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MARK  WILSON

RESUME
CURRENT POSITION

 

Associate Director: School of Planning, Design and Construction, Michigan State University

 

Professor: Urban & Regional Planning/Geography, Michigan State University

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1987.  Regional Science

 

A.M.  University of Pennsylvania, 1983.  Regional Science

 

M.A.  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1981.  Economics

 

M.Commerce. University of Melbourne, 1979.  Regional/Urban Economics

 

B.Commerce. University of Melbourne, 1977.  Economics

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Consultant and evaluator on information technology and nonprofit matters for various government agencies, firms, and nonprofit organizations, including:  W. K. Kellogg Foundation; Michigan Nonprofit Association; ConnectMichigan; Learning to Give; United Way of Battle Creek; Michigan Family Independence Agency; Michigan Department of Corrections; and Reuters North America

 

 

Board and Community Service: National Center for Charitable Statistics; Michigan Nonprofit Association; Aspen Institute Nonprofit Research Fund for Michigan; Measures Project (Independent Sector)

 

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

Asian Planning and Practice: Korea/China 2010

Asian Planning and Practice: Korea/China 2008

Food, Environmental and Social Systems, New Zealand/Australia 2006

Freshman Seminar Abroad, Japan 2005

US Pavilion Guide Program, Expo2005, Japan 2005

Food, Environmental and Social Systems, Australia 2005

Food, Environmental and Social Systems, Australia/New Zealand 2004

Earth Systems Sciences in Antarctica, Antarctica 2003

Agricultural, Environmental and Social Systems, Australia 1999

Expo98 Host/Scholar Program, Portugal 1998  

Expo93 Host/Scholar Program, South Korea 1993  

Public Policy at Cambridge University, United Kingdom 1989  

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 

Mark Wilson and Kenneth E Corey.  "Approaching Ubiquity: Global Trends and Issues in ICT Access and Use.  Journal of Urban Technology  2011

Kenneth E Corey and Mark Wilson. "Benchmarking IT Cities" in Kallidaikurichi S and Yuen B (Eds) Developing Living Cities: From Analysis to Action  Singapore: World Scientific.  2010.

“Event Engineering: Urban Planning for Olympics and World's Fairs” in Brunn, S D  (Ed) Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Megaengineering Projects. Dordrecht: Springer Science + Business Media. 2010

 Kenneth E Corey and Mark Wilson.  “e-Business and e-Commerce” in Kitchin R, Thrift N (Eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Oxford: Elsevier, (1):285-290. 2009.

Kenneth E Corey and Mark Wilson.  The ALERT Model:  A Planning-Practice Process for Planning Knowledge-Based Urban and Regional Development” in Yigitcanlar, Velibeyoglu, & Baum  (Eds) Knowledge-Based Urban Development: Planning and Applications in the Information Era, Hershey PA: IGI Global, pp82-100. 2008.

Kenneth E Corey and Mark Wilson.  “Toward Good eGovernance for the Future in Southeast Asia” in Banerjee, I and Rao, M (Eds)  Media and Development in Asia:  Regional Perspectives,  Singapore: Cavendish pp15-39. 2008.

Kenneth Corey and Mark Wilson Urban and Regional Technology Planning: Planning Practice in the Global Knowledge Economy  London: Routledge (2006)

 

 

Kenneth Corey and Mark Wilson "Jean Gottmann: Contributions Inoubliables a la Theorie et la Plannification Urbaine"  Actes du Colloque Internationale (2006)

 

 

"Chips, Bits and the Law: An Economic Geography of Internet Gambling"  Environment and Planning B  (2003)

 

 

Mark I. Wilson and R Sam Larson  "Nonprofit Management Students: Who They Are and Why They Enroll?"  Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly  (2002)  31(3):259-270

 

 

"Commercial Implications of Cyberspace Geography"  Economia & Prospectiva (20):115-130

 

 

"Location, Location, Location: The Geography of the dot com Problem" Environment and Planning B  (2001) 28(1):59-71

 

 

"Dot Com Development: Are T1 Lines Better Than Tractors?"  in T R Leinbach and S D Brunn (Eds)  (2001)  The Worlds of Electronic Commerce  Wiley. 

 

 

Mark I. Wilson and Laura Huntoon  "World's Fairs and Urban Development: Lisbon and Expo98"  International Review of Comparative Public Policy Vol. 12. (2001)

 

 

"The Fall of the Mall? The Impact of Online Travel Sales on Travel Agencies"  Journal of Urban Technology 7(2):43-58 (2000)

 

 

Corey, K. & Wilson, M.  (Eds) 2000  Information Tectonics: Space, Place, and Technology in an Electronic Age  London: Wiley.

 

 

"Accessibility and Societal Issues in the Information Age"  in Information, Place, and Cyberspace.  Hodge D and Janelle D (Eds)  Springer-Verlag  2000