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IPPBR Research Reports 1985 - 1997

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No. 100
The Kansas Retail Liquor Industry, Darwin W. Daicoff (December 1985; 57 pages). Kansas Department of Revenue.
No. 101
Kansas Committee for the Humanities: Needs Assessment, Steven Maynard-Moody (July 1985; 25 pages). Kansas Committee for the Humanities.
No. 102
An Estimate of the Cost of Alzheimer's Disease in Kansas, Catherine Shenoy (December 1985; 28 pages). Kansas Department on Aging.
No. 103
Kansas Economic Development Study Interim Report, Anthony Redwood and Charles Krider (January 1986; 30 pages). Kansas Department of Economic Development.
No. 104
The Economic Impact of State Support for the Arts in Kansas, Shirley Sicilian and Robert Glass (March 1986; 29 pages). Kansas Arts Commission.
No. 105
Second Annual Public Opinion Survey of Kansas, Steven Maynard-Moody and Jerry Mitchell (February 1986; 35 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 106
Information Utilization in Kansas Government, Steven Maynard-Moody and Jerry Mitchell (January 1986; 56 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 107
Economic Impact of Santa Fe Industrial Park, Catherine Shenoy (December 1985; 7 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 108
Kansas Economic Development Study Final Report, Anthony Redwood and Charles Krider (June 1986; 63 pages). Kansas Department of Economic Development.
No. 109
Rights Without Resources: The Rise and Fall of the Kansas Kickapoo, Donald Stull, Jerry Schultz and Ken Cadue (March 1986; 25 pages).
No. 110
An Introduction to the Study of Indochinese Refugee Policy Concerns, John Massad and Donald Stull (June 1986; 42 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 111
Estimate of Need and Utilization of Home Health Services in Kansas, Catherine Shenoy (July 1986; 35 pages). Kansas Department on Aging.
No. 112
Kansas Housing Survey, Steven Maynard-Moody and Jerry Mitchell (November 1986; 52 pages). NAHRO and Kansas Social and Rehabilitative Services.
No. 113
High Technology Business in Lawrence, Kansas, Catherine Shenoy (November 1986; 22 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research, in cooperation with City of Lawrence, Douglas County, Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 114
Proceedings: First Black Leadership Symposium, Jacob Gordon (October 1986; 85 pages). The Black Faculty and Staff Council.
No. 115
Kansas Local Government: A Report to the Governor, Steven Maynard-Moody (October 1986; 51 pages). Governor's Office.
No. 116
The Regulatory Review Process and Business Impact Analysis, Kathleen Bryant (February 1987; 75 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 117
Cost and Benefits of Business Tax Incentives in Kansas, Shirley Sicilian (February 1987; 29 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 118
Some Economic Variables and the Expansion of Retail Facilities, Catherine Shenoy (February 1987; 47 pages). City of Lawrence, Douglas County, and Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 119
Third Annual Public Opinion Survey of Kansas, Steven Maynard-Moody and Jerry Mitchell (February 1987; 32 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 120
Higher Education--Private Sector Linkages for Economic Development--Executive Summary, Anthony Redwood, Kathleen Harnish and Carolyn Coleman (November 1986; 19 pages).
No. 121
Final Report for the Wichita Comprehensive Program to Reduce Driving While Intoxicated, Steven Maynard-Moody (May 1986; 160 pages). Contract-Evaluation Support in "Targets of Opportunities" for Comprehensive Alcohol Program Systems.
No. 122
Kansas Higher Education Enrollment Package Conversion From GCOS to VM/CMS, Larry Hoyle (March 1987; 17 pages). Kansas Legislative Coordinating Council.
No. 123
The Economic Impact of Cheyenne Bottoms on Kansas and on Barton County, Shirley Sicilian and Carolyn Coleman (December 1986; 33 pages). Kansas Fish & Game Commission.
No. 124
Final Report: Research Improvement Award for Economic Modeling, Anthony Redwood, Mohamed El-Hodiri and David Burress (June 1987; 132 pages). University of Kansas - General Research Fund.
No. 125
Southeast Kansas Highways, Norman Clifford, Kathleen Harnish and Anthony Redwood (June 1987; 16 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 126
Using Federal Tax Policy to Influence Firm Locations: Two Examples of the Impact on Kansas Communities, Patricia Oslund and Charles Krider (July 1987; 50 pages). City of Hays, Kansas.
No. 127
Proceedings, Second Annual Black Leadership Symposium, Jacob Gordon (October 1987; 114 pages). Center for Black Leadership Development and Research.
No. 128
Vocational/Technical Education and Kansas Economic Development, Charles Krider, Kathleen Bryant, Don Eskew and Tim Ternes (October 1987; 59 pages). Kansas Council on Vocation Education.
No. 129
Job Creation in Non Metropolitan Communities: Issues for State Policy, Anthony Redwood, Kathleen Harnish and Susan Dewell (September 1987; 20 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 130
Tax Structures of Kansas and Nearby States: Part I, Description and Data. Shirley Sicilian, Patricia Oslund and Darwin Daicoff (October 1987; 78 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 131
Tax Structures of Kansas and Nearby States: Part II. Hypothetical Firm Study. Patricia Oslund and Darwin Daicoff (October 1987; 74 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 130-131
Revised Version of Reports 130 and 131, Patricia Oslund (January 1988; 197 pages).
No. 132
Criteria in Factfinding on Economic Issues, Anthony Redwood (June 1987; 9 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 133
Regulatory Oversight and Business Impact Analysis: Designing an Expanded Program for Kansas, Kathleen Bryant (August 1987; 75 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 134
Testimony Before the Joint Committee on Economic Development, 1987, Anthony Redwood and Charles Krider (January 1988; 139 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 135
Downtown Redevelopment and Public Opinion: A Survey of Citizen Attitudes of the Downtown Improvement Committee, Paul Schumaker, Steven Maynard-Moody (January 1988; 37 pages). City of Lawrence.
No. 136a
Superconducting Super-Collider Project: Preliminary Report, Items 2.7.1 through 2.7.10, Mohamed El-Hodiri, Mike Eglinski and Joe Constantino (January 1988; 123 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 136b
Superconducting Super-Collider Project: Final Report, Items 2.7.1 through 2.7.10, Mohamed El-Hodiri, Mike Eglinski and Joe Constantino (January 1988; 123 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 137
Business Retention and Expansion in Kansas Mid-Size Communities, Charles Krider, Steven Maynard-Moody, Don Eskew and Bill Cheek (February 1988; 153 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 138
Policy Issues Affecting Community Economic Development, Anthony Redwood (February 1988; 18 pages) (Revision of Report No.129, with emphasis on local rather than state policy). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 139
Economic Profile of Lawrence/Douglas County: Part I--Sectorial Mix of Industries Compared to the State, the Nation and Similarly Sized College Towns, Helga Upmeier (February 1988; 40 pages). City of Lawrence, Douglas County, and Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 140
Project Canceled.
No. 141
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1988, Norman Clifford and Robert Glass (February 1988; 43 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 142
1988 Kansas Legislative Issues Poll, Steven Maynard-Moody, William Cheek (February 1988; 27 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 143-152
The following ten reports are based on the Business Retention and Expansion Study of Ten Mid-Size Kansas Communities (Report No. 137); Charles Krider, Steven Maynard-Moody, Helga Upmeier, Don Eskew, Andrew Hiss, Byeong-Hee Choi and Kellie Farran. Kansas Department of Commerce. Price: per report.
No. 143
McPherson (March 1988; 145 pages).
No. 144
Garden City (April 1988; 148 pages).
No. 145
Hutchinson (April 1988; 155 pages).
No. 146
Lawrence (May 1988; 155 pages).
No. 147
Salina (April 1988; 149 pages).
No. 148
Great Bend (April 1988; 153 pages).
No. 149
Emporia (May 1988; 166 pages).
No. 150
Coffeyville (May 1988; 149 pages).
No. 151
Goodland (May 1988; 141 pages).
No. 152
Hays (May 1988; 146 pages).
No. 153
Kansas Industry in the Global Economy: Issues of Competitiveness and Public Policy, Anthony Redwood, Kathleen Harnish (April 1988; 29 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 154
International Exporting and Non-Exporting Businesses in Kansas, Steven Maynard-Moody and William Cheek (May 1988; 35 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 155
Kansas Small Business Development Centers: Performance and Impact, Steven Maynard-Moody and William Cheek (June 1988; 22 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 156
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts, Midyear Update, 1988, Norman Clifford and Robert Glass (July 1988; 35 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 157
The Nature and Significance of the Overland Park/Johnson County Economy, Mohamed El-Hodiri, Gina Sanborn, David Burress, Patricia Oslund and Anthony Redwood (July 1988; 128 pages). Overland Park Economic Development Council.
No. 158
Kansas Population Projections, 1985-2020, Helga Upmeier (December 1988; 100 pages). Kansas Legislative Research Department.
No. 159
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1989, Norman Clifford (January 1989; 25 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 160
High-Technology Business Directory for Lawrence, Kansas, Helga Upmeier (March 1989; 26 pages). City of Lawrence.
No. 161
Technology Transfer and Industry Liaison for Kansas Economic Development, Anthony Redwood, Thomas Lewin, M. Elizabeth Stella, Dennis Depenbusch and Dennis Maygers (March 1989; 180 pages). Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation.
No. 162
Comparison of Economic Development Expenditures in Kansas Communities, Helga Upmeier (March 1989; 17 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 163
1989 Kansas Legislative Issues Poll, Steven Maynard-Moody, John Leuthold and Karen Ye (March 1989; 40 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 164
Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The Role and Feasibility of a Small Business Incubator in Johnson County, Eleanor Von Ende, Anthony Redwood and Mohamed El-Hodiri (April 1989; 157 pages). Business and Industry Institute of Johnson County Community College.
No. 165
The Economic Effects of an Increase in the Kansas Gasoline Tax, Robert Glass, David Rearden and David Burress (July 1989; 28 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 166
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1989: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (August 1989; 43 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 167
Economic Development in Medium-Sized, Non--Metropolitan Kansas Communities, Genna M. Ott and Patty Skalla (July 1989; 37 pages). U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration.
No. 168
Work Force Training: The Challenge for Kansas, Charles Krider, Ron Ash, M. Elizabeth Stella and Genna Ott (October 1989; 120 pages). Kansas Inc. and Kansas Department of Education.
No. 169
Wage Survey and Labor Market Characteristics for Lawrence/Douglas County, Helga Upmeier (December 1989; 69 pages). City of Lawrence, Douglas County, and Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 170
Projections of Local Sales Taxes in Douglas County, 1990-1993, Helga Upmeier (December 1989; 10 pages). City of Lawrence, Douglas County, and Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 171
Property Tax Relief Through a Proposed One-Percent Sales Tax in Douglas County and Effects of a Countywide Sales Tax on Taxable Sales, Helga Upmeier and Charles Krider (January 1990; 20 pages). City of Lawrence, Douglas County, and Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 172
Changing Relations: Newcomers and Established Residents in Garden City, Kansas, Donald D. Stull, Janet E. Benson, Michael J. Broadway, Arthur L. Campa, Ken C. Erickson and Mark A. Grey (February 1990; 141 pages). Ford Foundation.
No. 173
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1990, Norman Clifford (February 1990; 46 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 174
An Exploratory Marketing Survey of the Southeast Kansas Tourism Region, Surendra N. Singh, Karen V. Fernandez and Anthony Redwood (March 1990; 105 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce.
No. 175
A Lawrence Tourism Tracking Study for Lawrence, Kansas, John Lastovicka and Joyce Claterbos (May 1990; 61 pages). Lawrence Convention and Visitors Bureau.
No. 176A
Economic Development Investments of Ten States: A Descriptive Analysis (Executive Summary), M. Elizabeth Stella and Charles E. Krider (June 1990; 30 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 176B
Economic Development Investments of Ten States: A Descriptive Analysis, M. Elizabeth Stella and Charles E. Krider (June 1990; 131 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 176C
Economic Development Expenditures of Ten States: A Comparison, M. Elizabeth Stella, Henry Schwaller IV, Charles Krider and Anthony Redwood (November 1990; 41 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 177
Overland Park Tourism Study, John L. Lastovicka and Joyce Claterbos (June 1990; 57 pages). Overland Park Convention and Visitors Bureau.
No. 178
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecast for 1990: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (July 1990; 45 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 179A
Business Taxes in Kansas and Nearby States: Executive Summary, Patricia Oslund and Mohamed El-Hodiri (August 1990; 32 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 179B
Business Taxes in Kansas and Nearby States: Vol. 1: Overview of State and Local Taxes in the Region, Patricia Oslund and Mohamed El-Hodiri (August 1990; 69 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 179C
Business Taxes in Kansas and Nearby States, Vol. 2: Results from a Tax Simulation Model, Patricia Oslund and Mohamed El-Hodiri (August 1990; 147 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 180
Incubator Development in Europe: Some Implications for Kansas, Anthony Redwood (September 1990; 21 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research; Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation.
No. 181
Kansas Multi-Cultural Substance Abuse Prevention Model, Jacob U. Gordon (November 1990; 95 pages). Kansas Governor's Discretionary Fund.
No. 182
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecast for 1991, Norman Clifford (January 1991; 47 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 183
Interstate Banking: A Review of Research Literature, Henry Schwaller IV (January 1991; 21 pages). Bank IV
No. 184
Innovation and Competitiveness through Technology Transfer and University Industry Liaison in Europe: Implications for Kansas, Anthony L. Redwood (January 1991; 23 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research; Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation.
No. 185
The Impacts of Three Alternative Tax Plans on Selected Firms: Results from a Tax Simulation Model for Kansas, David Burress and Patricia Oslund (March 1991; 98 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 186
Cornfield Malls, Downtown Redevelopment and Democratic Performance, Paul Schumaker (April 1991; 37 pages). City of Lawrence.
No. 187A
Adult Basic Skills in the Kansas Workforce (Executive Summary), Charles Krider, Ron Ash, Henry Schwaller IV, M. Elizabeth Stella (August 1991; 49 pages). Kansas Inc. and Kansas Department of Education.
No. 187B
Adult Basic Skills in the Kansas Workforce, Charles Krider, Ron Ash, Henry Schwaller IV, M. Elizabeth Stella (June 1991; 166 pages). Kansas Inc. and Kansas Department of Education.
No. 188
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecast for 1991: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (July 1991). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 189
An Evaluation of the Kansas Department of Commerce: Division of Travel and Tourism, Industrial Development Division, Trade Development Division, and Kansas Industrial Training/Retraining (Executive Summary), Anthony Redwood, Charles Krider, and Henry Schwaller IV (January 1992; 56 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 190
Evaluation of General Promotional Programs: Division of Travel and Tourism, Kansas Department of Commerce, Surendra Singh and Henry Schwaller IV (January 1992; 92 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 191
An Evaluation of the Kansas Department of Commerce Industrial Development Division Industrial Recruitment Activities, Norman Clifford, Patricia Oslund, Kshama Gargesh, and Michael Gentzler (January 1992; 118 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 192
Evaluation of the Trade Development Division of the Kansas Department of Commerce, Stacie Cooper, Carol Rose, Ken Louis, and Anthony Redwood (January 1992; 98 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 193
Evaluation of the Kansas Department of Commerce (KDOC) Kansas Industrial Training (KIT) and Kansas Industrial Retraining (KIR) Programs, Ronald Ash and Charles Stevens (January 1992; 43 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 194
Assessment of the University of Kansas Science and Engineering Infrastructure: Identification of Weaknesses and Barriers to Research, Steven Maynard-Moody, M. Elizabeth Stella, and Donald Stull (March 1992; 90 pages). National Science Foundation.
No. 195
Assessment of Science and Engineering Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas: Identification of Weaknesses and Barriers to Research, M. Elizabeth Stella (March 1992; 18 pages). National Science Foundation.
No. 196
Not available

No. 197
The 1992 Outlook for Kansas and the Nation, Norman Clifford (December 1991; 37 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 198
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecast for 1992: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (July 1992; 49 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 199
Business Taxes in Kansas and Nearby States, 1992 Update, Patricia Oslund, Norman Clifford, Michael Bacalzo (August 1992; 128 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 200
Growth in the Service Sector In Kansas, December 1992, Patricia Oslund and Scott Niemann (December 1992; 56 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 201
Community Strategic Planning, Genna M. Ott, Charles E. Krider (November, 1992; 75 pages). Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing.
No. 202
Assessment of Ten States' Economic Development Strategic Plans and Planning Processes, M. Elizabeth Stella (November 1992; 103 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 203
Kansas Demographic Profile, Economic and Social Implications of Demographic Change, Helga Upmeier (November 1992; 90 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 204
The Kansas Labor Market: Challenges and Implications, Charles E. Krider and Dan Roehler (December 1992; 64 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 205
Kansas Regional Profiles Final Report, Robert B. Catlett, Carlene Hill Forrest, Ralph Gamble, Robert Glass, Arthur Janssen (February 1993; 150 pages). Kansas Inc.
No. 206
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1993, Norman Clifford (January 1993; 50 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 207
Second Assessment of the Science, Math and Engineering Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas: Response to Barriers to Research, M. Elizabeth Stella (June 1993; 78 pages). National Science Foundation.
No. 207A
Third Assessment of the Science, Engineering, and Math Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas, M. Elizabeth Stella (December 1994; 67 pages). National Science Foundation.
No. 208
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecast for 1993: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (July 1993; 52 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 209
Response of Kansas' Small Businesses to Environmental Regulation: Implications for Training, M. Elizabeth Stella, Charles Krider, Steven Maynard-Moody (September 1993, 23 pages). University of Kansas Division of Continuing Education.
No. 210
Economic Development In Medium-Sized Kansas Communities: From 1989 to 1993, Genna Ott and James Hamilton (November 1993; 39 pages). U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration.
No. 211
An Evaluation Model to Determine the Return on Public Investment (ROPI) for the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation, David Burress, Mohamed El-Hodiri, Vadake Narayanan (November 1992; 115 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 212
Public Returns to Technology Transfer (ROPI, final report), David Burress and Patricia Oslund (June 1994; 147 pages).Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 213
U.S. and Kansas Economic Forecasts for 1994, Norman Clifford (February 1994; 47 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 214
The Performance of Kansas Firms in the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program, Ted Kuwana, Robert Glass, M. Elizabeth Stella (April 1994; 40 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 215
An Economic Analysis of the Fire at Americold, Robert Glass (May 1994; 30 pages). Institute for Public Policy and Business Research.
No. 216
1994 Survey of Registered Voters in School District USD 497, Maynard-Moody, Brown (May 1994; 54 pages). Lawrence Public Schools.
No. 217
Kansas Workforce Employment in Training Programs: Do They Function as a System?, M. Elizabeth Stella, Charles Krider, Anthony Redwood (September 1994; 57 pages). Kansas Inc. on Economic Research Service of U.S. Department of Agriculture.
No. 218
Expected Impacts from TeleKansas II Fiber Optic Links: Channels of Influence Construction Impacts Tele-education, David Burress, Norman Clifford, Robert Glass, Patricia Oslund (June 1994; 102 pages). Southwestern Bell Telephone Company.
No. 219
U.S. and Kansas Forecasts for 1994: Midyear Update, Norman Clifford (July 1994; 45 pages). State of Kansas.
No. 220
U.S. and Kansas Forecasts for 1995, Norman Clifford (January 1995; 45 pages). State of Kansas.
No. 221
Kansas Business Costs and Taxes: A Comparison with Other States. 1994 Update, Patricia Oslund and David Burress (June 1995; 108 pages). Kansas, Inc.
No. 222
Assessing the Differences in the Treatment of Minority and Non-Minority Youth in the Kansas Juvenile Justice System: Phase I, Preliminary Report, William Arnold, Robert Glass, Alexander Barket (March 1995). Kansas Dept. of Social and Rehabilitation Services and Advisory Committee on Juvenile Offender Programs.
No. 222B
Assessing the Differences in the Treatment of Minority Confinement in Kansas: Phase II Report, William Arnold, Robert Glass, Alexander Barket (September 1995; 55 pages). Kansas Dept. of Social and Rehabilitation Services and Advisory Committee on Juvenile Offender Programs.
No. 223
Kansas Family Initiative Project: Multi-Year Evaluation Plan, M. Elizabeth Stella and Steven Maynard-Moody (November 1994; 21 pages). Kansas Adjutant General's Office and The Kansas National Guard.
No. 224
Strategic Planning for Economic Development in Kansas from a Local Perspective, Genna M. Ott and Charles Krider (September 1995; 36 pages). Kansas Center for Community Economic Development. (Executive Summary)
No. 225
ROPI 3 - KTEC Outcomes, 1987-1995: An Evaluation of the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation Using ROPI Methodology, David Burress and Pat Oslund. (September 1998; 115 pages). Kansas Technology Enterprise Corporation.
No. 226
Impacts of Highway Bypasses on Kansas Towns, David Burress (October 1996; 119 pages). The Kansas Department of Transportation. (Executive Summary)
No. 227
The Effective Labor Force in Kansas: Employment, Unemployment, and Underemployment, Robert Glass, Charles Krider, Kevin Nelson (January 1996; 48 pages). Kansas, Inc. (Executive Summary)
No. 228
EPSCoR: Fourth Assessment of the Science, Engineering, and Math Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas, Elizabeth Stella (December 1995; 80 pages).
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Estimating the Impact of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Hospital Closures in Kansas Neal Becker, Pat Oslund, Norm Clifford, David Burress (November 1995; 121 pages).
No. 229A
Report of the Kansas Task Force on Internet Access for Schools and Public Libraries: Findings, Conclusions, and Recommendations, David Burress, Norm Clifford, Charles Krider, Pat Oslund (April 1996). Draft (Executive Summary)
No. 229B
Connecting Public Libraries and Schools to the Internet: A Review of the Literature, David Burress, Pat Oslund, and Jeff Livingston (October 1996; 58 pages). Kansas Task Force on Internet Access. (Executive Summary)
No. 229C
A Survey of Selected State Level Internet Plans, David Burress, Jennifer Meents, Pat Oslund, and Christopher Worthen. Not available.
No. 229D
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No. 229E
Focus Groups and Case Studies on the Internet in Public Libraries and Schools, Diana Carlin, Robert Glass, Charles Krider. Not available.
No. 229F
Leveling the Internet Playing Field: Connecting Kansas Schools and Libraries in Small, Poor, Rural, and Widespread Areas, David Burress (October 1996; 27 pages). Kansas Task Force on Internet Access (Executive Summary)
No. 229G
Estimated Internet-Related Costs for Kansas Public Libraries and Schools, David Burress and Larry Hoyle (October 1996; 43 pages). Kansas Task Force on Internet Access (Executive Summary)
No. 230
Costs and Benefits of Privatizing Security Guard Services Currently Provided by the Capitol Area Security Patrol, Keith Chauvin, Robert H. Glass (April 1996; 86 pages). The Kansas Department of Administration.
No. 231
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The Economic Feasibility of the Evergreen Process, Robert Glass (November 1996). Kansas Electric Utilities Research Program.
No. 232
Lawrence Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Marketing Program Impact Survey Report, Pat Oslund and Vincent C. Glaeser (July 1996). Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. (Executive Summary)
No. 232A
Lawrence Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Marketing Program Impact Survey Addendum, Vincent C. Glaeser (January 1997; 3 pages). Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. (Executive Summary)
No. 233
The Kansas Workforce: Employer Assessment, M. Elizabeth Stella, Charles Krider, Ronald Ash (January 1997; 43 pages). Kansas, Inc. (Executive Summary)
No. 234
The Kansas Business Environment, Norman Clifford, Robert Glass, Charles Krider (January 1997; 50 pages). Kansas, Inc. (Executive Summary)
No. 235
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No. 236
Fifth Assessment of the Science, Engineering, and Math Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas, M. Elizabeth Stella (October 1996; 90 pages). K*STAR
No. 237
The Costs of Insuring Mental Illness in Kansas on a Basis of Parity with Physical Illness: A Brief Review, David Burress (September 1997; 19 pages). The Kansas Alliance for the Mentally Ill.
No. 238
What's Driving the Lawrence Economy Now? Comparisons of the Composition and Trends within the Lawrence/Douglas County Work Force Over the Last 20 Years, Vincent Glaeser (July 1997; 15 pages). The City Commission of Lawrence, Kansas; The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 239
Kansas State Parks: a marketing and valuation study, Robert Glass and Kevin Nelson (November 1997; 32 pages). The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
No. 240
Retail Preferences Survey Report: A Study of the Shopping Habits of the Residents of Lawrence, Kansas, Vincent C. Glaeser (October 1997; 33 pages). The City Commission of Lawrence, Kansas; The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce.
No. 241
Effective Labor Force in the Montgomery County Labor Market, Robert Glass and Kevin Nelson (November 1997; 53 pages). Montgomery County Action Council
No. 242
Strategic Planning in Kansas: Survey Results, Genna M. Ott (December 1997; 80 pages). Kansas Center for Community Economic Development. (Executive Summary)
No. 243
Sixth Assessment of the Science, Engineering, and Math Infrastructure at Three Universities in Kansas, Genna M. Ott and M. Elizabeth Stella (December 1997; 103 pages). K*STAR. (Executive Summary)

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