Bibliography

This is a bibliography of LPI publications from 2003-2014 for which an electronic version is not available on our website. This is not a comprehensive list of our publications. To view a list of publications that are available for download, visit LPI Resources. To inquire about the availability of an electronic version of a publication referenced on this web page, please send us an email.

Atlases and Manuals

  1. A. Adelaja, C. McKeown and B. Calnin. 2010. Michigan’s Critical Assets: An Atlas for Regional Partnerships and Placemaking for Prosperity in the Global New Economy. Report No. LPR-2009-CA-01, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  2. A. Adelaja, M. Wyckoff, M.A. Gibson, T. Borowy, M. Forsyth, C. McKeown and B. Calnin. 2008. Michigan Demographic Atlas. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  3. A. Adelaja, M. Wyckoff, M.A. Gibson, T. Borowy, M. Forsyth, C. McKeown and B. Calnin. 2008. Michigan Public School Location Atlas. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  4. C. Townsend and K. Wills. 2008. United Growth Replication Manual, 2nd ed. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. 

Books

  1. P. Toor, J. Cox and M. Wyckoff. 2014. A Guidebook to Community Engagement: Involving Urban and Low-Income Populations. East Lansing, MI Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University.
  2. R. Barlowe, A. Adelaja and P. Babladelis. 2013. Land Resource Management: Economic Foundations and New Directions. East Lansing, MI: Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University.
  3. J. Warbach, M. Wyckoff, M. Jones, R. Soucy and J. Spry. 2012. Rural Water Quality Protection: A Planning & Zoning Guidebook for Local Officials. East Lansing, MI: Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University.
  4. R. Miles, A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. 2012. School Siting and Healthy Communities: Why Where We Invest in School Facilities Matter. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  5. M. Wyckoff and B. Connolly. 2011. Michigan Sign Regulation Guidebook. Ann Arbor, MI: Land Policy Institute and Scenic Michigan.
  6. M. Wyckoff and K. Ardizone. 2010. Filling the Gaps: Environmental Protection Options for Local Governments. Lansing: Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment. 
  7. M. Wyckoff. 2009. Michigan Laws Relating to Economic Development and Housing, 2nd ed. East Lansing, MI: Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University.
  8. R. Jelier and G. Sands (Eds.). 2009. Sustaining Michigan: Metropolitan Policies and Strategies. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  9. M. Wyckoff. 2009. Michigan Laws Relating to Planning, 10th ed. East Lansing, MI: Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University.
  10. M. Wyckoff. 2008. Michigan Planning Guidebook: For Citizens and Local Officials. East Lansing, MI: Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University.
  11. M. Wyckoff. 2008. Michigan Zoning Guidebook: For Citizens and Local Officials, 2nd Ed. East Lansing, MI: Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University.
  12. L. Stevens and E. Scorsone. 2007. Tools for Intergovernmental Cooperation Series: Financing and Cost Allocation Handbook. East Lansing, MI: State and Local Government Program, Michigan State University. 

Book Chapters

  1. R. Miles, A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. 2012. “Conclusion.” In School Siting and Healthy Communities: Why Where We Invest In School Facilities Matter, ed. R. Miles, A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  2. M. Wyckoff, A. Adelaja and M. Gibson. 2012. “The Implications of School Location Change for Healthy Communities in a Slow Growth State.” In School Siting and Healthy Communities: Why Where We Invest In School Facilities Matter, ed. R. Miles, A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  3. A. Adelaja, M. Gibson and Y. Hailu. 2012. “Population Effects on School District Structure and School Size in Michigan.” In School Siting and Healthy Communities: Why Where We Invest In School Facilities Matter, ed. R. Miles, A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
  4. A. Adelaja and M. Wyckoff. 2011. “Why the Economics of ‘Place’ Matters.” In The Economics of Place: The Value of Building Communities around People, ed. C. Layton, T. Pruitt and K. Cekola. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Municipal League.
  5. A. Adelaja, A. Campos and Y. Hailu. 2009. “Equity and Politics in Road-Spending Allocation in Michigan: Implications for Metropolitan Affairs.” In Sustaining Michigan: Metropolitan Policies and Strategies, ed. R. Jelier and G. Sands. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, MI.

Bulletins

  1. A. Adelaja, T. Borowy and Y.G. Hailu. 2011.“How Important are Domestic and International Populations to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?: A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin Series, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  2. A. Adelaja, T. Borowy and Y.G. Hailu. 2011.“How Important are Tourism and the Tourism Industry to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?: A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin Series, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  3. A. Adelaja, Y.G. Hailu and T. Borowy. 2010. “How Important are the Agricultural History and Farmland to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?” A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin Series, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  4. A. Adelaja, Y.G. Hailu, T. Borowy and J. Sharma. 2010. “How Important are Parks and Trails to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?: A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin Series, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  5. A. Adelaja, T. Borowy, Y.G. Hailu and C. McKeown. 2010. “How Important is the Development of Renewable Energy to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?: A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  6. A. Adelaja, Y.G. Hailu, T. Borowy and J. Sharma. 2010. “How Important is the Automobile Industry to Michigan’s Economic Recovery?: A Survey of Michigan Residents.” State of the State Bulletin Series, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  7. A. Adelaja, et al. 2008. “Understanding Population Dynamics in the U.S. – 1990–2006.” Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  8. M. Klepinger. 2007. “Michigan Land Use Guidelines for Siting Wind Energy Systems.” MSU Extension Bulletin WO-1053. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. R. Norton and M. Wyckoff. 2012. “Lessons from Michigan’s Perfect Storm: Term-Limited Legislature Restores Mining’s Exemption from Local Zoning.” Planning & Environmental Law 64 (1): 3–10.
  2. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, C. McKeown and A. Tekle. 2010. “The Effects of Renewable Energy Policies on Wind Industry Development in the U.S.Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 2 (3): 245–262.
  3. Y. Hailu, A. Adelaja and M. Abdulla. 2009. “Population Dynamics: Drivers of the Young and Retiree Age Groups in the United States, and Implications for Urban and Rural Economic Development.” Abstracts of Selected Papers, NAREA Annual Meetings. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 38 (2): 286.
  4. Y. Hailu, T. Gebremedhin and R. Jackson. 2009. “An Econometric Analysis of the Links between Income Inequality and Economic Growth.” Journal of Income Distribution 18 (1): 130–145.

Reports (including Case Studies, Policy Briefs and Summary Reports)

  1. P. Toor, J. Cox and M. Wyckoff. 2014. Environmental & Development Challenges and Opportunities for Kearsley Reservoir and the Adjoining Neighborhoods. Planning & Zoning Center, Michigan State University), East Lansing, MI.
  2. J. Warbach, K. Anderson, B. Beck, T. A. Beeker, B. Busley, K. Clear, E. Doroghazi, M. French, K. Gill, A. Iseler, M. Jamnik, S. Kaplan, B. Kawalec, M. LeBlanc, M. McIntosh, C. Rossiter, M. Sleeman and J. Watkins. 2013. Moving Michigan Forward: Thought Leaders Helping the State Develop Strategies. ESA 450, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  3. B. Calnin, S. Adelaja, D. Weaver and B. Acker. 2013. Incentivizing Michigan’s Economic Growth: The Role of Policy in Venture Capital Investment. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  4. J. Warbach, L. Deng Awan, A. Blount, J. Byle, J. Dworin, J. Getschman, C. Holtz, C. Hughes, S. Kozak, B. Lowell, L. Luoma, T. Niewiadomski, M. Raley and K. Richardson. 2012. Moving Michigan Forward: State Thought Leaders Helping Michigan Find Answers. ESA 450, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  5. A. Adelaja, M. Gibson, J. Paskus, B. Klatt, Y. Hailu, T. Borowy, B. Calnin and E. Schools. 2012. Drivers of Economic Performance: Natural Features, Green Infrastructure and Social/Cultural Amenities – Full Report. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  6. A. Adelaja, M. Gibson, J. Paskus, B. Klatt, Y. Hailu, T. Borowy, B. Calnin and E. Schools. 2012. Drivers of Economic Performance: Natural Features, Green Infrastructure and Social/Cultural Amenities – Summary Report. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  7. A. Adelaja, B. Calnin, and D. Weaver. 2011. Venture Capital Opportunities in Michigan for State of Michigan Legislators. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  8. J. Warbach, A. Adelaja, J. Blekking, K. Cole, C. Grubel, D. Ivan, D. Katanski, J.Y. Kim, T. Larkin, J. Skole, R. Soloman and J. Stivenson. 2011. Moving Michigan Forward: National Thought Leaders Speak on New Economy, New Strategies, New Places. ESA 450, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  9. A. Adelaja, J. Ball, J. Baird, B. Calnin, P. Carolan, S. Edlinger, C. McKeown and M. Wyckoff. 2010. Cluster Analysis. Michigan Prosperity Initiative, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, MI.
  10. A. Adelaja, J. Ball, J. Baird, B. Calnin, P. Carolan, S. Edlinger, C. McKeown, and M. Wyckoff. 2010. Gazelle, New Business and Resilience Analysis [for Regions 1–14]. Michigan Prosperity Initiative, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  11. A. Adelaja, J. Ball, J. Baird, B. Calnin, P. Carolan, S. Edlinger, C. McKeown and M. Wyckoff. 2010. Sister Regions Benchmarking Analysis [for Regions 1–5, 7–14]. Michigan Prosperity Initiative, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  12. S. Adelaja, M. Abdulla and Y. Hailu. 2010. Understanding High Performing Places: Analysis of the Growth of Gazelle Counties in the U.S., 1990–2000. Report No. LPR-2010-NE-02, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  13. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu and M. Gibson. 2009. Economic Impacts of County Population Changes in Michigan – Full Report. Report No. 2009-PD-04, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  14. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu and M. Gibson. 2009. Economic Impacts of County Population Changes in Michigan – Summary Report. Report #2009-PD-03, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  15. LPI and LEAP. 2009. Greater Lansing Next: A Plan for Regional Prosperity. Report prepared for the Lansing Economic Area Partnership. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  16. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, M. Gibson C. McKeown, B. Calnin, M. Abdulla and T. Borowy. 2009. West Michigan Agriculture: The Status and Conditions. Report No. 2009-VA-08, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  17. LPI and LEAP. 2009. Vision 2020: Greater Lansing Regional Strategic Growth Plan. Report prepared for the Lansing Economic Area Partnership. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  18. TCRPC. 2009. Feasibility Study on Creating a Bio-Technology in the Tri-County Region. Report prepared in partnership with the U.S. Economic Development Agency and the Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University. Tri-County Regional Planning Commission, Lansing, MI.
  19. LPI and LEAP. 2009. Shared Vision, Gap & Barriers Analysis, & Alternative Economic Development Strategies for the Lansing Metropolitan Region. Report prepared for the Lansing Economic Area Partnership. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  20. A. Adelaja and C. McKeown. 2009. The Geography of Economic Pain, Green and New Economy Opportunities: The Nation, Michigan and Detroit. Report prepared for the White House Office of Urban Policy. Land Policy Institute, East Lansing, MI.
  21. LPI and LEAP. 2009. Regional Cluster Analysis Report of the Lansing Metropolitan Region. Report prepared for the Lansing Economic Area Partnership. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  22. LPI and Public Sector Consultants, Inc., 2009. Proposed Report of the Michigan Wind Energy Resource Zone Board. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  23. LPI and LEAP. 2009. Regional Asset Assessment Report of the Lansing Metropolitan Region. Report prepared for the Lansing Economic Area Partnership. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  24. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, J. Warbach and C. McKeown. 2009. Inventory of Wind Energy Research, Technology Development and Curricula at Michigan Universities. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  25. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu and M. Abdulla. 2009. The Young and Retiree Cohort Population Dynamics – Implications to New Economy Growth. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  26. A. Adelaja, J. Shaw, W. Beyea and C. McKeown. 2009. Potential Application of Renewable Energy on Brownfield Sites: A Case Study of Michigan. Report No. LPR-2009-Renewable Energy-003, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  27. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu and M. Abdulla, and M. Gibson. 2008. The Economic Impacts of County Population Changes in Ohio. Report No. HPRP-2008-PD-02, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  28. A. Adelaja and C. McKeown. 2008. Michigan’s Offshore Wind Potential. Report for the Hannah Professor Research Program, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  29. M. Klepinger. 2008. Michigan Great Lakes Offshore Wind: Permitting Dry Run – Final Report. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  30. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, M. Wyckoff and E. Bailey. 2008. Old vs. New Economy: How States Grow: The Roles of New Economy Drivers in the U.S. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  31. A. Adelaja, M.A. Gibson, Y. Hailu and C. McKeown. 2008. Bringing Manufacturing into Focus: Job Loss in the Tri-County Region of Mid-Michigan (Lansing Region). Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Commerce: Economic Development Administration. Land Policy Institute, East Lansing, MI.
  32. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, R. Kuntzsch, M.B. Lake, M. Fulkerson, C. McKeown, L. Racevskis and N. Griswold. 2008. Comprehensive Study on Economic Valuation, Economic Impact Assessment, and State Conservation Funding of Green Infrastructure Assets in Michigan. Report No. CS-2008-01, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  33. K. Schneider. 2008. Smart Growth in the States: Survey of Recent Developments. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  34. A. Adelaja et al. 2008. Econometric Analysis of the Determinants of State’s Wind Capacity Installment. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 2008.
  35. A. Adelaja, Y. G. Hailu, R. Kuntzsch, M.B. Lake, M. Fulkerson, C. McKeown, L. Racevskis and N.Griswold. 2007. Economic Valuation of Natural Resource Amenities: A Hedonic Analysis of Hillsdale and Oakland Counties. Report No. CS-2007-03, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  36. S. Friedman, M. Colunga-Garcia and S. Gage. 2007. Quantitative Landscape Fragmentation Characteristics of Michigan 2001. Report No. 2007-10, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  37. G. Shultink, I. Saizen and L. Szymecko. 2007. The Economic Impact of Farmland Loss: Implications of Low Density Urbanization and Sprawl. Report No. 2007-07, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  38. G. Sands and L. Reese. 2007. Public Act 198 Industrial Facilities Tax Abatements: Current Practices and Policy Recommendations. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  39. A. Adelaja, Y. Hailu, R. Kuntzsch, M.B. Lake, M. Fulkerson, C. McKeown, L. Racevskis and N. Griswold. 2007. Economic Impact of Michigan’s State Parks: A Case Study of Ogemaw County. Report No. CS-2007-02, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  40. A. Adelaja, Y. G. Hailu, et al. 2007. State Conservation Spending in the United States: A Political Economy Analysis. Report No. 2007-08, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  41. G. Sands and L. Reese. 2007. Current Practices and Policy Recommendations Concerning Public Act 198 Industrial Facilities Tax Abatements. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  42. Land Policy Institute and MSU State and Local Government Program. 2007. Intergovernmental Cooperation in Michigan: A Policy Conference Final Report. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  43. L. Leefers. 2007. The U.P. Economy and the Role of Forest Products Industries. Report No. 2007-06, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  44. LPI. 2007. Helping to Shape Michigan’s Future: The First Report. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  45. R. Mohamed and B. Dancik. 2007. Priming the Pump: Assessing the Investment Impact of Michigan’s Site Assessment Fund. Report No. CS-2007-01, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  46. J. Olson, J. Paskus and G. Schultink. 2007. Public Preferences on the Integration of Natural Resource Information in Land Use Planning and Zoning: A Survey of Local and Regional Planning Officials. Report #2007-04, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  47. A. Adelaja, W. Rustem, G. Sands, R. Jelier, J. Horner, R. LaMore, J. Mayland, F. Supanich-Goldner, A. Spray. 2007. The State of Michigan Cities: An Index of Urban Prosperity. MIHELP Consortium, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  48. A. Adelaja, M. Lake, W. Rustem and K. Sullivan. 2007. Equity Insurance and Equity Mortgage: Evaluating Two Potential Cost-Saving Farmland Preservation Tools for Michigan. Report No. 2007-01, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  49. B. Neumann. 2007. Kalamazoo Agricultural Land Use. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  50. A. Adelaja, and M. Lake. 2007. Preserving Farmland and Achieving Agricultural Viability in the State of Michigan. Report No. 2007-03, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  51. A. Adelaja, C. Peterson, M. Lake, C. Popelier, and W. Rustem. 2007. Enabling Innovation in Michigan Agriculture. Report No. 2007-02, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  52. A. Adelaja, M.B. Lake and P. Gottlieb. 2006. Commerce Centers in Michigan: Data and Analysis to Support Policy Decisions. Report prepared for the Office of the Governor, State of Michigan. Report No. 2006-04, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  53. A. Adelaja, M. Lake, P. Harlow, D. Roberts, Sr., and W. Rustem. 2006. Alternative Funding Sources for Farmland Preservation in Michigan. Report prepared for the Office of the Governor, State of Michigan. Report No. 2006-03, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  54. M. Najafi, R. Mohamed, A. Tayebi, A. Adelaja, M. Lake, P. Gottlieb and W. Rustem. 2006. The Fiscal Impacts of Alternative Single Family Housing Densities: Infrastructure Costs. Report prepared for the Office of the Governor, State of Michigan. Report No. 2006-02, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  55. A. Adelaja, M. Lake, M. Colunga-Garcia, M. Hamm, J. Bingen, S. Gage and M. Heller. 2006. Acreage and Funding Goals for Farmland Preservation in Michigan: Targeting Resiliency, Diversity and Flexibility. Report prepared for the Office of the Governor, State of Michigan. Report No. 2006-01, Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI.
  56. B. Neumann and M. Kaercher. 2006. St. Joseph County Agriculture: Past, Present and Future. Report prepared by St. Joseph County Extension. Land Policy Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  57. A. Adelaja. Plan of Work for Land Use at MSU. Report submitted to the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station. Land Policy Program, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  58. MLULC. 2003. Michigan’s Land, Michigan’s Future: Final Report of the Michigan Land Use Leadership Council. Michigan Land Use Leadership Council, Lansing, MI.