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CURRICULUM VITAE

FOR

THOMAS GORDON JOHNSON



PROFESSOR EMERITUS

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA




EDUCATION:
Ph.D. ‑ Agricultural Economics ‑ July 1979 ‑ Oregon State University

M.Sc. ‑ Agricultural Economics ‑ March 1976 ‑ University of Saskatchewan

B.S.A. (Honors) ‑ Agricultural Economics ‑ May 1973 ‑ University of Saskatchewan
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Professor, University of Bologna, 2017 to present

Graduate Faculty, University of Alabama, 2016-19

Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri-Columbia, 2015 to present

Visiting Professor University of Illinois-Urban-Champaign, 2003-04

Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1997 to 2015

Visiting Professor, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995

Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1982-96

Assistant Professor, University of Saskatchewan, 1979-82

Research Assistant Unclassified, Oregon State University, 1979

Research Associate, University of Saskatchewan, 1978

Graduate Research Assistant, Oregon State University, 1976-79

Research Assistant, Grain Handling and Transportation Commission, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1975-76

Teaching Fellow, University of Saskatchewan, 1974

Research Economist, Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture,1973

HONORS

United States Department of Agriculture, Abraham Lincoln Honors Award for Enhancing the Economic Vitality and Quality of Life of Rural America, 2015.

College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Outstanding Graduate Advisor-Mentor, 2015

University of Missouri - Columbia Provost's Award for Leadership in International Education, 2012

University of Missouri President's Award for Economic Development, 2012

Undersecretary’s Group Honor Award for Excellence, United States Department of Agriculture, 2007

Outstanding Public Service through Economics Award, Northeast Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, 2006

Fellow, Southern Regional Science Association, 2002

Rural Policy Research Institute, Community Policy Analysis Network Outstanding Leadership Award, 2001

Frank Miller Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of Missouri, 1997 – 2015

Rural Policy Research Institute Senior Fellow, 1995.

Advisor for Recipient of Regional Science Association International Outstanding Dissertation Award, 1992 (Rathin Basu)

Advisor for Recipient of Honorable Mention in the American Agricultural Economics Association Outstanding Dissertation Competition, 1990 (Dr. David S. Kraybill)

Advisor for first and third prize‑winning students in the 1982 Undergraduate Essay Contest of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (Dale Sigurdson and Kevin O'Grady)

Advisor for first prizewinner of the 1981 Undergraduate Essay Contest of the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (Margaret Thurmeier)

Outstanding Professor in the College of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan, 1981

Robert E. Johnson Research Fellowship, Oregon State University, 1978‑1979

Robertson Memorial Scholarship, Oregon State University, 1976‑1977 and 1977‑1978

University of Saskatchewan Graduate Teaching Fellowship, 1974‑1975

Hantleman Postgraduate Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan, 1973‑1974



MEMBERSHIP, OFFICES IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

President, Southern Regional Science Association, 1992‑1993

Board of Directors, Southern Regional Science Association, 1987‑1993

Member, Regional Science Association International

Member, Southern Regional Science Association
PARTICIPATION ON COMMITTEES, PANELS, COMMISSIONS
National - International

Member, advisor to Rural Wealth Creation: Exploring Food Systems-Led Development Strategies, Colorado State University, 2018

Member, Rural Cultural Wealth Lab Panel, Rural Policy Research Institute, 2017 – present.

Member, Expert review panel for the Swedish Research Council Formas, Stockholm, June 2017.

Member, external review panel for the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph, 2016.

Member, advisory committee for the Rural Wealth, Inequality, and Community Economic Resilience: Engaging Rural Communities in an Era of Economic Restructuring research project, University of Idaho and Oregon State University, 2015 - present

Chair, Research and Exchange Team, Rural Policy Learning Commons, 2014 - 2016

Member, Resilient Communities Initiative Advisory Committee, 2010 - 2011

Chair, National Public Policy Education Committee, 2005 - 2006

Member, Extension Program Assessment committee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003 - 2004

Member, Rural Policy Research Institute Board of Directors, 2003 - 2007

Member, review team for the Agribusiness Economics Department, University of Southern Illinois, 2002

Chair, review team for the Community Natural Resource Economic Development Program, University of Wisconsin Extension, 2002

Member, review team for the Illinois Committee on Food, Agriculture and Resources, University of Illinois, 2000

Chair, Community Policy Analysis Network, Rural Policy Research Institute, 1998 - 2002

Member, Community Economics Section, American Agricultural Economics Association, 1998 - 2002

Member, USDA‑Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service review team for the Department of Applied Economics, Purdue University, 1999

Member, USDA‑Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service review team for the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, University of Nevada - Reno, 1997

Associate Editor, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1997 - 2000

Member, Expert Panel on Rural Policy, Rural Policy Research Institute, 1995-1997

Member, Expert Panel on Rural Health Economics, Rural Policy Research Institute,

1994-1995

Member, Professional Activities Committee, American Agricultural Economics Association,

1993-1996

Chair, Economic Analysis Committee, USDA‑Extension Service, 1990‑1992

Member, Task Force on Persistent Rural Poverty, Rural Sociological Society, 1989‑1992

Member, USDA‑Cooperative State Research Service review team for the Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Maine, 1989

Member, IMPLAN Workshop Faculty, Fort Collins, CO, October 9‑13, 1989

Chair, American Agricultural Economics Association, Selected Paper Review Team, Community Economics Section, 1985, 1989

Member, American Agricultural Economics Association, Selected Paper Review Team, 1988, 1990

Chair, Community Economic Network of the American Agricultural Economics Association, 1988‑1989

Chair, Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) IMPLAN Task Force, 1988‑1989

Member, North Central Rural Development Center, Input‑Output Conference Planning Committee, 1988‑1989

Member, Advisory Committee, America Runs on Local Roads, 1986‑1988

External Reviewer for Promotion and Tenure Decisions, University of Maine, The Pennsylvania State University (3), Purdue University, University of Wisconsin, University of Illinois, University of Georgia, Louisiana State University, McGill University

Regional

Member, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Community Development Advisory Committee, 2002 - 2006.

Member, Northeast Regional Research Project, NE1011, USDA-Cooperative State Research Education and Extension Service (CSREES), 2002 – present.

Representative (for University of Missouri), North Central Extension Public Affairs Committee, 1998 – 2000

Member, Northeast Regional Research Project, NE162, USDA‑Cooperative State Research Service (CSRS), 1992‑2002

Member, Southern Extension and Research Activities -- Information Exchange Group 16, USDA‑Cooperative State Research Extension and Education Service (CSREES), 1990‑1997

Member, Southern Rural Development Center Delegation to the Northeast Local Government Finance Project Workshop, April 1990

Representative (for Virginia Tech), Southern Extension Public Affairs Committee, 1989‑1996

Member, Economic and Fiscal Impact Technical Advisory Committee, New Jersey State Planning Commission, 1988

Co‑Chair, Southern Rural Development Center Infrastructure Financing Task Force, 1988‑1992

Member, Editorial Council of the Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1987‑1990

Member, Manitoba Drought Sensitivity Advisory Committee, 1980‑81


State

Member, Missouri Transportation Finance Corporation Board of Directors, 2002-2010

Member, Missouri Department of Transportation, Social, Economic and Environmental Technical Advisory Group, 2000-2005

Member, Montgomery Regional Economic Development Commission, 1989‑1996 (Chair, 1996)

Member, Montgomery County‑Radford, Route 177 Corridor Advisory Committee, 1992

Member, Christiansburg‑Montgomery County Joint Transportation Committee, 1990‑1992

Member, Economics Subcommittee of the Virginia Interagency Migrant Work Policy Committee, 1987‑1989

Principal Advisor, Transportation, Southwest Virginia Economic Development Commission, 1985‑1987

Member, Virginia Wholesale Farmer's Market Feasibility Study Finance Advisory Committee, 1985

Member, Valley of Virginia Consortium for Higher Education Data Bank Advisory Committee, 1985

Advisor, Rural Virginia Development Foundation, 1984‑1990

Advisor, Joint Subcommittee of the Virginia House of Delegates Agricultural Committee and the Senate of Virginia Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, on the Rural Virginia Development Foundation, 1983

Chairman, Saskatchewan Advisory Council on Socio‑Economics, 1981‑1982

Treasurer, Canadian Agricultural Economics Society, Saskatchewan Section, 1980‑1981


PARTICIPATION IN INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS, CONFERENCES AND ACTIVITIES
Invited Lecturer, Agriculture, Food and Rural Policy Course, University of Bologna, December 2017

Co-investigator, USAID sponsored, Ukrainian Agricultural and Rural Development Support project, 2017

Co-investigator, Rural Policy Learning Commons, Canada, Europe, United States, March 2014 - present. 

Co-investigator, USAID sponsored, Ukrainian Land Policy Assessment and Advice Project, Ukraine, September 2013 - 2015.

Invited Lecturer, Agricultural, Food and Environmental Policy Analysis Summer School, Budapest, Hungary, August 2013

Key note speaker, 7th World Conference of the Global Consortium of Higher Education and Research for Agriculture, Beauvais France, June 28, 2011.

Faculty, International Comparative Rural Policy Studies Summer Institute, 2004 – present.

Member, Center for Canadian Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia, July 2002 - present.

Key note speaker, Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Annual Meeting, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. October 15, 2010.

Key note speaker, New Brunswick Enterprise Network Annual Meetings, Alma, New Brunswick, Canada. June 17, 2010.

Member, Canadian Collaborative Communities Project, 2006 – 2009.

Seminar speaker, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa. November 2009.

Key note speaker, International conference in Durban, South Africa. November 5, 2009

Co-chair, Annual meetings of the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation, Quebec City, October 2009.

Invited presenter, Teagasc, Republic of Ireland, Athenry, Ireland, June 17, 2009.

Invited presenter, Expert Consultation on the Evaluation of Public Policies for Rural Development, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, June 14-16, 2009.

Faculty, Policies and Institutions of the European Union Study Abroad, Brussels, Belgium, January 12-16, 2009.

Member, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, England Rural Policy Review Panel, January-November, 2009.

External assessor, Collaborative Communities Project, Canada, 2005 - 2008. 

Organizer, Forum on International Comparative Rural Policy Research Linkages, Puebla, Mexico, November 24-25, 2008

Invited presenter, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Working Party on Territorial Development Policies in Rural Areas, Paris, France, November 27, 2007.

Invited presenter, Korean Rural Economics Institute, Seoul, Korea, Analyzing the Economics of Generating Power from Renewable Biofuels. October 25, 2007

Principle Investigator, Korean Rural Economic Assessment Project, Korean, May 2007 - November 2007. 

Invited presenter, Innovative Rural Regions: The Role of Human Capital and Technology Conference, Caceres, Spain, March, 2007.

Invited presenter, University Lecture, Agricultural University of Athens, Athens, Greece, December 2006.

Attendee, North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, Toronto Ontario, November 2006.

Invited presenter, Saskatchewan Council on Community Development Conference, June 2006.

Invited presenter, North America's Super Corridor Coalition Annual Summit, Winnipeg, Manitoba, June 2006.

Invited presenter, Association of Canadian Community College Rural North American Conference, Calgary, Alberta, May 2006.

Attendee, Seminario Internacional Desarrollo Rural y el Sector Agroalimentario: Estrategias de Futuro y a la Feria de Experiencias Exitosas, Querétaro, México, March 2006.

Advisor, Toward a Policy Model for Multifunctional Agriculture and Rural Development research team, 2005 – 2009.

Member, Ukraine Agricultural and Rural Development Policy Project, funded by USAID, 2005.

Co-chair, The Power of Place: Rural Communities, Global Reach. Fourth meeting of the International Rural Network, Abingdon, Virginia, June 19-24, 2005.

Director, European Union Center at the University of Missouri – Columbia, 2004 - 2005.

Invited presenter, The Border-Midlands-Western Social Accounting Matrix Seminar, September 2004.

Invited attendee, Planting seeds for rural futures: Rural policy perspectives for a wider Europe, Salzburg, Austria, November, 2003.

Attendee, The Future of Rural Peoples: Rural Economy, Healthy People, Environment, Rural Communities, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, October, 2003.

Attendee, Taking Charge: Rural Community Empowerment In Rural Development, Rural Health and Rural Education, Fourth conference of the International Rural Network, Inverness, Scotland, June 2003.

Director, Graduate Certificate in European Union Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia, July 2002 to 2008.

Principle Investigator, Border-Midlands-Western Policy Analysis Project, Republic of Ireland, July 2002 – January 2004. 

Co-Principal Investigator, European Union Center at the University of Missouri, project funded by the European Union, September 1999 – August 2002.

Co-Principal Investigator, Show-Me Ireland Project, research project in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, funded by the Special Programme for Peace and Reconciliation of the European Union, July 1997 – June 2001.

Invited presenter, Getting the Best Value from Public Expenditure Conference, Letterkenny, Ireland, October 2001.

Attendee, Fourteenth annual Conference of the Public Administration Theory Network, Leiden, Netherlands, June 2001.

Member, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Team, Canadian Territorial Policy Review Project, May 2001 – August 2001.

Invited presenter, Connectivity 2001, Regina, Saskatchewan, February 2001.

Invited presenter, Agricultural Trade Rules for the 21st Century, Saskatoon, Canada, February 2000.

Invited presenter, Conference on Technology and Story Telling: Community Memory, Bunbeg, Ireland. September 1999.

Invited presenter, Challenges to Business Growth in Saskatchewan conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, March 1999.

Member, International Working Group on Social Aspects of Czech Agricultural Policy, August 1995

Invited presenter, Symposium on Economic Development and Diversification in Rural Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1989.

Invited presenter, Pacific Regional Science Association Meetings, Tokyo, Japan, August 1983.




PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Journal Articles on Original Research


  1. Kim, Jinhyoung and Thomas G Johnson. 2018. The Value of Local Amenities in Metro and Non-Metro Counties. Regional Studies. In review.




  1. Kim, Jinhyoung and Thomas. G Johnson. 2018. The Effect of the Shale Oil Boom in North Dakota on Comprehensive Wealth. Economic Development Quarterly. In review.




  1. Kelliher, Felicity, Leana Reinl, Thomas G Johnson, and Marion Joppe. 2018. The Role of Trust in Building Rural Tourism Micro Firm Network Engagement: a Multi-case Study. Tourism Management. 68: 1-12.




  1. Poudel, Krishna Lal, Bhawani Mishra, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2017. Farm Efficiency and its Determinants in Different Farm Size and Altitude Categories: A Case of Organic Coffee Cultivation in Nepal. The Journal of Economic Insight. 43(1): 1-18.




  1. Weber, Bruce A., J. Matthew Fannin, Sam M. Cordes, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2017. “Upward Mobility of Low-income Youth in Metropolitan, Micropolitan and Rural America.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 672(1):103-122.




  1. Rossi, James, Thomas G. Johnson, and Mary Hendrickson. 2017. “The Economic Impacts of Local and Conventional Food Sales.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics. 49(4):555-570.




  1. Pagani, Marco, Thomas G. Johnson, and Matteo Vittuari. 2017. “Energy input in conventional and organic rice production in Missouri and Italy: a comparative case study.” Journal of Environmental Management. 188:173-182.




  1. Carey, Mary A., and Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. “Ireland’s Input-Output Framework – where are the regions?” Borderlands: The Journal of Spatial Planning in Ireland. 5(Spring/Summer): 47-59.




  1. Carvajal, Lidia and Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. Impacts of Remittances from Canada's Seasonal Workers Program on Mexican Farms. International Labour Review. 155(2):297-314.




  1. Poudel, Krishna Lal, Thomas G. Johnson and Rachna Tewari. 2016. Property Rights and Sustainable Natural Resource Management. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. 5(2): 1-11.




  1. Mishra, Bhawani, Shriniwas Gautam, Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. “A Spatial Analysis of Creative Class Worker Growth Convergence in US Counties.” Romanian Journal of Regional Science. 10(1):41-66.




  1. Liu, Zuoming, Ira Altman and Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. “The Moderating Role of Biomass Availability in Biopower Co-firing ── A Sensitivity Analysis in Missouri.” Journal of Cleaner Production. 135(1): 523-532.




  1. Figueroa-Armijos, Maria and Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. “Entrepreneurship policy and economic growth, solution or delusion? Evidence from a state initiative.” Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal 47(1): DOI 10.1007/s11187-016-9750-9.




  1. Shrestha, Rudra Bahadur, Wen-Chi Huang, Shriniwas Gautam, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2016. Efficiency of small scale vegetable farms: Policy implications for rural poverty reduction in Nepal." Agricultural Economics-Zemědělská ekonomika 62(4): 181-195.




  1. Pagani, Marco, Matteo Vittuari, Thomas G Johnson, Fabio De Menna. 2016. “An assessment of the energy footprint of dairy farms in Missouri and Emilia-Romagna.” Agricultural Systems 145: 116–126.




  1. Hallstrom, Lars, William Ashton, Ray Bollman, Ryan Gibson and Thomas G. Johnson. 2015. “Policy Design in Rural Manitoba: Alternatives and Opportunities in the Midst of Change.” Manitoba Law Journal 38(2):185-219.




  1. Poudel, Krishna, Thomas G. Johnson, Naoyuki Yamamoto, Shriniwas Gautam, Bhawani P. Mishra. 2015. “Comparing technical efficiency of organic and conventional coffee farms in rural hill region of Nepal using data envelopment analysis (DEA) approach.” Organic Agriculture 5(4): 263-275.




  1. Altman, Ira, Jason Bergtold, Dwight Sanders, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2015. “Willingness to Supply Biomass for Bioenergy Production: A Random Parameter Truncated Analysis.” Energy Economics, 47:1-10.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2014. “Wealth Creation and the Normative Structures Framework.” The Journal of Rural and Community Development. 9(4): 203-218.




  1. Poudel, Krishna K., and Thomas G. Johnson. 2014. “Social Capital and Collective Management of Natural Resources in Nepal: A Case Study of Community Forestry.” Agrarian Frontiers. 2(1):21-34.




  1. Altman, Ira, Zuoming Liu and Thomas G. Johnson. 2014. “The Feasibility of Co-Firing Biomass for Electricity in Missouri.” Biomass and Bioenergy. 69:12-20.




  1. Choi, Eun-Young and Thomas G. Johnson. 2014. “Economic Impact of the Informal Childcare Sector in Kansas.” Journal of Regional Analysis and Planning. 44(1):20-35.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and Ira Altman. 2014. “Rural Development Opportunities in the Bioeconomy.” Biomass and Bioenergy. 63 (April):341-344.




  1. Altman, Ira J., Dwight Sanders, Jason Bergtold and Thomas G. Johnson. 2013. “Market Development of Biomass Industries.” Agribusiness: an International Journal. 29(4): 486-496.




  1. Mishra, B. P., K. Ngamsomsuke, and Thomas G Johnson. 2013. “Socioeconomic Factors Affecting Household Food Security: A Case of Kailali District of Nepal.” Agrarian Frontiers 1(1): 23-39.




  1. Figueroa-Armijos, Maria and Thomas G. Johnson. 2013. “Entrepreneurship in Rural America Across Typologies, Gender and Motivation.” Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 18(2): 37 p.




  1. Gautam, Shriniwas, Thomas G. Johnson and Jingkui Li. 2013. “Do alternative spatial healthcare access measures tell the same story?” Geo Journal, May: 1-13.




  1. Gautam, Shriniwas, Lanis L. Hicks, Thomas G. Johnson and Bhawani Mishra. 2013. "Measuring the Performance of Critical Access Hospitals in Missouri Using Data Envelopment Analysis." The Journal of Rural Health 29(2): 150–158.




  1. Figueroa-Armijos, Maria, Brian Dabson and Thomas G. Johnson. 2012. "Rural Entrepreneurship in a Time of Recession." Entrepreneurship Research Journal 2(1). DOI: 10.2202/2157-5665.1044




  1. Alva Lizarraga, Sara, Karen Refsgaard and Thomas G. Johnson. 2011. “Comparative Analysis of Agriculture and Rural Policies in Västerbotten and Hordaland using the POMMARD-model.” Food Economics 8(3).




  1. Altman, Ira J. and Dwight Sanders and Thomas G. Johnson. 2011. “The Local Economic Impacts of Ethanol Plant Expansion:  A Missouri Case Study.” Journal of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 74(1): 77-82.




  1. Paudel, Krishna P., Biswo N. Poudel, Doleswar Bhandari, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2011. “Examining the role of social capital in environmental Kuznets curve estimation.” Global Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 1(16): 1-11.




  1. Bryden, John M., Tibor Ferenczi, Thomas G. Johnson, and Ken Thomson. 2011. “Modelling Multifunctionality, Territorial Development, and Policy Scenarios in Rural Europe: A Contribution to CAP reform debates.” Eurochoices 10(1): 9-16.




  1. Altman, Ira J., Thomas G. Johnson and Wanki Moon. 2010. “Organizational Preferences and Producer Characteristics in Biomass Supply Chains.” Journal of Agribusiness 28(2).




  1. Refsgaard, Karen and Thomas G. Johnson. 2010. “Modelling Policies for Multifunctional Agriculture and Rural Development: a Norwegian Case Study.” Environmental Policy & Governance 20(4): 239-257.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Deborah Roberts and Timothy R. Wojan. 2010. “Model-Based Assessment of Rural Development Policies.” Eurochoices. 9(1): 32-39.




  1. Choi, Eun-Young, Thomas G. Johnson, Amy Lake, and Dennis Robinson. 2009. “A Spatial Analysis of the Formal Childcare Sector in Kansas.” Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 39(1): 55-70.




  1. Altman, Ira and Thomas G. Johnson. 2009. “Organization of the Current U.S. Biopower Industry: a Template for Future Bioenergy Industries.” Biomass & Bioenergy 33: 779-784.




  1. Altman, Ira Thomas G Johnson. 2008 “The Choice of Organizational Form as a Non-Technical Barrier to Agro-bioenergy Industry Development.” Biomass & Bioenergy 32: 28-34.




  1. Chatman, Darryl, Ira Altman and Thomas G. Johnson. 2008. “Community Entrepreneurial Climate: An Analysis of Small Business Owners’ Perspectives in 12 Small Towns in Missouri, USA.” Journal of Rural and Community Development. 3: pp. 60-77.




  1. Altman, Ira J. Thomas G. Johnson, Phillip C. Badger and Samuel J. Orr. 2007. “Financial Feasibility and Regional Economic Impacts: Three Case Studies in U.S. Biopower.” Journal of Electrical Utility Environment Conference1: 1-13.




  1. Altman, Ira, Peter Klein and Thomas G. Johnson. 2007. “Scale and Transaction Costs in the U.S. Biopower Industry.” Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization. Vol. 5(1)
    Available at: http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol5/iss1/art10




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2007. “Measuring the Benefits of Entrepreneurship Development Policy.” Journal of Entrepreneurship Development. IV (2): 35-44.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2007. “Place-Based Economic Policy: Innovation or Fad.” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review. 36(1): 1-8.




  1. Scott, James K. and Thomas G. Johnson. 2005. “Bowling Alone but Online Together: Social Capital and Collective Action in E-Communities.” Journal of the Community Development Society 36(1): 9-26.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and James K. Scott. 2004. “A Comprehensive Approach to the Assessment of Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Projects.” Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting, and Financial Management. 16(3): 294-312.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2002. “Where is the Place in Space?” Review of Regional Studies 42(2): 9-17




  1. Cox, Anna M., Thomas G. Johnson, and Morgan M. Mundell. 2001. “A Dynamic Simulation of TIF Impacts on Multiple Jurisdictions.” Municipal Finance Journal 22(1) (Spring): 10 – 40.




  1. O’Dubhchair, Kate, James K. Scott and Thomas G. Johnson. 2001. “Building a Knowledge Infrastructure for Learning Communities.” The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 4(April): 1-21. http://www.is.cityu.edu.hk/research/ejisdc/vol4/v4r4.pdf




  1. Liu, Binzhang, Shukla Kshirsagar, Thomas Johnson, Craig Thatcher, and George W. Norton. 2001. "Evaluating the Short-run and Long-run Economic Impacts of the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine" Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 33 (1), April.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2001. “The Rural Economy in a New Century.” International Regional Science Review 24(1) (January): 21-37.




  1. Cox, Anna M., Jeffrey Alwang, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2000. Local Preferences for Economic Development Outcomes: An Application of the Analytical Hierarchy Procedure. Growth and Change 31(3) (Summer): 341-366.



  1. Scott, James K. and Thomas G. Johnson. 1998. “The Community Policy Analysis Network: A National Infrastructure for Community Policy Decision Support.” Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 28(2):49-64.




  1. Doeksen, Gerald A., Thomas G. Johnson, Diane Baird-Holmes, and Val Schott. 1998. “A ‘Healthy’ Health Sector is Crucial for Community Economic Development.” Journal of Rural Health 14(1): 66-72.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1997. “Policy Conundrums in Rural North America: Discussion.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 79(5) (December): 1527-1529.




  1. Stallmann, Judith I., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1996. "Community Factors in Secondary Educational Achievement in Appalachia." Youth and Society 27 (June): 469-484.




  1. Basu, Rathin, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1996. "The Development of a Measure of Intersectoral Connectedness Using Structural Path Analysis." Environment and Planning A 28: 709-730.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Jeffrey Alwang, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1995. "Decomposing Sources of Regional Growth With an Input-Output Model: A Framework for Policy Analysis." International Regional Science Review 18(3): 331-353.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Thomas G. Johnson, and Jeffrey Alwang. 1995. "Regional Economic Diversity and Diversification: Seeking a Framework for Analysis." Growth and Change 26(2): 261-284.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Jeffrey Alwang, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1995. "A Structural Decomposition of Regional Economic Instability: A Conceptual Framework." Journal of Regional Science 35 (August): 457.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1994. "The Dimensions of Regional Economic Development Theory." Review of Regional Studies 24(2): 119-126.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and Judith I. Stallmann. 1994. "Human capital investment in resources‐dominated economies." Society and Natural Resources 7(3): 221-233.




  1. Broomhall, David, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1994. "Economic Factors that Influence Educational Performance in Rural Schools." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 76(August): 557-567.




  1. Parsons, Robert L., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1994. "The Economic Impact of the Use of bST by the Virginia Dairy Industry." Review of Agricultural Economics 16(2): 175-186.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Jeffrey Alwang, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1994. "Toward an Improved Portfolio Variance Measure of Regional Economic Stability." Review of Regional Studies 24(1): 71-86.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1994. "Rural Development Policies Needs Good Dose of Realism: Comment." Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 9:(Summer).




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Thomas G. Johnson, and Jeffrey Alwang. 1993. "Diversification of Production Agriculture Across Individual States: A Comment." Journal of Production Agriculture 6(3): 445­-446.




  1. Stallmann, Judith I., Thomas G. Johnson, Ari Mwachofi, and Jan L. Flora. 1993. "Labor Market Incentives to Stay in School." Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics (December): 82-94.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1993. "Measuring the Economic Impacts of Reducing Environmentally Damaging Production Activities." The Review of Regional Studies (Winter): 237-253.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1992. "Conservation Reserve Program May Be Good for the Environment, Farms, and Rural Communities." Rural Development Perspectives 8(3): 25‑31.




  1. Zipper, Carl E., Howard Friedman, Thomas G. Johnson, and S. Murthy Kambhampaty. 1992. "The In‑state Economic Impacts of Virginia Coal." Virginia Coal and Energy Journal Number 4, pp. 1­-20.




  1. Pecsok, S. R., M. L. McGilliard, R. E. James, T. G. Johnson, and J. B. Holter. 1992. "Estimating Production Benefits Through Simulation of Grouping and Individual Feeding of Dairy Cows." Journal of Dairy Science 75: 1604‑1615.




  1. Kraybill, David S., Thomas G. Johnson, and David R. Orden. 1992. "Macroeconomic Imbalances: A Multiregional General Equilibrium Analysis." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 74(3) (August): 726‑736.




  1. Alwang, Jeffrey R., David M. Wooddall‑Gainey, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1991. "Farm Labor Legislation: A Computer Program to Assist Growers." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73(4) (November): 1027‑1035.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1991. "Break‑even Analysis of the Conservation Reserve Program: The Virginia Case." Land Economics 67(November): 447‑461.




  1. Halstead, John M., F. Larry Leistritz, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1991. "The Role of Fiscal Impact Models in Impact Assessments." Impact Assessment Bulletin 9(Fall): 43‑54.




  1. Bernat, Jr., Andrew G., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1991. "Distributional Effects of Household Linkages." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 73(May): 326‑333.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and Dennis U. Fisher. 1991. "Rural Small Business Development." Journal of Extension 29(Fall): 20‑22.




  1. Broomhall, David, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1990. "Regional Impacts of the Conservation Reserve Program in the Southeast with Conversion to Trees: An Application of Input‑Output Analysis." Review of Regional Studies 20(Spring): 76‑85.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1989. "Entrepreneurship and Development Finance: Keys to Rural Revitalization: Discussion." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 71(5): 1324‑1326.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., David S. Kraybill, and Brady J. Deaton. 1989. "Improvements in Well‑Being in Virginia's Coal Fields Hampered by Low and Unstable Income." Rural Development Perspectives 6(1) (October): 37‑41.




  1. Kraybill, David S., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1989. "Value‑Added Activities as a Rural Development Strategy." Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 21:1 (July): 27‑36.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. "Fiscal Impact Models for Virginia Communities." 1988. Government Finance Review 23 (December): 36‑38.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1988. "Fiscal Impact Software ‑ New Strategies for Decision Makers." Extension Review 59:1 (Winter): 35.




  1. Swallow, Brent, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1987. "A Fiscal Impact Model for Virginia Counties." Review of Regional Studies 17(1) (Spring): 67‑74.




  1. Halstead, John M., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1986. "Fiscal Impact Models for Local Economies." Journal of Applied Business Research 3(Spring): 90‑101.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1986. "A Dynamic Input‑Output Model for Small Regions." Review of Regional Studies 16(1) (Spring): 14‑23.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., William J. Brown, and Kevin O'Grady. 1985. "A Multivariate Analysis of Farm Machinery Purchase Decisions." Western Journal of Agricultural Economics 10 (December): 294‑306.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1985. "A Continuous Leontief Dynamic Input‑Output Model." Papers of the Regional Science Association 56: 177‑188.




  1. Deaton, Brady J., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1984. "State Legislation for Rural Development: The Role of the University." The Review of Regional Studies 14(2) (Spring): 29‑37.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and Oral Capps, Jr. 1984. "Rural Area Consumer Demand and Regional Input‑Output Analysis: Comment." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 66(May): 173‑176.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1983. "The use of simulation techniques in dynamic input-output modeling." Simulation 41(3) (September): 93‑101.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1983. "Measuring the Cost of Time in Recreation Demand Analysis: Comment." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 65(February): 169‑171.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and Surendra N. Kulshreshtha. 1982. "Exogenizing Agriculture in an Input‑Output Model to Estimate Relative Impacts of Different Farm Types." Western Journal of Agricultural Economics 7(December): 187‑198.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., John Spriggs, and G. C. Van Kooten. 1982. "Social Costs of Supply‑Restricting Marketing Boards: A Comment." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 30(November): 369‑372.


Abstracts in Refereed Journals


  1. Stallmann, Judith I., Maria Figueroa-Armijos and Thomas G. Johnson. 2012. “Comparative Rural Policy Studies.” Poster Abstract #0226, North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal 56: 54.




  1. Liu, Binzhang, George W. Norton, Shukla Kshirsagar, Thomas G. Johnson, and Craig Thatcher. 1999. “Evaluating the Economic Impacts of Veterinary Research and Education.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics 81 (December): 1282.




  1. Broomhall, David, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1992. "The Valuation of Education in Rural Communities." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 74 (December): 1302.




  1. Parsons, Robert L., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1992. "The Impact of the Use of bST by the Virginia Dairy Industry: Impact Analysis." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 74 (December): 1274.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., Thomas G. Johnson, and Jeffrey Alwang. 1992. "Modeling the Growth, Stability, and Distributional Impacts of Alternative Development Strategies." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 74 (December): 1302.




  1. Siegel, Paul B., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1990. "Economic Impacts of the Conservation Reserve Program in Virginia: A Break‑even Analysis Using the IMPLAN Input‑Output Model." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 72:5 (December).




  1. Broomhall, David E., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1990. "The Impact of the Conservation Reserve Program on a Region in Rural Eastern Georgia." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 72:5 (December).




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1989. "The Emerging Federal Policy on Rural Development: Current Perspectives and Future Direction." Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics 21(1): 198.




  1. Halstead, J. M., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1986. "Fiscal Impact Models in the United States and Canada: Review and Discussion." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 68‑5 (December).




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and John R. Keeling. 1985. "An Econometrics Based Microcomputer Fiscal Impact Model." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 67:5 (December).




  1. Bernat, G. Andrew Jr., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1985. "An Input‑Output Model with Endogenous Unemployment Benefits." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 67:5 (December).




  1. Kriesel, Warren P., Brady J. Deaton, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1984. "Industrial Development as a Community Investment Decision." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 66(5): 899.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Brent M. Swallow, and Brady J. Deaton. 1984. "Does Crime Prevention Pay: An Analysis of Local Government Crime Prevention Expenditures." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 66(5): 912.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1983. "On the Standardization of Input‑Output Multipliers." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 65(5): 1183.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and F. W. Obermiller. 1979. "An Operational Extension of the Leontief Dynamic Input‑Output Model." American Journal of Agricultural Economics 61(5): 1144.


Book Reviews in Refereed Journals


  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2008. Review of Joel Best, “Flavor of the Month: Why Smart People Fall for Fads. 2006. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2005. Review of Andrew Wood and David Valler, “Governing Local and Regional Economies: Institutions, Politics and Economic Development.” Journal of Regional Science 45(4): 872-874.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2005. Review of Eoin O'Leary, “Irish Regional Development: A New Agenda.” Journal of the American Planning Association, Winter 2005, Vol. 71, No. 1: 102-104.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1990. Review of T. Lyson, "Two Sides to the Sunbelt: The Growing Divergence Between the Rural and Urban South." Rural Development Perspectives 6:3(June‑September): 47.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1986. Review of D. Rondinelli, "Applied Methods of Regional Analysis: The Spatial Dimensions of Development." Journal of the Community Development Society 17(2): 134‑135.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1981. Review of A. Randall, "Resource Economics: An Economic Approach to Natural Resource and Environmental Policy." Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 29:2 (July): 247‑249.


Books


  1. Meyers, William H., Serhiy I. Demyanenko, Thomas G. Johnson, Sergiy I. Zorya. 2005. Refocusing Agricultural and Rural Development Policies in Ukraine: Action Plan for the Road Ahead. Washington, D.C.: US Agency of International Development. 136 pp. (Also published in Ukrainian).


Books Edited



  1. Meyers, William H. and Thomas G. Johnson (eds.). 2018. Handbook on International Food and Agricultural Policy, Volume I: Policies for Agricultural Markets and Rural Economic Activity, World Scientific Press, Singapore and New York. ISBN: 978-981-3226-29-6.




  1. Pender, John L., Thomas G. Johnson, Bruce A. Weber, J. Matthew Fannin (eds.). 2014. Rural Wealth Creation (Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics). New York: Routledge Publishers. 328 pp.




  1. Bryden, John M., Sophia Efstratoglou, Tibor Ferenczi, Karlheinz Knickel, Thomas G. Johnson, Karen Refsgaard and Kenneth J Thomson (eds.). 2011. Towards Sustainable Rural Regions in Europe: Exploring Inter-Relationships Between Rural Policies, Farming, Environment, Demographics, Regional Economies and Quality of Life Using System Dynamics. New York: Routledge Publishers. 360 pp.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, (eds.). 2006. Community Policy Analysis Modeling. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing. 271 pp.




  1. Otto, Daniel M., and Thomas G. Johnson, (eds.). 1993. Microcomputer‑based Input‑Output Modeling: Applications to Economic Development. Boulder, CO:Westview Press. 228 pp.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra, (eds.). 1988. Local Infrastructure Investment in Rural America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 295 pp.


Chapters in books



  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and J. Matthew Fannin. 2018. Rural Development: Theory and Practice. Chapter in Routledge Handbook of Agricultural Economics. In press.




  1. Meyers, William H and Thomas G. Johnson. 2018. Evolving agricultural and rural policy in a global context: diverse origins and varied paths Chapter 1 in William H. Meyers and Thomas G. Johnson, (eds.), Handbook on International Food and Agricultural Policy, Volume I: Policies for Agricultural Markets and Rural Economic Activity, World Scientific Press, Singapore and New York.




  1. Kelrick, Pamela, Thomas G. Johnson, and Judith I. Stallmann. 2014. Territorial Cohesion: US and Canadian Perspectives on the Concept, Chapter 5 in Andrew Copus and Philomena de Lima (eds.), Territorial Cohesion in Rural Europe: The Relational Turn in Rural Development. Pp. 79-96.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Neus Raines, and John L. Pender. 2014. “Comprehensive Wealth Accounting: Bridging place-based and people-based measures of wealth.” Chapter 3 in Pender, John L., Thomas G. Johnson, Bruce A. Weber, J. Matthew Fannin (eds). Rural Wealth Creation (Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics). New York: Routledge Publishers.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2013. “Rural Policy.” Chap. 3 in Handbook of Rural Development. Green, Gary (ed.). Edward Elgar. Pp. 42-55.




  1. Atterton, Jane, John Bryden and Thomas G. Johnson. 2012. “Rural Economic Transformations in the UK and US.” Chap. 7 in Rural Transformations and Rural Polices in the US and UK. Shucksmith, Mark, David L. Brown, Sally Shortall, Jo Vergunst and Mildred E. Warner. 2012. (eds.). New York: Routledge Publishers. Pp. 117-137.




  1. Bryden, John, Thomas Dax, Sophia Efstratoglou, Thomas G. Johnson and Karen Refsgaard. 2011. “Exploring Inter-relationships between the Multiple Functions of Farming, the Development of Rural Regions, and Policies: Approach and Methods.” Chapter 2 in Towards Sustainable Rural Regions in Europe: Exploring Inter-Relationships Between Rural Policies, Farming, Environment, Demographics, Regional Economies and Quality of Life Using System Dynamics. By Bryden, John M., Sophia Efstratoglou, Tibor Ferenczi, Karlheinz Knickel, Thomas G. Johnson, Karen Refsgaard and Kenneth J Thomson (eds.). New York: Routledge Publishers.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Sara Alva-Lizarraga, Karen Refsgaard, Thanassos Kampas, Dimitris Psaltopoulos and Gemma Frances. 2011. “Developing and Adapting the POMMARD Model.” Chapter 5 in Towards Sustainable Rural Regions in Europe: Exploring Inter-Relationships Between Rural Policies, Farming, Environment, Demographics, Regional Economies and Quality of Life Using System Dynamics. By Bryden, John M., Sophia Efstratoglou, Tibor Ferenczi, Karlheinz Knickel, Thomas G. Johnson, Karen Refsgaard and Kenneth J Thomson (eds.). New York: Routledge Publishers.




  1. Bryden, John M. and Sophia Efstratoglou, Tom Johnson, Tibor Ferenczi, Karlheinz Knickel, Karne Refsgaard and Kenneth J. Thomson. 2011. “Multifunctionality, Sustainable Territorial Development and Rural Policies in Europe—Some Concluding Reflections.” Chapter 16 in Towards Sustainable Rural Regions in Europe: Exploring Inter-Relationships Between Rural Policies, Farming, Environment, Demographics, Regional Economies and Quality of Life Using System Dynamics, pp. 302-320 By Bryden, John M., Sophia Efstratoglou, Tibor Ferenczi, Karlheinz Knickel, Thomas G. Johnson, Karen Refsgaard and Kenneth J Thomson (eds.). New York: Routledge Publishers.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2009. “Targeting with the Analytic Hierarchy Procedure.” Chapter 13 in Targeting Regional Economic Development by Goetz, Stephan J, Steven C. Deller, and Tom Harris. 241-254. London: Routledge.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and John Bryden and Karen Refsgaard. Modelling Rural, Social, Economic and Environmental Interactions of EU Agricultural Policy. 2008. In Model-based Approaches to Learning by P. Blumschein, W. Hung, D. Jonassen and J. Stroebel (eds). 293-304. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller. 2006. Introduction to Community Policy Analysis Modeling. Chapter 1 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 1-14. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Scott, James K. and Thomas G. Johnson. 2006. New Governance and the Changing Face of Rural America. Chapter 2 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 15-28. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Scott, James K. and Thomas G. Johnson. 2006. A National Infrastructure for Community Policy Analysis. Chapter 4 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 49-54. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2006. Modeling the Local Labor Market. Chapter 6 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 83-94. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and James K. Scott. 2006. The Show Me Community Policy Analysis Model. Chapter 8 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 117-128. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Kovalyova, Anna and Thomas G. Johnson. 2006. Evaluating the Performance of Community Policy Models. Chapter 14 in Community Policy Analysis Modeling, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Daniel M. Otto and Steven Deller, 205-218. Ames, Iowa: Blackwell Publishing.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 2004. What would an Ideal Rural Land Use Policy Look Like? Chapter 20 in Land Use Problems and Conflicts: Causes, Consequences and Solutions, eds. Stephan J. Goetz, James S. Shortle and John C. Bergstrom, 301-309. London: Routledge.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. and James K. Scott. 2003. Population Change and Impact on Viability. Chapter 4 in The American Midwest: Managing Change in Rural Transition. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.




  1. O’Dubhchair, Kate, James K. Scott, and Thomas G. Johnson. 2000. Community Decision Support Systems: Managing Knowledge for Community and Economic Development. Chapter 33 in Handbook of Public Information Systems. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc. pp. 489-500.




  1. Bernat, G. Andrew and Thomas G. Johnson. 1998. “Applying Input-Output Models to Natural Resource Problems: The Conservation Reserve Program.” Chapter 13 in Evaluating Natural Resource Use In Agriculture, eds. Thyrele Robertson, Burton C. English, and Robert R. Alexander. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1996. “The Economic Impacts of Infrastructure Development.” Chapter 6 in Rural Development Research: A Foundation for Policy, Contributions in Economics and Economic History, Number 170. eds. Thomas D. Rowley, David W. Sears, Glenn L. Nelson, J. Norman Reid, and Mervin J. Yetley, 85-101. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1996. “Methods in Rural Development: Policy Analysis.” Chapter 8 in Rural Development Research: A Foundation for Policy, Contributions in Economics and Economic History, Number 170. eds. Thomas D. Rowley, David W. Sears, Glenn L. Nelson, J. Norman Reid, and Mervin J. Yetley, 123-136. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.




  1. Stallmann, Judith I., Ari Mwachofi, Jan L. Flora, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1995. "The Labor Market and Human Capital Investment." Chapter 15 in Investing in People: The Human Capital Needs of Rural America, eds. Bo Beulieu and David Mulkey, 333-350. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Craig R Humphrey, Gigi Berardi, Matthew S Carroll, Sally Fairfax, Louise Fortmann, C Geisler, Thomas G. Johnson, J Kusel, RG Lee, S Macinko, NL Peluso, MD Schulman, PC West. 1993. "Theories in the study of natural resource-dependent communities and persistent rural poverty in the United States." Persistent poverty in rural America: pp. 136-172. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Henry, Mark S., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1993. "Cautions in Using I‑O Models." Chapter 2 in Microcomputer­ based Input‑Output Modeling: Applications to Economic Development, eds. Daniel M. Otto and Thomas G. Johnson, 28‑46. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1993. "The Dynamics of Input‑Output." Chapter 16 in Microcomputer‑based Input‑Output Modeling: Applications to Economic Development, eds. Daniel M. Otto and Thomas G. Johnson, 216­-228. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Flora, Jan L., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1991. "Small Businesses." Chapter 5 in Rural Policies for the 1990s, eds. Cornelia B. Flora and James Christenson, 47‑59. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1991. "The Market for Farm Family Labor." Chapter 16 in Multiple Job Holding Among Farm Families, eds. M. C. Hallbert and Jill L. Findeis, 227‑282. Ames, IA: lowa State University Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., and Daniel Otto. 1988. "Economic Theories of Infrastructure Decision‑Making," Chapter 2 of Local Infrastructure Investment in Rural America, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra, 7‑20. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Halstead, John M., and Thomas G. Johnson. 1988. "Using Fiscal Impact Models in Local Infrastructure Investment Decisions." Chapter 9 of Local Infrastructure Investment in Rural America, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra, 99‑107. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Kriesel, Warren, Brady J. Deaton, and Thomas G. Johnson. 1988. "Investing in Economic Development Infrastructure: A Decision‑Making Framework." Chapter 17 of Local Infrastructure Investment in Rural America, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra, 155‑161. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra. 1988. "Infrastructure Investment: Alternatives and Priorities." Chapter 25 of Local Infrastructure Investment in Rural America, eds. Thomas G. Johnson, Brady J. Deaton, and Eduardo Segarra, 261‑264. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G., J. Paxton Marshall, and Charles R. O'Dell. 1987. "A Proposed Urban Agricultural Enterprise." Chapter 4 of Sustaining Agriculture Near Cities, ed. William Lockeretz, 37‑47. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1983. "The Economic Implications of Soil Conservation." Chapter 8 of Land Degradation and Soil Conservation Issues on the Canadian Prairies, 245‑268. Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration, ed., Agriculture Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, December. (An expanded version of the book below.)




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1982. "The Economic Implications of Soil Conservation." Chapter 8 of Land Degradation and Soil Conservation Issues on the Canadian Prairies: An Overview, ed. Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration, 97‑110. Agriculture Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, November.




  1. Johnson, Thomas G. 1977. "Transportation‑Related Distortions in the Canadian Flour Milling Industry." Chapter 7 of Grain and Rail in Western Canada, Volume 2, 378‑434. Ottawa: Supply and Services Canada.



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