Director of the Center for Urban Innovation; Associate Professor of Public Policy
- School of Public Policy
- Center for Urban Innovation
- Technology Policy and Assessment Center
- PhD, Cornell University
- MPlan, University of Minnesota
- BA, Wesleyan University (CT)
- Editor, Regional Studies
- Chair, Economic Geography Specialty Group, American Association of Geographers
- Nominating Committee, American Association of Geographers
- Regional Studies Association Best Book Award, 2009 - Remaking Regional Economies: Power, Labor, and Firm Strategies in the Knowledge Economy. London: Routledge.
- Honorary Senior Research Fellow, 2013-2016, University of Birmingham, UK
- Keynote Speaker. Smart Cities and Social Entrepreneurship: Remaking Markets and Manufacturing Open Innovation Spaces. The 19th Uddevalla Symposium on "Geography, Open Innovation, Diversity and Entrepreneurship", London, UK June 2016
- Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Canada Faculty Research Award, 2007 - 2010, Canadian Studies Program
- Commissioner, Bipartisan Commission on New Manufacturing, 2013-2014, Miller Center, University of Virginia
- Engineering, Science & Technology Policy Committee (ESTeP) Member, 2012-2014, International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE)
- Economic Adviser 2012-present, The Essential Economy Council
- Selected Participant, Science Tour 2016: City of the Future, DAAD: The German Academic Exchange Service or Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
- Economic Development and Smart Cities
- Global Cities and Urban Society
- Regional Economic Development
- Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy
- Urban Economics
- North America
- United States
- PUBP-4651: Public Policy Internship
- PUBP-6112: Research Dsgn-Polcy Sci
- PUBP-6602: Econ Dev Analy& Practice
- PUBP-6604: Urban Policy Analy& Plan
- PUBP-6741: Geography of Innovation
- PUBP-8550: Adv Urb&Region Econ Dev
- PUBP-8831: Special Topics
- Global Reversal, Regional Revival?
In: Regional Studies [Peer Reviewed]
- The Third Industrial Revolution and the City? Digital Manufacturing and the Transformation of Homes into Miniature Factories
- Clark, Jennifer (2016) Review of The Rise and Fall of Urban Economies, by Michael Storper, Tom Kemeny, Naji Makarem, and Taner Osman. Stanford Business Press: 2015. Economic Geography.
In: Economic Geography [Peer Reviewed]
- Taylor Shelton and Jennifer Clark, (2016) “Technocratic Values and Uneven Development in the “Smart City,” Metropolitics 10 May 2016.
In: Metropolitics [Peer Reviewed]
May 2016In the US, the idea of “smart cities” is coming to dominate federal government involvement in, and funding for, urban places. But the smart cities approach, which focuses on using digital applications to promote efficiency, competitiveness, and citizen participation in governance, raises questions about technocentrism in the reproduction of inequality and socio-spatial fragmentation.