Stuart Sweeney
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A test for the coincident economic and spatial clustering of business enterprises
EJ Feser, SH Sweeney
Journal of Geographical Systems 2 (4), 349-373, 2000
A descriptive analysis of discrete US industrial complexes
E Feser, S Sweeney, H Renski
Journal of Regional Science 45 (2), 395-419, 2005
Central‐city and suburban migration patterns: Is a turnaround on the horizon?
JD Kasarda, SJ Appold, SH Sweeney, E Sieff
Housing policy debate 8 (2), 307-358, 1997
Plant size and clustering of manufacturing activity
SH Sweeney, EJ Feser
Geographical Analysis 30 (1), 45-64, 1998
Evaluation of Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) and Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS) measures of live fuel moisture and fuel condition in …
DA Roberts, PE Dennison, S Peterson, S Sweeney, J Rechel
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 111 (G4), 2006
Selling maize in Mexico: the persistence of peasant farming in an era of global markets
H Eakin, H Perales, K Appendini, S Sweeney
Development and Change 45 (1), 133-155, 2014
Theory, methods and a cross-metropolitan comparison of business clustering
EJ Feser, SH Sweeney
Industrial location economics, 222, 2002
Measuring the spatial focus of migration patterns
A Rogers, S Sweeney
The Professional Geographer 50 (2), 232-242, 1998
Out-migration, depopulation, and the geography of US economic distress
E Feser, S Sweeney
International Regional Science Review 26 (1), 38-67, 2003
Targeting North Carolina manufacturing: understanding the state’s economy through industrial cluster analysis
E Bergman, E Feser, S Sweeney
University North Carolina Institute for Economic Development, Chapel Hill, NC, 1996
Mexican maize production: Evolving organizational and spatial structures since 1980
S Sweeney, DG Steigerwald, F Davenport, H Eakin
Applied Geography 39, 78-92, 2013
Agrarian winners of neoliberal reform: The ‘Maize boom’of Sinaloa, mexico
H Eakin, JC Bausch, S Sweeney
Journal of Agrarian Change 14 (1), 26-51, 2014
Testing assumptions underlying economic research on transgenic food crops for Third World farmers: Evidence from Cuba, Guatemala and Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, G Glasgow, SH Sweeney, FA Cuevas, ...
Ecological Economics 67 (4), 667-682, 2008
Understanding peri-urban maize production through an examination of household livelihoods in the Toluca Metropolitan Area, Mexico
AM Lerner, H Eakin, S Sweeney
Journal of Rural Studies 30, 52-63, 2013
Understanding the potential impact of transgenic crops in traditional agriculture: Maize farmers’ perspectives in Cuba, Guatemala and Mexico
D Soleri, DA Cleveland, F Aragón, H Ríos, SH Sweeney
Environmental biosafety research 4 (3), 141-166, 2005
Out-migration, population decline, and regional economic distress
EJ Feser, SH Sweeney
Washington, DC: Economic Development Administration, US Department of Commerce, 1999
Soil databases and the problem of establishing regional biogeochemical trends
KW Holmes, DA Roberts, S Sweeney, I Numata, E Matricardi, TW Biggs, ...
Global Change Biology 10 (5), 796-814, 2004
Correlates of maize land and livelihood change among maize farming households in Mexico
H Eakin, K Appendini, S Sweeney, H Perales
World Development 70, 78-91, 2015
Business location and spatial externalities
SH Sweeney, EJ Feser
Spatially Integrated Social Science, 239-262, 2004
Evaluation of AVIRIS and MODIS measures of live fuel moisture and fuel condition in a shrubland ecosystem in southern California
DA Roberts, PE Dennison, S Peterson, S Sweeney, J Rechel
Journal of Geophysical Research 111, G04S02, 2006
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