"Weathering the Storm: Measuring Household
Willingness-to-Pay for Risk-Reduction in Post-Katrina New Orleans" by
Craig E. Landry, Paul Hindsley, Jamie B. Kruse, John C. Whitehead and
Kenneth R. Wilson. Revised and re-submitted to Southern Economic Journal 2011 77 (4): 991-1013.
"Going Home: Evacuation-Migration Decisions of Hurricane
Katrina Survivors" by Craig E. Landry, Okmyung Bin, Paul Hindsley, John
Whitehead, and Kenneth Wilson. Southern Economic Journal. 2007. 74 (2):
"Research Records and the Resolution of Misconduct
Allegations at Research Universities" by Kenneth Wilson, Alan Schreier,
Angel Griffin and David Resnik. Accountability in Research 14:57–71,
"Academic Research Record-Keeping: Best Practices for
Individuals, Group Leaders, and Institutions" by AA Schreier, KR Wilson,
and D. Resnik. Academic Medicine 81:42-47.
"A Comparative Assessment of Impacts and Recovery from
Hurricane Floyd among Student and Non-Student Households" by Marieke Van
Willigen, Bob Edwards, Stephanie Lormand, Ken Wilson, and John Maiolo
Natural Hazards Review. 2005 6:180-190.
"Social Stratification and the Digital Divide" by Kenneth R.
Wilson, Jennifer Wallin and Christa Reiser Handbook of Public
Information Systems (2nd edition) edited by David Garson. Taylor &
Francis. Pages 173-184.
"Seeking Alternatives For In-Service Technology Workshops From
The Teacher's Perspective" by William Sugar and Kenneth Wilson accepted
for publication in Journal of Computing in Teacher Education 2005
"Social Stratification: The Digital Divide in North Carolina" by
Kenneth Wilson, Christa Reiser, Kelly, Potter and Jennifer Wallin.
Sociation Today. 2004, 2: 1-21.
"Communicating Breast Cancer Risk: Patient Perceptions of
Provider Discussions " by Renee Royak-Schaler, Carrie N. Klabunde, Wendy
F. Greene, Donald R. Lannin, Brenda DeVellis, Wilson, Kenneth R. &
Brian Cheuvront. Medscape Women's Health eJournal 2002, 7(2):1-8.
"Refugee Settlements in Southern Sudan: Using Multivariate
Analysis to Assess Household Well-Being" by Johnathan Bascomb and
Kenneth R. Wilson. African Geographical Review. 2001, 21:61-78.
"Public Perceptions of Economic Development and Technology after
the Storms," by Kenneth Wilson, Bob Edwards, Marieke Van Willigen, John
R. Maiolo, and John C. Whitehead, in Facing Our Future: Hurricane Floyd
and Recovery in the Coastal Plain, edited by John R. Maiolo, John C.
Whitehead, Monica McGee, Lauriston King, Jeffrey Johnson, and Harold
Stone. Wilmington, NC: Coastal Carolina Press. Fall 2001.
"Hurricane Floyd's Impact on Eastern North Carolina Businesses"
by Kenneth Wilson, John R. Maiolo, Bob Edwards, John Whitehead, Marieke
Van Willigen in Ellen Wood Rickert (ed.), Eye of the Storm: Essays in
the Aftermath. Wilmington NC: Coastal Carolina Press. Spring 2000. Part
"Diagnostic Evaluation of Patients with Blunt Abdominal trauma: A
Decision Analysis" by Charles K. Brown, Kathleen A. Dunn and Kenneth
Wilson, Academic Emergency Medicine, 2000 7: 385-396.
"Heading for Higher Ground: Factors Affecting Real and
Hypothetical Hurricane Evacuation Behavior," Environmental Hazards, by
John C. Whitehead, Bob Edwards, Marieke Van Willigen, John R. Maiolo,
Kenneth Wilson, and Kevin T. Smith 2000: 4:
"Hurricane Evacuation Behavior of Coastal North Carolina
Residents during Bonnie, Dennis, and Floyd," by John C. Whitehead, Bob
Edwards, Marieke Van Willigen, John R. Maiolo, and Kenneth Wilson, in
Facing Our Future: Hurricane Floyd and Recovery in the Coastal Plain,
edited by John R. Maiolo, John C. Whitehead, Monica McGee, Lauriston
King, Jeffrey Johnson, and Harold Stone. Wilmington, NC: Coastal
My current research focuses in four areas. I am
starting to develop a research program on how research is conducted and
the kinds of norms necessary for scientific integrity. Initial research
was funded by NSF and I hope that follow-up money will be provided by
NSF or ORI (NIH). I am also returning to my interest in natural
disasters. I am a Co-PI on an NSF project with several economists
assessing public willingness to rebuild New Orleans. I am also working
with Christa Reiser on a project to better understand how people make
decisions to evacuate coastal housing as storms approach. Third, I am
working with three other faculty members to analyze data on a random
sample of over 950 breast cancer survivors and with another group of
faculty to assess the factors that encourage participation in community
based breast cancer education. Finally, I am interested in developing a
better understanding of how the Internet and digital technology are
transforming rural life. I have worked with the Rural Internet Access
Authority to develop and conduct a survey of over 12,000 North Carolina
households. During the coming year I plan to combine this survey data
with census data to better understand the impact of social and economic
environment on household resources and attitudes.