Kathleen Miller is the Director of Academic Programs and Assistant Teaching Professor in the Truman School of Public Affairs. For 15 years, she served as the Program Director for the Rural Policy Research Institute, a research institute focused on the design and impact of public policy on rural people and places. Her research interests are in the areas of rural economic development and rural poverty. S She holds an M.S. in Agricultural Economics from Penn State University.
Regional and Economic Development Policy
Weber, Bruce, J. Matthew Fannin, Kathleen Miller and Stephan Goetz. 2018. Intergenerational Mobility of Low‐income Youth in Metropolitan and Non‐metropolitan America: A Spatial Analysis.” Regional Science Policy and Practice, 10(2): 87-101.
Weber, Bruce A. and Kathleen Miller (2017). “Poverty in Rural America: Then and Now.” Chapter 2 in Rural Poverty in the United States, edited by Ann R. Tickamyer, Jennifer Sherman, and Jennifer Warlick. Columbia University Press.
County Level Resilience and Vulnerability Index
Kathleen K. Miller, Brian Dabson
How Should We Define and Measure Community Resilience?