Mark L. Burkey

TitleProfessor

DepartmentEconomics

Phone336-285-3332

Fax336-256-2055

Emailburkeym@ncat.edu

Websitewww.burkeyacademy.com

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 143

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Mark L. Burkey

Education

Ph D: Economic Theory, Duke University, 1998

MA: Economics, Duke University, 1994

BA: Economics, Banking, Math, Appalachian State University, 1992


Research Interests

Recent work combines Economic Theory, GIS, spatial econometrics, and Operations Research methods to analyze the accessibility of facilities (such as hospitals), and how accessibility can be most efficiently improved. He is also adept at applying spatial econometrics to answer research questions. He has over 300 educational YouTube videos, indexed at http://www.burkeyacademy.com.


Recent Publications

Burkey, Mark  Bhadury, Joy  Eiselt, H.A.   Toyoglu, Hunkar  (2017).  The Impact of Hospital Closures on Geographical Access: Evidence from Four Southeastern States of the United States.  (4,  pp. 56-66).  Operations Research Perspectives.

Burkey, Mark  Kurepa, Alexandra  (2016).  Spatial Nonlinear Pricing with Per-Trip versus Per-Unit Transportation Costs.  (3,  46,  pp. 237-255).  The Review of Regional Studies.

Burkey, Mark  (2015).  Making Educational and Scholarly Videos with Screen Capture Software.  (2,  2,  pp. 2-10).  REGION (Journal of the European Regional Science Association).

Bhadury, Joy  Burkey, Mark  Troy, Samuel  (2015).  Location Modeling for Logistics Parks.  In H. A. Eiselt, V. Marinov,  Applications of Location Analysis   Springer.

Edwards, Jeffrey  Burkey, Mark  (2014).  Forecasting the Public’s Acceptability of Municipal Water Regulation and Price Rationing for Communities on the Ogallala Aquifer.  (1,  40,  pp. 1-30).  Journal of Economics.

Eiselt, HA  Bhadury, Joy  Burkey, Mark  (2013).  An Optimization-Based Framework for Modeling Counterterrorism Strategies.  (April,  26,  pp. 7-31).  OR Insight, Palgrave MacMillan.

Burkey, Mark  (2013).  Game Theory: Anticipating Reactions for Winning Actions.   Business Expert Press.

Burkey, Mark  (2012).  Decomposing geographic accessibility into component parts: methods and an application to hospitals.  (3,  48,  pp. 783-800).  Annals of Regional Science / Springer.