Title: Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Michigan State University
Personal Website: http://www.elizabethmack.com

2010 Ph.D. Geography, Indiana University 2006 M.A Applied Economics, University of Cincinnati 2001 B.S Finance, Virginia Tech 2001 B.A Spanish, Virginia Tech

Research Interests:

Broadband, technological change, entrepreneurship, economic development, spatio-temporal methods, input-output modeling, and spatial econometrics.

Research Activities:

the knowledge economy, crime analysis, sex offender policy

Recent Publications:

2010 Mack, E.A. and T.H. Grubesic. “All Jobs Are Not Created Equal: Divergent Indicators in the Information Economy”. (forthcoming Applied Geography). 2010 Mack, E. A. and Grubesic, T.H.. “Social Disorganization, Sex Offenders And Residential Location: A Predictive Analytical Framework.” (forthcoming Environment and Planning A). 2009 Mack, E.A. and T.H. Grubesic. Forecasting Broadband Provision. Information Economics and Policy. 21(4): 297-311. 2009 Mack, E.A. and T. H. Grubesic. Broadband Provision and Firm Location: An Exploratory Spatial Analysis. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie. 100(3): 298-315.