Spring 2016 Projects
The Dulles Airport and High Technology Employment in Fairfax and Loudoun Counties, Virginia
Preserving Farmland in Prince George's County, Maryland
Hot Spot Analysis for the Mid-Atlantic States, 2010 Occupational Clusters and 2012 for the Industrial Clusters
The UMD and Morgan State University EDA Center Conducted an analysis of the Mid-Atlantic Region, identifying Occupational and Industry Areas of Concentration, in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. A sample of the results are shown here for the health care occupations for 2010. For a full examination of the occupational and industry clusters by sector see: https://umd.box.com/s/mue7gjomh3uo2sx1clnk0ldbg5nlfi67
Recent Economic Development Studies in Maryland Counties
In the Spring of 2015, Urban Studies and Planning students conducted economic development studies of Allegany County, Maryland; the Carroll-Camden Industrial Area in Baltimore, and the National Business Park in Anne Arundel County. These studies are available here.
Innovation Model to Drive Illinois’ New Science & Technology Roadmap
This image shows Illinois clusters and networks of startup firms (orange) and investors (green), along with the cities where they are located (blue). This is one of many sub-networks created from different data sources that will be combined to drive the Roadmap. Data source: CrunchBase, retrieved January, 2014.
Tracking the Dynamics of Network Relations in Industry Clusters: A Workshop,
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EDA Center to Develop Economic Strategy for St. Mary’s County
The University of Maryland-Morgan State Center for Economic Development will begin work on St. Mary’s County Maryland’s first ever Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) this summer pending final approval of the one year, $86,796 contract by the County Commissioners. The CEDS will help prepare and guide future planning efforts, government initiatives and economic growth in the rapidly growing region. It will also feature enhanced cluster analysis using innovation network modeling and analysis methods developed by University Center director, Dr. Scott Dempwolf. Dempwolf’s modeling tools, the subject of his dissertation and ongoing research, identify unique opportunities typically missed by traditional modeling, such as new technologies and entrepreneurial start-ups.
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