Southeastern Kentuckians Remain Optimistic Through Great Recession: Growing Concerns about Sprawl, Housing, and Recreational Opportunities
Investigates how perceptions of socioeconomic and environmental issues in the economically vulnerable rural region of Southeastern Kentucky have changed during the recession from 2007-2009. Identifies drugs as a community issue.
Jessica D. Ulrich
Carsey School of Public Policy
Appalachia · Economics and the economy · Poverty · Statistics and data · Substance abuse · Kentucky