Community Resources & Economic Development


List of publications by CRED faculty, with most recent listed first.

  • Maumbe, K. & Arbogast, D. (2014). An analysis of the relationship between visitor motivation, destination evaluation and future behavior intention. Journal of Travel Research. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Dougherty, M. J. (2013, July 2). [Review of the book Marketing UNterstate highways: bringing out-of-town dollars to non-destination small towns, by John L. Gann, Jr.]. Community Development, 44:4, 521-523.
  • Dougherty, M. J. (2013, July 2). [Review of the book The Small Town Planning Handbook, 3rd edition, by Thomas L. Daniels, John W. Keller, Mark B. Lapping, Katherine Daniels & James Segedy]. Community Development 44:4, 523-524.
  • Dougherty, M. J. (2010, July 5). [Review of the book Creative leadership: skills that drive change, by Gerald J. Puccio, Mary C. Murdock & Marie Mance]. Community Development 41:2, 285-286.
  • Dougherty, M. J. & Klase, K. A. (2010). E-Government and its Potential to Facilitate Citizen Participation in State Budget Deliberations. In Carl D. Ekstrom (Ed.), E-Government Website Development: Future Trends and Strategic Models (pp. 342-362). Hershey, Pa: IGI Global.
  • Dougherty, M. J. (2009). Resolving budget cuts and growing budgets: The case of West Virginia. International Journal of Public Administration, 32(7), 578-592.
  • Dougherty, M. J. & Klase, K. A. (2009). Fiscal retrenchment in state budgeting: Revisiting cutback management in a new era. International Journal of Public Administration, 32(7), 593-619.
  • Martell, C. R., Dougherty, M., & Smith, J. (2009). Tribute to Richard E. Zody. Public Budgeting & Finance, 29(1), 1-11
  • Dougherty, M. J. (2008, November 20). [Review of the book Environmental Land Use Planning and Management, by John Randolph]. Community Development 39:3, 164-165.
  • Klase, K. A., & Dougherty, M. J. (2008). The impact of performance budgeting and state budget outcomes. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, 20(3), 277-298.

This report quantifies and describes quality of life trends in West Virginia’s counties. The report can be of value to the state’s development practitioners in targeting programs to counties and regions with the most need, to researchers identifying the factors that make some counties more successful than others, and to local policy-makers shaping regional development strategies.

Conference Proceedings

  • Arbogast, D. & Maumbe, K. (2013). Understanding visitor demand and service provider perceptions of green travel in West Virginia. Proceedings of the 2013 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.