingsley Haynes and Antoni Kuklinski, eds.) in CITIES.  THE INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY ON URBAN POLICY 4: 276-7.

Genealogy:

320.0 WESTWARD THE AMERICAN SHAPLEYS.  Baltimore MD: Gateway Press, Inc.  Winner of 1988 Anna Ford Family Book Prize as best family history of the year.

320.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 1995.

320.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

1988

321.0 MARKET CENTERS AND RETAIL LOCATION. THEORY AND APPLICATIONS.  With J.B. Parr, R. H. T. Smith, B. Epstein, and A. Ghosh.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1988, x and 230 pp.

321.1 KO-URI RITCHI NO RIRON TO ŌYŌ (THEORY AND APPLICATION OF RETAIL LOCATION).  Japanese-language edition.  Tokyo: Taimedo Publishing Co., 1992.

321.2 SHANG YE ZHONG XIN YU.  LIN SHOU YE BU JU.  Chinese language edition.  Shanghai: Tongji University Press, 2006.

322.0 “Migration Reversals in Perspective: The Long-Wave Evidence,” INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL SCIENCE REVIEW 11: 245-51.

322.1 Reprinted in HUMAN RESOURCES ABSTRACTS, 1989, 24: 115.

322.2 Reprinted in H.S. Geyer and T.M. Kontuly eds., DIFFERENTIAL URBANIZATION.  INTEGRATING SPATIAL MODELS.  London: Edward Arnold, 1996, 259-264.

323.0 GROWTH IN AN EQUITY-ORIENTED SOCIETY. OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SRI LANKA.  Colombo: USAID, December, 1988.

324.0 “Harvard and American Academic Geography,” GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, 1988.

Reviews:

325.0 Theory of Population and Economic Growth (Julian Simon) in ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 36: 222-3.

326.0 Human Ecology. A Theoretical Essay  (Amos H. Hawley) in CONTEMPORARY SOCIOLOGY 17: 133-7.

327.0 Shelter, Settlement and Development  (L. Rodwin) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A 20: 833-4.

328.0 The Metropolis Era. 1: A World of Giant Cities; 2: Mega-Cities  (M. Dogan and J. D. Kasarda) in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 9: 543-4.

329.0 The Geography of Urban Transportation  (Susan Hanson) in NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC RESEARCH 4: 429-430.

Genealogy:

330.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 1, Nos. 1-3.  A solely-authored family history journal.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

1989 

331.0 “West African Urbanization: Where Tolley’s Model Fails.”  With Barbara J. Kilbourne.   URBAN GEOGRAPHY 10: 1-18.

332.0 “Underurbanization Policies Assessed: China, 1949-1989.” With Maoxing Ran.   URBAN GEOGRAPHY 10: 111-120.

333.0 “West African Urbanization: Another Look at Tolley’s Model.” With Barbara J. Kilbourne.  URBAN GEOGRAPHY 10: 501-502.

334.0 “Howard J. Roepke Lecture in Economic Geography.  Comparative Geography of the Global Economy: Cultures, Corporations, and the Nation-State,” ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 65: 1-18.

335.0 STRENGTHENED URBAN-RURAL LINKAGES AS INSTRUMENTS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT.  Colombo: USAID, June, 1989.

336.0 Acceptance Speech: The Victoria Medal.  GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL.

337.0 “Structural Transformations of the U.S. Economy: Implications for Labor and Technology Policy.”  With S. Elster, M. Feldman, H. Johnston, A. Kutay and S. Sanderson. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: WORKERS IN TRANSITION.  New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers and American Economic Association.

338.0 “Reflections on the Quantitative Revolution in American Geography,” GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM, 1989C.

339.0 “We aren’t likely to suffer a replay of the Great Depression,” THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, Sunday, November 12, 3J.

340.0 “Urban planners should discard 19th-century concept of downtown,” DALLAS TIMES HERALD, Tuesday, Nov. 28, A-11.

Reviews:

341.0 The Cassandra Conference: Resources and the Human Predicament  (Paul R. Ehrlich and John P. Holdren, eds.) in THE JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY 88: 331.

342.0 Models of Urban and Regional Systems in Developing Countries (George Chadwick) in ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B – PLANNING & DESIGN 16: 361-2.

343.0 New Industrial Spaces.  Flexible Production Organization and Regional Development in North America and Western Europe  (Allen J. Scott) in  ANNALS OF REGIONAL SCIENCE 23: 245-6.

Genealogy:

344.0 THE ANCESTRY OF ELIZABETH YANCONISH BERRY.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.  Composed of seven separate studies:

          I.            “The Last Century: Five Generations, Thirty Forebears.”

          II.           “The Cary Family in England and America.”

          III.          “The Berry Family of New Jersey.”

          IV.          “The Hontz Family.”

          V.           “The McNeills.”

          VI.          “The Macalisters.”

VII.        “Concluding Discoveries.”

344.1 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

345.0 THE RUFUS PARKS PEDIGREE.  SEVENTEEN CENTURIES OF ONE FAMILY’S ANCESTRY.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

345.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 1995.

345.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

346.0 THE ANCESTRY OF FANNY BARNES AND HER HUSBAND THOMAS KNIGHT.  FAMILY RELATIONS IN CONNECTICUT, MASSACHUSETTS AND LONG ISLAND, 1620-1820.  McKinney TX: Prestige Printers, Inc.

346.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books Ltd. of Salem MA, 2000.

346.2 Also available on microfilm and microfiche and in electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

347.0 THE SHAPLEY CONNECTION.  Vol. 2, Nos. 1-3.

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