Margaret M. Cowell

Margaret M. Cowell

Margaret M. Cowell

2009 Instructor, City and Regional Planning, Cornell University
2006 Adjunct Professor, Urban and Regional Planning, SUNY at Buffalo
2004-2006 Assistant Regional Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Buffalo, New York
Cowell, M. Gainsborough, J, & Lowe, K. (2015). “Homogenized diversity: Economic visions in the Great Recession.” Journal of Urban Affairs.

Cowell M. (2014). Dealing with Deindustrialization: Adaptive Resilience in American Midwestern Regions. Routledge.

Cowell, M., DeSouza, K. (in press). “Micro-scale Disasters and Local Resiliency.” In James Bohland and Jack Harrald (Eds.) (Ed.), The Resiliency Challenge: Transforming Theory to Action. Charles C Thomas Press.

Cowell, M., Provo, J. (2014). Reshoring and the ‘Manufacturing Moment’. In John Bryson, Jennifer Clark, Vida Vanchan (Ed.), The Handbook of Manufacturing Industries in the World Economy. Edward Elgar.

Cowell, M., Mayer, H. (2013). Anchor Institutions and Disenfranchised Communities: Lessons for DHS and St. Elizabeths. In Robert Silverman and Kelly Patterson (Ed.), Re-Thinking Revitalization in the Inner-City: Schools and Other Institutions in the Community Development Process. Routledge.

Cowell, M. (2013). “Bounce Back or Move On: Regional Resilience and Economic Development Planning.” Cities. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2012.04.001

Mayer, H. & Cowell, M. (2012). Capital Cities as Knowledge Hubs: The Economic Geography of Homeland Security Contracting. In Ben DeRudder (Ed.), Hub Cities in the Knowledge Economy. Ashgate.

Pendall, R., Foster, K. & Cowell, M.( 2010). “Resilience and Regions: Building Understanding of the Metaphor.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 3(1): 71 – 84.

Cowell, M. (2010). “Polycentric Regions: Comparing Complementarity and Institutional Governance in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Randstad and Emilia-Romagna.” Urban Studies 47(5): 945-965.

Cowell, M. (2005). “Prison Privatization: Frugal Funding or Investment Scam?” Progressive Planning, No. 163: 25-26.

Cowell, M. & Deitz, R. (2005). “How New York State’s Agriculture Industry Is Staying Competitive” The Regional Economy of Upstate New York. Spring.

“Polycentric Regions: Comparing Complementarity and Institutional Governance in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Randstad, and Emilia-Romagna”, Urban Studies (forthcoming 2009).

“Regional Resilience: Building Clarity for a Potentially Fuzzy Concept” (with Rolf Pendall and Kate Foster) Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society (forthcoming 2009/10).

“Prison Privatization: Frugal Funding or Investment Scam?” 2005. Progressive Planning, No. 163: 25-26.

“How New York State’s Agriculture Industry Is Staying Competitive” (with Richard Deitz). 2005. The Regional Economy of Upstate New York. Spring