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Monograph/Report List, Discussion Papers
and Technical Reports
1985 - Present


Monographs and Techincal Reports are available online at no cost. To view a report, please click on the report title. Reports may be downloaded or printed for free.

No. 80 Economic and Demographic Data on the Hispanic-Owned Businesses and Hispanic Population in Kansas, Genna Hurd and Xan Wedel (April 2009; 51 pages).
No. 79 Trends in the Kansas Economy: 1985-2006, Charles Krider, Genna Hurd, and Dane Hanson (August 2006; 69 pages).
No. 78 Economic and Demographic Changes in Ford County, Kansas since 1980, Joshua L. Rosenbloom (forthcoming).
No. 77 Economic Trends Report: Atchison, Genna Hurd (October 2004; 34 pages).
No. 76 Economic Trends Report: Jewell County, Luke Middleton (May 2004; 43 pages).
No. 75 Economic Trends Report: Ellsworth County (forthcoming)
No. 74 Economic Trends Report: Cheyenne River Counties, Luke Middleton (February 2004 (revised April 2004); 40 pages). Black-and-white copy for printing is also available in .pdf form.
No. 73 Economic Trends Report: Bourbon County, Luke Middleton (January 2004; 43 pages).
No. 72 Economic Trends Report: Standing Rock Counties, Luke Middleton (September 2003; 45 pages).
No. 71 ECKAN Needs Assessment 2003: Survey of Clients, Genna Hurd (October 2003, 66 pages).
No. 70 Economic Trends Report: Linn County, Luke Middleton (July 2003; 45 pages).
No. 69 Montgomery County Non-Resident Worker Survey 2002, Genna Hurd (April 2003, 66 pages).
No. 68 Economic Trends Report: Lawrence, Luke Middleton (February 2003; 32 pages).
No. 67 Economic Trends Report: Lecompton, Luke Middleton (January 2003; 30 pages).
No. 66 Economic Trends Report: Eudora, Luke Middleton (January 2003; 32 pages).
No. 65 Economic Trends Report: Baldwin City, Luke Middleton (January 2003; 33 pages).
No. 64 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County, Luke Middleton (January 2003; 45 pages).
No. 63 Economic Trends Report: Lyon County, Luke Middleton (November 2002; 46 pages).
No. 62 Economic Trends Report: Miami County, Luke Middleton (November 2002; 38 pages).
No. 61 Economic Trends Report: Marshall County, Luke Middleton (October 2002; 35 pages).
No. 60 Economic Trends Report: Spring Hill, Luke Middleton (August 2002 (revised September 2002); 41 pages). Black-and-white copy for printing is also available in .pdf form.
No. 59 Economic Trends Update: Montgomery County, Luke Middleton (March 2002; 48 pages).
No. 58 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County, Luke Middleton and Genna Hurd, (January 2002; 46 pages).
No. 57 Economic Trends Update: Jewell County, Luke Middleton (August 2001; 46 pages).
No. 56 Economic Development in Selected Kansas Communities: Update 2000, Genna Hurd and Nick Peak (July 2001; 25 pages).
No. 55 Economic Trends Update: Harper County, Luke Middleton (July 2001; 46 pages).
No. 54 Economic Trends Update: Atchison County, Luke Middleton (June 2001; 46 pages).
No. 53 Demographic Changes in Kansas: Implications for State Policy, Charles Krider and Norman Clifford (June 2001; 49 pages).
No. 52 Spring Hill Community Assessment: 2001 Survey Analysis, Genna Hurd (May 2001; 23 pages).
No. 51 Economic Trends Update: Reno County, Luke Middleton (May 2001; 49 pages).
No. 50 ECKAN Needs Assessment Survey 2000 of Service Providers and Clients Survey Analysis (Appendix A [Excel Spreadsheet]), Genna Hurd (May 2001; 48 pages).
No. 49 Literature Review: Tax Abatements and Economic Development Incentives, Luke Middleton (January 2001; 25 pages).
No. 48 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County , Luke Middleton and Genna Hurd, (January 2001; 40 pages).
No. 47 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County, Elena Semyonova-Smith and Genna Hurd, (March 2000; 21 pages).
No. 46 Economic Trends: Douglas County, Genna Ott and Fred Conde, (January 1999; 43 pages).
No. 45 Economic Trends: Leavenworth County, Genna Ott and Fred Conde, (February 1999; 44 pages).
No. 44 Economic Trends: Pratt County, Genna Ott and Fred Conde, (December 1998; 33 pages).
No. 43 Economic Trends: Atchison County, Genna Ott and Fred Conde, (December 1998; 32 pages).
No. 42 Economic Trends for Northeast Kansas: Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Jefferson, and Nemaha Counties, Update, Genna Ott and Fred Conde, (July 1998; 143 pages).
No. 41 The Kansas Economy: Trends and Outlook, Charles Krider, Norm Clifford and Fred Conde, (June 1998; 53 pages). Martin Tractor.
No. 40 Kansas Business First, 1998 Edition of IPPBR AEXSystems S**3 (Survey Support Software) User Manual, Second Edition, Alexander Barket, (98 pages; January 1998). Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing.
No. 39 Economic Trends: Douglas County, Matt Waddill and Genna Ott, (39 pages; January 1998).
No. 38 Economic Trends: Montgomery County, Matt Waddill, Cade Hobbick, and Genna Ott, (41 pages; November 1997).
No. 37 Economic Trends: Neosho County, Matt Waddill, Cade Hobbick, and Genna Ott, (29 pages; November 1997).
No. 36 Economic Trends: Labette County, Matt Waddill, Cade Hobbick, and Genna Ott, (39 pages; November 1997).
No. 35 Barton County Citizen Survey: Summary & Analysis, Cade Hobbick and Genna Ott, (29 pages; May 1997).
No. 34 Population Projections 1995-2010 Grant County, Cade Hobbick, Genna Ott, Norman Clifford, and Larry Hoyle, (9 pages; February 1997).
No. 33 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County, Genna Ott and Cade Hobbick, (39 pages; January 1997).
No. 32 Economic Trends: Pratt County, Genna Ott and Cade Hobbick, (32 pages; November 1996).
No. 31 Economic Trends: Finney County, Genna Ott and Cade Hobbick, (33 pages; November 1996).
No. 30 Economic Trends Update: Douglas County, Genna Ott and Allison Reif-Martin, (35 pages; January 1996).
No. 29 Economic Trends for Northeast Kansas: Atchison, Brown, Doniphan, Jackson, Jefferson, and Nemaha Counties, Genna Ott and Allison Reif-Martin, (43 pages; December 1995).
No. 28 County Economic Trends, Labette County, Genna Ott and Allison Reif-Martin, (September 1995).
No. 27 County Economic Trends, Reno County, Bryan Dyer (17 pages; February 15, 1995).
No. 26 County Economic Trends, Lyon County, Bryan Dyer (17 pages; January 19, 1995).
No. 25 Population Projections for Barton County: 1995-2030, Bryan Dyer, Genna Ott, Larry Hoyle, and Norman Clifford (10 pages; May 22, 1995).
No. 24 County Economic Trends, Barton County, Bryan Dyer and Genna Ott, (32 pages; April 1995).
No. 23 County Economic Trends, Ford County, Bryan Dyer (27 pages; February 1, 1995).
No. 22 The Montgomery County Cost and Benefit Model, Patricia Oslund (Aug. 1994)
No. 21 Community Profile: Lawrence/Douglas County 1990 Census Data by Tract, (Technical Report - May 1993), Helga Upmeier and Laura Poracsky.
No. 20 KCCED County Database Manual: A Guide to the Kansas County Profile Report, Genna Ott, and James Hamilton (33 pages).
No. 19 Neosho and Wilson Counties Strategic Planning Data Analysis, (Technical Report - May 1993), Dan Roehler, and James Hamilton.
No. 18 Sherman County Strategic Planning Data Analysis, (Technical Report - February 1993), Dan Roehler, Henry Schwaller, IV, James Hamilton, and Charles Stevens.
No. 17 McPherson County Strategic Planning Data Analysis, (Technical Report - January 1993), Dan Roehler, Henry Schwaller, IV, James Hamilton, and Charles Stevens.
No. 16 Barton County Citizen Survey: Survey Analysis, (Technical Report - November 1992), Genna Ott.
No. 15 Sherman County Citizens Survey, (Technical Report - October 1992), Genna Ott.
No. 14 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Barton County, (Technical Report - September 1992), Dan Roehler.
No. 13 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Stafford County, (Technical Report - August 1992), Dan Roehler.
No. 12 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Douglas County/City of Lawrence, (Technical Report - August 1992), Dan Roehler.
No. 11 Ford County Citizen Survey, (Technical Report-November 1991), Henry Schwaller IV.
No. 10B The Local Government Fiscal and Economic Impact Model: Cost-Benefit Analysis of New and Expanding Firms Requesting Property Tax Abatements, Wichita, (Technical Report-July 1992), David Burress, Helga Upmeier and Henry Schwaller IV.
No. 10 DRAFT - Local Government Fiscal and Economic Impact Model Cost-Benefit Analysis of New and Expanding Firms Requesting Property Tax Abatements, (Technical Report-October 1991), David Burress, Helga Upmeier and Henry Schwaller IV.
No. 9 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Ford County, (Technical Report-October 1991), Dan Roehler.
No. 8 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Bourbon County, (Technical Report - Revised October 1991), Dan Roehler.
No. 7 Strategic Planning Data Analysis, Reno County, (Technical Report - June 1991), Dan Roehler.
No. 6 Survey of New Employees Hired by New and Existing Companies in Lawrence/Douglas County Between 1989 and 1990, (Technical Report-May 1991), Helga Upmeier.
No. 5 KCCED County Database Manual: How to Use the KCCED County Database to your Advantage, (Technical Report - May 1991) Genna Ott and Jennifer Dam.
No. 4.5 A Comparison of Dynamic I-O Multipliers for Kansas with Parallel Econometric Multipliers, (Discussion Paper No. 1988.2) David Burress, Norman Clifford
No. 4 A Survey of Static and Dynamic State-Level Input-Output Models (Discussion Paper No. 1988.1), David Burress, Michael Eglinski and Patricia Oslund.
No. 3 Missing Measurements in Limited Dependent Variable Models, (Discussion Paper 1987.3), Donald Lien and David Rearden.
No. 2 Hedger Response to Multiple Grades of Delivery on Futures Markets, (Discussion Paper 1987.2), Da-Hsiang Donald Lien.
No. 1 Linearity and Separability of Regional General Equilibrium Input/Output Models Under Static Cobb-Douglas Assumptions (Discussion Paper 1987.1), David Burress.
Monograph No. 16 Performance Standards for JTPA in Kansas: Assessment and Evaluation (January 1984), Charles E. Krider, Robert A. McLean, Morris M. Kleiner.
Monograph No. 15 Goals and Strategy for Kansas Human Resources Policy (January 1984), Kenneth Walker, Anthony Redwood.
Monograph No. 14 The Kansas High-Tech Labor Force: Trends and Projections (June 1983), Anthony Redwood, Morris Kleiner.
Monograph No. 12 Kansas Economic Development, 1985 and Beyond: A Method and Applications (October 1983), Robert A. McLean.
Monograph No. 11 Migration Patterns of Workers in Three Kansas SMSAs (Topeka, Wichita, Kansas City), 1971-73 (October 1983), Kenneth Walker, Rebecca Tuttle.
Monograph No. 10 Young Disadvantaged Workers in Kansas and the United States 1978 - 1982 (October 1983), Kenneth F. Walker.
Monograph No. 9 Sex Differences in the Incidence of the Economically Disadvantaged and Unemployed Persons in Kansas and the United States, 1975 - 1982 Analysis of Data from Survey of Income and Education and Current Population Survey (July 1983), Kenneth F. Walker, Anthony L. Redwood.
Monograph No. 8 Education Levels of the CETA=Eligible Population of Kansas and the United States, 1978-1982 (April 1983), Kenneth Walker, Anthony Redwood, Morris M. Kleiner.
Monograph No. 7 Factors in Firms' Decisions to Locate or Expand in Kansas: A Sample Survey (April 1983), Robert A. McLean, Anthony L. Redwood, Morris M. Kleiner.
Monograph No. 6 Demographic Characteristics and Trends of the CETA-Eligible Population of Kansas and United States, 1978 - 1982 Analysis of Data from the Current Population Survey (December 1982), Bharati Bhattacharyya, Kenneth Walker, Anthony L. Redwood.
Monograph No. 5 CETA Eligibility Estimates for Selected Demographic and Targeted Groups in Kansas and the United States 1978 - 1982 (November 1982), Bharati Bhattacharyya, Kenneth Walker, Anthony Redwood.
Monograph No. 4 Economically Disadvantaged Workers in Kansas Analysis of Data from the Survey of Income and Education (1975-76) (November 1982), Bharati Bhattacharyya, Kenneth Walker, Yvonne Stedham, Anthony Redwood.
Monograph No. 3 Kansas Labor Market Information System: A Technical Note (August 1982), Bharati Bhattacharyya, Robert Glass, Morris Kleiner, Chris Rott, Yvonne Stedham, Anthony Redwood.
Monograph No. 2 Kansas Labor Market and Migration: A Brief Note from Continuous Work History Sample (May 1982), Bharati Bhattacharyya, Morris Kleiner, Anthony Redwood.
Monograph No. 1 The Kansas Labor Market: Trends, Problems, and Issues (November 1981), Anthony Redwood, Bharati Bhattacharyya, Morris Kleiner.

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