Complete List of Publications

By Date

1999-Present 1987-1999

1999-Present

Kazmierski, B, M. Kornmann, D. Marcouiller, and J. Prey.  2009.  Trails and their gateway communities: A case study of recreational use compatibility and economic impacts.  Cooperative Extension Monograph 3880, Board of Regents of the, University of Wisconsin System: Madison, Wisconsin

Marcouiller, D.W., J. Prey, and I. Scott.  2009.  The regional supply of outdoor recreation resources: Demonstrating the use of location quotients as a management tool. Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration. 27(4): 92-107

Marcouiller, D.W., I. Scott and J. Prey.  2008.  Outdoor recreation planning: A comprehensive approach to understanding use interaction.  CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3 (90): 1-12.

Marcouiller, D.W. and X. Xia.  2008.  Distribution of income from tourism sensitive employment.  Tourism Economics 14, 3: 545-565.

Clements, J. and D. W. Marcouiller. 2008. Regional economic impacts of the Menominee tribal enterprises forestry and mill operations. Extension Report 08.2   Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI. 29 pages

Marcouiller, D.W.  2007. Rural tourism promotion as public policy: Panacea or Pandora’s Box? Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 37, 1: 28-31

Marcouiller, D.W., P. Schmalz, and W. Sierchula.  2007.  Tournament Angling in Wisconsin: Estimating Economic Impacts for Host Communities.  Extension Report 07-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wiscosnin - Madison/Extension.

Hass, Ed, Neil Dixon, Bill Ryan, and Dave Marcouiller.  2006.  A Proposed Bicycle and Horse Trail From Spring Valley to Elmwood, WI: The Extent and Impact of Visitor Expenditures.   Extension Report 06-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison/Extension

Bowe, S. A. and D. W. Marcouiller.  2006.  Alternative tourism-timber dependencies and the development of forested rural regions. Forest Policy and Economics 2007 Volume: 9 2007

Kim, K.K., D.W. Marcouiller, and S.C. Deller. 2005. Natural amenities and rural development: Understanding spatial and distributional attributes. Growth and Change 36(2): 273-297.

Marcouiller, D.W. and J. Prey.  2005.  The tourism supply linkage: Recreational sites and their related natural amenities.  Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 35(1): 29-39.

Marcouiller, D.W.. 2005. Tourism and rural development: job quantity or job quality.  Paper for session on Rural Policy Recommendation for State Legislatures,  52nd North American meetings of the Regional Science Association, International, November 10-12, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Marcouiller, D.W..  2005.  The distribution of income from hospitality sectors: myth and reality of employment in tourism.  Paper for presentation at the  52nd North American meetings of the Regional Science Association, International, November 10-12, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Marcouiller, D.W..  2005.  The occupational income structure of tourism employment: debunking conventional wisdom about a perceived development panacea.   Paper for presentation at the 46th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, October 27-30, 2005 in Kansas City, MO.

Marcouiller, D.W.  2005.  The location and reality of tourism income: moving beyond aggregate estimates and conventional wisdom.   Paper for presentation at the 36th Annual Conference of the Mid-continent Regional Science Assn., April 7-9, 2005 in Washington, D.C.

Marcouiller, D.W. Ian Scott, and J. Prey.  2005.  Addressing recreation conflict: Providing a conceptual basis for management.  Working Paper 05-2 Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin.

Marcouiller, D.W. and J. Prey. 2005 Providing opportunities for outdoor recreation: Standardizing county-level supply elements as a component of the 2005-2010 Wisconsin SCORP. Working Paper 05-1. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Bowe, S.A. and D.W. Marcouiller. 2004 Regional dependence and location of the wood products sector in the Northeastern United States: Unique attributes of an export-based industry.  Wood and Fiber Science 36(2): 161-173.

Marcouiller, D., E. Goodman, S. Fox, and D. Scheler.  2004.  Travel and Tourism Employment in Wisconsin: Moving Beyond Aggregate Estimates and Conventional Wisdom.  Paper 04-2. Madison, WI: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Marcouiller, D., S. Bowe, and J.C. Dissart.  2004.  Forests and Rural Economic Development in the Northeastern United States.  Staff Paper 04-1. Madison, WI: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Marcouiller, D.W., K.K. Kim, and S.C. Deller. 2004. Natural amenities, tourism, and income distribution.  Annals of Tourism Research 31: 1032-1051

Marcouiller, D.W. 2003.  State parks and the economic impacts of their visitors.  Community Economics, Number 317, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Cooperative Extension Service.

Herried, Peter, D.W. Marcouiller, and J. Prey.  2003.  Standardizing county-level recreation supply components.  Working Paper 03-2, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison.

Hass, Ed, Peter Herreid, and Dave Marcouiller.  2003.  The In-Fishermen Walleye Tourament: A study of economic impacts in Pierce County and the surrounding Lake Pepin region.   Extension Report 03-3, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison/Extension.

Marcouiller, D. W.  2003.  Water economics: The dismal art of valuing common pool resources.  Lakeline

Zeaman, A.R., M. Koles, and D. W. Marcouiller.  2003.  Ensuring open space: An assessment of factors that explain state-sponsored land protection programs.  Departmental Paper Series, UW- Madison/ Extension, Department of Community Resource Development. Madison, WI

Roback, P. and D.W. Marcouiller..   2003.  Economic impacts of the Port Washington maritime heritage center: a study of projected impacts.  Staff Paper  03.01, Center for Community Economic Development, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., K. Koo-Kim, and B. RajBhandary.  2003.  The exurban renaissance: assessing the role of amenities and technology in economic planning.   Paper for presentation at the 3rd AESOP/ACSP Congress July 8-12, 2003, Leuven, Belgium

B. C. RajBhandary and D. W. Marcouiller.  2003.  Telematic and the changing economic structure of rural communities: the implications of a general break-down in both geographic & economic space.   Paper for the presentation at the 34 Annual Conference of the Mid-continent Regional Science Association, May 29-31, 2003, Cleveland, Ohio.

Marcouiller, D.W., E.F. Olson, and J. Prey.  2002.  State parks and their gateway communities: Development and recreation planning issues in Wisconsin.  Cooperative Extension Monograph G3773, Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D. W., J. G. Clendenning, and R. Kedzior..  2002.   Natural amenity led development and rural planning.  CPL Bibliography 365 Journal of Planning Literature 16(4): 515-542

Marcouiller, D. W. and S. C. Deller..   2001.  Thirty years of regional science in the North American mid-continent: A content analysis of Regional Science Perspective and the Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy.   Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 31(2): 33-44.

Marcouiller, D.W., A. Anderson, and L. Hewitt.  2001. Outdoor recreation, community development, and change through time: a replicated study of canoeing and trout angling in southwestern Wisconsin.   Staff Paper 00.2, Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Madison/-Extension, Madison, WI. 85 pages.

Marcouiller, D.W. and E. Olson.  2001.  State owned recreational sites and their surrounding communities: An assessment of rural development impacts.  Staff Paper 00.2, Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Madison/-Extension, Madison, WI. 67 pages.

Anderson, A., L. Hewitt, and D. W. Marcouiller. 2001.  Canoeing and angling in southwestern Wisconsin: a look at recreation and community change over time. Madison WI: Board Regents of the University of Wisconsin.

English,  D.B.K., D. W.  Marcouiller, and H. K. Cordell.  2000.  Tourism dependence in rural America: Estimates and effects Society & Natural Resources 13, 1: 185-202.

Marcouiller, D.W. and J.C. Stier. 2000 Modeling the regional economic aspects of forest management alternatives .  Proceedings of the 7th Symposium on System Analysis of Forest Resources USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NB; pp. 411-427.

Fox, S., D.W. Marcouiller and L. Nevers.  2000. Devils Lake state park and the Baraboo valley: a case study of gateway communities in the Midwest.  Proceeding of the 2000 Conference the Small City and Regional Community September 28-29, 2000 Madison, WI.

1987-1999

Stier, J.C., K. K. Kim, and D. W. Marcouiller.  1999.  Forest productivity, and land ownership in the U.S. lake states.   Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29, 6: 1736-1742

English,  D.B.K. and D. W.  Marcouiller.   1999.   Local jobs and income from outdoor recreation.   In: Cordell H.K. (ed.) Outdoor Recreation in America Life: A National Assessment of Demand and Supply Trends Sagamore Publishing, Champaign, IL.  290-294

Hartzell, J. and D.W. Marcouiller.  1999.  Economic aspects of professional sports facilities and the planning challenge.   CPL Bibliography 355 Journal of Planning Literature 14, 1: 131-146.

Leatherman, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.  1999.  Moving beyond the modeling of economic growth: A study of how income is distributed to rural households.   Economic Development Quarterly 13, 1:38-45

Leatherman, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.   1999.  Study area specification in forestry economic impact analysis: modifying county level secondary data.   Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 16, 3:129-136.

Marcouiller, D.W., S.C. Deller, J. Moskal, and S. Grabow.  1999.  Assessing potential economic and ecological impacts of removing the Indian Ford dam.   Staff Paper 99.3 Center for Community Economic Development, University of Wisconsin- Extension, Madison, WI  68 pages.

Marcouiller, D.W..  1999. Alternative forest uses and resource-dependent communities: Is the glass half empty or half-full? Community Economics, Number 271, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Cooperative Extension Service.

Marcouiller, Dave and Scott Coggins.  1999.  Water: Issues of property rights.  Publication G3698 - 3, University of Wisconsin - System Board of Regents, Madison, WI (in-press.) 6 pages.

Olson, E., D.W. Marcouiller, and J. Prey.  1999.  Characteristics of forest-based recreational user groups: an analysis of data in support of the 1998 Wisconsin statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation planning process.   Staff paper 98.4  Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Extension, Madison, WI./Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Parks and Recreation Publication PR447.

Marcouiller, D. W.   1998. Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism. Tourism Economics 4, 2: 131-145

Marcouiller, D. W..   1998.  Toward integrative tourism planning in rural America.   Journal of Planning Literature 11, 3: 337-357.

Marcouiller, D.W. and T. Mace..   1998.  Forest based recreation and timber production in the northwoods: A resource planning assessment with specific reference to the Northern Highlands - American Legion State Forest (NHALSF.).  Staff Paper 98.3; Department of Urban and Regional Planning, UW-Madison /Extension, Madison, WI. 52 pages.

Ford, J. and D.W. Marcouiller.   1998.  The Wisconsin maritime museum in Manitowoc: a study of economic impacts resulting from expansion.   Extension Report 98.2, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin Madison, Madison, WI. 15 pages.

Marcouiller, D.W. and S.C. Deller.  1998. Recreational housing trends.   Occasional Notes 93.1, Tourism Research and Resource Center, UW-Extension, Madison, WI 2 pages.

Marcouiller, D. W.  1998. The compatibility of timber production with forest-based recreation: developing a basis for evaluating users conflicts.

Marcouiller, D. W..  1998.  Land tenancy and the production of nonmarket forest resources: an opportunity cost approach Paper for presentation at the "Who owns America II: How land and natural resources are owned and controlled" conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center, June 3-6, 1998 Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., S.C, Deller, and J. E. Wagner.  1998.  The role of non-market forest resources in rural development: an environmental social accounting matrix approach.  Paper for presentation at the "Who owns America II: How land and natural resources are owned and controlled" conference organized by the North American program of the Land Tenure Center and Lincoln Land Institute, June 3-6, 1998 Madison, WI

Marcouiller, D. W. and J. C. Stier1997 Income distribution and alternative forest management  regimes: A case study from the U.S. Lake States. Invited paper presented at the XI World Forestry Congress, October 13-22, 1997, Antalya, Turkey. In: Policies, institution and means for sustainable forestry development Proceedings of the XI World Forestry Congress. UN-FAO and IUFRO Technical Report Ankara, Turkey, p. 289

Marcouiller, Dave and Gary Green.  1997.  Economic development and land use: Different strokes for different folks. Community Economics, Number 246, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Cooperative Extension Service.

Jepson, E.J., D.W. Marcouiller, S.C. Deller.  1997.  Incorporating market and nonmarket values into regional planning for rural development.  CPL Bibliographies #338/#339/#340, in Journal of Planning Literature 12, 2: 220-257.

Wilson, T., D.W. Marcouiller, and T. Sutphin.   1997.  Trends in the east-central Wisconsin tourism industry: An analysis of activity in four tourism related sectors.  Staff Paper 96.5, Center for Community for Economic Development, University of Wisconsin Extension, Madison, WI. 16 pages.

Haines, A., D.W.  Marcouiller, N.R. Sumathi and Al Anderson.   1997. Regional economic impact assessments: An annotated bibliography of selected Wisconsin studies.  Staff Paper 97.3 Center for Community Economic Analysis, UW Extension, Madison, WI.

Hanken, J. and D.W. Marcouiller. 1997 Economic impacts of the Kenosha automobile museum: a study of projected effects. Staff Paper 97.5 Community for Economic Development, University of Wisconsin- Extension, Madison WI. 11 pages.

Marcouiller, D. W., S. C. Deller.  1997.  Modeling market and nonmarket interactions in rural  resource-dependent regions.   Paper for presentation tat the Annual Meetings of the Mid-Continent Regional Science Association, Indianapolis, IN, June 1997.

Marcouiller, D. W..  1997.  Alternative resource management regimes and the development of rural forested regions.   Paper for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning November 6-9 1997.

Marcouiller, D. W., D.K. Lewis. F. Schreiner.  1996.  Timber production factor shares by forest tenancy group.  Land Economics 72, 3:358-369.

Marcouiller, D. W., D.F. Schreiner, D.K. Lewis.  1996.  The impact of forest land use on regional value added.  Review of Regional Studies 26, 2: 211-233

Marcouiller, D. W..  1996. Development Issues of rural source-dependent regions.  Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 28, 2: 49-51.

Marcouiller, D.W. and J.C. Stier.  1996. Forest management alternatives and income distribution in the lake states.   Staff Paper Series #48, Department of Forestry, University of Wisconsin - Madison 26 pages.

Leatherman, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.  1996.  Income distribution characteristics of rural economic sectors: Implications for local development policy.   Growth and Change 27, 4:434-459.

Leatherman, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.  1996.  Estimating tourism's share of local income from secondary data sources.  Review of Regional Studies 26, 3: 317-339.

Leatherman, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.  1996.  Persistent poverty and natural resource dependence: Rural development policy analysis that incorporates income distribution.   Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 28, 2: 73-93.

Preissing, J., D.W. Marcouiller. G. Green, S. Deller, and N.R> Sumathi.  1996.  Recreational homes and regional development: A comparison of two northern Wisconsin counties.  Staff Paper 96.4, Center for Community for Economic Development, University of Wisconsin Extension, Madison, WI. 16 pages.

Hamilton, S. M., D.W. Marcouiller, and W.C. Norman.  1996.  The merrimac ferry: a study of rider behavior and attitude.   Staff Paper 96.1, Center for community Economic Development, University of Wisconsin-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W.  1996.  Rural public services and the eyes of the beholder: the case of recreation homeowners and residents. Community Economics, Number 233, Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics, University of Wisconsin- Madison Cooperative Extension Service.

Marcouiller, D.W.  and study team.  1996.  At work in Florence County: commercial recreation.  Report 96.2, Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W. and study team.  1996.  At work in Florence County: the public sector. Report 96.3, Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W. and study team.  1996.  At work in Florence county: timber and wood processing. Report 96.1, Center for Community Economic Development, UW-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W. and A. Anderson.  1996.  Trout angling and regional development. At Work in the Kickapoo factsheet series, University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., S. C. Deller, N. R. Sumathi, and D. L. Erkkila 1996. Recreational homes and regional development: a case study from the upper great lakes states.  University of Wisconsin, Cooperative Extension.  Madison,  WI.

Marcouiller, D. W., D. F. Schreiner, D.K. Lewis.  1995.  The distributive economic impacts of intensive timber production.   Forest Science 41, 1:122-139.

Marcouiller, D. W..  1995. Tourism planning.   Paper 316, Council of Planning Librarians  Bibliography Series. Chicago, IL.

Marcouiller, D.W., H. Moyer, and C. Nelson.  1995. Travel and race: addressing tourism diversity.   Staff Paper 95.1 Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison WI.

Norman, W.C., S. Hamilton, and D.W. Marcouiller.  1995. A profile of visitors to the 1993 experimental aircraft association air adventure museum.  Staff Paper 95.4, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison, WI.

Norman, W.C., D.W. Marcouiller, and S. Hamilton.  1995. A profile of visitors to the 1994 Dane county fair.  Staff Paper, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W. and J. Alpi. 1995. Using county sales tax to identify tourism trends: selected Wisconsin counties.  Extension Report 95.1, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., S. Hamilton, and C. Jobe.  1995.  Farm progress days 1994: economic and educational impacts.   Staff Paper 95.1, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., J. Preissing, and J. Alpi.  1995.  Regional economic impacts of the Crex Meadows wildlife refuge.   Staff Paper 95.4 Tourism Research and Recourse Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D.W..  1995. The community impacts of festivals and events Community Economics Number 222, Department of Agricultural Economics University of Wisconsin- Madison Cooperative Extension Service.

Marcouiller, D.W., S. Deller, and Gary Green.   1995.  Expenditures of recreational homeowners in Wisconsin.  Tourism Reports, Number 95.1, Tourism Research and Resource Center, UW-Extension, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D. W. and D. K. Lewis.  1994.  Development and use of a supply-determined social accounting matrix to evaluate economic impacts of forest productivity on distribution of regional income.  IN; Wear D. N. Policy and Forestry: Design, Evaluation, and Spillovers Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop Duke University, Durham, NC. 238-247

Jepson, E. J., and D.W. Marcouiller.  1994. Ethnic variation in leisure and recreational interests.   Paper 311, Council of Planning Librarians Bibliography Series. Chicago, IL.

Norman, B. and D. Marcouiller.  1994.  Expenditure patterns of school of the arts at Rhinelander participants. Staff Paper 94.14, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin- Extension, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D.W..  1994. Tourism-related labor returns in northern Wisconsin.  Staff Paper 94.1, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W..  1994.  Economic impact of the Wisconsin maritime museum.  Staff Paper 94.2 Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin - Extension, Madison WI.

Von Koninsveld, R., W. W.C. Norman, and D.W. Marcouiller.  1994. Eagle watchers alone the Wisconsin river: survey results from the winter of 1993-1994.  Staff Paper 94.3, Tourism Research and Resource Center, University of Wisconsin- Extension, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D. W..  1994.  Income distribution and tourism planning development issues specific to rural forested regions.  Paper for presentation at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate School Planning Phoenix, Arizona, November 3-6, 1994

Marcouiller, D. W.  1994. Using minimum requirements to define tourism-related labor returns.   Paper for presentation at the 25th Annual Meetings of the Mid-Continent Regional Science Association Chicago, Illinois; June 3-4 1994.

Marcouiller, D. W., D. F. Schreiner, D.K. Lewis.   1993.  Constructing a social accounting matrix to assess distributive economic impacts of timber production.  Regional Science Perspectives 23, 2: 60-90.

Deller, S.C., N.R. Sumathi, and D.W. Marcouiller.  1993.  Regional economic models for the state of Wisconsin: an application of the microIMPLAN modeling system.   Staff paper 93.6, Ctr. For Community Economic Development, Univ. of Wisconsin-Extension, Madison WI.

Marcouiller, D.W.  1993.  Economic impacts of tourism: where do travelers' expenditures go?  Occasional Notes 93.2 Tourism Research and Resource Center, UW-Extension, Madison, WI.

Marcouiller, D.W., A. Stoecker, and H. Mapp.   1992.  Use of simulation and assets replacement theory to evaluate thinning strategies in forest plantations.   Journal of Agriculture & Applied Economics 25, 1:294.

Marcouiller, D.W.  1992. Firewood: an alternative enterprise to improve woodlot management and provide income.   Alternative Agriculture Enterprises: Forestry and Aquaculture Cooperative Extension Service Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Oklahoma State University.

Marcouiller, D.W., Ray, D.F. Schreiner, D.K. Lewis.  1992.  Estimating economic impacts of programming. Journal Extension 30, 3: 20-23.

Marcouiller, D. W., P. McDowell, D. Walters and S. Anderson.  1991.  Use of wood as a residential heating fuel: Status of current consumption in Oklahoma.  Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Oklahoma State University Forestry Extension Report No. 4

Marcouiller, D. W., D.E. Ray, D.F. Schreiner, D.K. Lewis.  1991.  On estimating the regional economic development impacts of extension programming.  Southern Journal of Agriculture Economics 23, 1: 268.

Marcouiller, D.W. and S. Anderson.  1991.  Availability and marketing of Christmas trees in Oklahoma.  Proceedings of the 10th Oklahoma Horticulture Industry Meetings January 4-5, 1991 Tulsa, OK 150-154.

Marcouiller, D.W. and S. Anderson.  1990.  Christmas trees in  Oklahoma: Results of a grower survey.  Proceedings of the 9th Annual Oklahoma Horticulture Industry Meetings January 5-6, 1990; Tulsa, OK 90-94.

Marcouiller, D. W. and P.V. Ellefson.  1987.  Forest land use and management conflicts: A review and
evaluation of approaches for management
.  Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Paper # 73.