Office of the President

VITAE OF KATHARINE C. LYALL

October 2003

OFFICE ADDRESS:

Office of the President
University of Wisconsin System
1720 Van Hise Hall, 1220 Linden Drive
Madison, WI 53706-1559
Telephone: (608) 262 2321
Fax: (608) 262-3985
E-mail: klyall@uwsa.edu

EDUCATION:

Cornell University, B.A., Honors (Economics) 1963
New York University, M.B.A. (Economics) 1965
Cornell University, Ph.D. (Economics) 1969

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT:

4/1/92 President and Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin System

8/91-4/92 Acting President
University of Wisconsin System

1986-1991 Executive Vice President and Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin System

8/85-2/86 Acting President and Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin System

1984-1985 Executive Vice President and Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin System

1982-1985 Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor, Economics
University of Wisconsin System

1979-1981 Associate Professor of Political Economy and Senior Research Scientist,
Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, The Johns Hopkins University

Director, Graduate Program in Public Policy,
The Johns Hopkins University

1977-1979 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs, U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development (GS 17), Charter Member, Senior Executive Service

1972-1977 Senior Research Associate and Assistant Professor, Economics, Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, and Associate Professor, Department of Political Economy, The Johns Hopkins University

1975-1977 Executive Director, Committee on Evaluation Research, Russell Sage Foundation, New York

1969-1972 Assistant Professor of Economics, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University
Member of the Faculties:
Metropolitan Studies Program
East European Studies Program

1972 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Development,
Cornell University

1967-1968 Research Associate, American Yugoslav Project in Urban and Regional Planning Studies, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia

1965-1969 Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Cornell University

1963-1965 Staff Economist, Economic Research Department, Chase Manhattan Bank,
New York City. Special assignment with Trust Department.

FIELDS OF ACADEMIC SPECIALIZATION:

Applied Microeconomic Theory
Urban and Regional Economics
Economic Planning and Development
History of Economic Thought
Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation Research

COURSES TAUGHT:

Microeconomic Theory
Resource Economics and Environment Policy
History of Ideas in Political Economy
Economic Development of Underdeveloped Countries Economic Development Planning (graduate)
Quantitative Techniques in Urban Analysis (graduate)
Urban Economics Research Seminar (graduate)
Evaluation Research and Policy Analysis (graduate)
Public Policy Analysis (graduate)

BOARD DIRECTORSHIPS:

Member, Board of Directors, Alliant Energy Corporation, Madison, WI, 1986 present

Member, Board of Directors, Kemper National Insurance Companies, 1992-present

Member, Board of Directors, Marshall & Ilsley Corporation, 1997-present

Member, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, Washington, DC, 1990-93

Member, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Princeton, NJ, 1994-present
Vice President, 1996; Chair, Board of Trustees, 1998-2002

Member, Cornell University President’s Council on Women, 1990-2001

Member, Board of Directors, Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth,
1990-present

Member, Board of Directors, United Way of Dane County, February 1997-present

Member, Board of Directors, Forward Wisconsin, 1991-present

Member, Board of Directors, Competitive Wisconsin, Inc., 1991-present

Member, Board of Directors, Public/Private Ventures, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, 1985-90

Member, Board of Directors, Institute for Education Management; Harvard University, 1985-92

Member, Board of Directors, American Red Cross (Dane County), Madison, WI, 1988-95

Member, Board of Trustees, Madison Community Housing and Services, 2002-

UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE:

Member, Governor's Economic Growth Council, 2003

Co-Chair, Statewide Economic Summit, 2000-2003

Member, American Council on Education (ACE) Commission on Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness, 1999-2000

Member, Jury, Year 2000 AIA Wisconsin 2000 Architecture Award

Chair, Governor’s Blue Ribbon Commission on 21st Century Jobs, 1996

Member, Wisconsin Human Resource Investment Council, 1995

Member, International Women’s Forum – 1991-present

Member, State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) Committee on School/College/Work Initiatives, 1996-97; 1997-98

Member, State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) Committee on Economic Development, 1999-2000

Member, Wisconsin State Sesquicentennial Commission, 1996

Chair, Steering Committee, The College Alcohol Study, conducted at Harvard School of Public Health, 1993 95

Member, Wisconsin Governor's State Educational Goals Committee, 1992 93

Member, Association of American Universities, Washington, DC. 1991 96 (Executive Committee, 1992 95)

Member, Wisconsin Governor's Committee on Student Debt, 1990 91

Member, Dane County Affordable Housing Task Force, 1989

Member, Wisconsin Strategic Planning Council, 1987 1990

Chair, Wisconsin Committee for Selection of Rhodes Scholars, 1987 91

Chair, University of Wisconsin Task Force to Develop a Strategic Plan for Management Information Systems, 1987 88

Member, Wisconsin Strategic Development Commission, 1984 85

Co Chair (with State Secretary of Administration), Governor's Task Force on Faculty Compensation, 1984 85

Member, Council on Academic Affairs, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, 1983 85

Member, Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 1983 present
(affiliate of American Association for the Advancement of Science)
President, 1989 90; Commission on the Arts; Economic Impact Study, 1986 87

Member, Wisconsin Technology Development Fund Advisory Committee, 1983 85

Member, Wisconsin State Employment & Training Council, 1982 83

Member, Northwest Area Foundation, Higher Education Advisory Committee, Minneapolis, 1982 85

Member, Wisconsin Education Block Grant Advisory Committee, 1983 present (Chair, 1989 92)

Member, Committee on William S. Parsons Fellows and Professors, The Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, 1980 82

Member, Advisory Committee for the Center for the Social Organization of Schools, The Johns Hopkins University, 1980 82

Member, Advisory Committee, Energy Research Institute, The Johns Hopkins University, 1980 82

Member, President's Review Panel for Center for Urban Affairs, College of Charleston, 1979 1982

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS:

Phi Beta Kappa, Cornell University, 1963
Honorary Member, Golden Key National Honor Society, 1992 present
Phi Kappa Phi, UW Madison, 1984
Ford Foundation grant for dissertation research year in Yugoslavia, 1967 68
National Science Foundation Research Fellowship, 1966, 1967, 1969

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMERSHIPS:

American Economic Association, 1963-present

Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, 1981-present

Member, International Institute of Public Finance, January, 1989-present

Member, Council on Foreign Relations, 1990-present

Fellow of Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters (2003)

EDITORIAL BOARDS:

Editorial Board, Land Economics, 1980-2000

Editorial Board, Evaluation Review, Los Angeles, UCLA, 1978-1994

Editorial Board, Journal of Urban Affairs, 1980-1986

Editorial Board, Policy Studies Review Annual, 1978

OTHER

Louise McBee Lecture, University of Georgia, 1996

Member, Cornell University Council, 1976 1981; and Advisory Board, School of Art, Architecture & Planning, 1980 1988; President's Council of Cornell Women, 1991 2001

Member, President’s Committee on Housing in the 80’s, 1980-81

Vice President, Council on Applied Social Research, 1978-1980

Director, Baltimore Economic Society, 1980 81

Member, Advisory Committee on Policy Research, Population Reference Bureau, Inc., Washington, D. C. 1981 1990

Baltimore Regional Planning Council, Regional Economic Task Force, 1976 1981

Member, Advisory Board, Annual Summer Institute in Evaluation Research, University of Massachusetts, 1976

Member, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Advisory Committee on Human Settlements & Services, 1977

Member, Maryland State Data Center Advisory Committee, DECD, 1980 1982

Listed in:

Who's Who in America (55th edition), 2000
Who's Who in Finance and Industry (29th edition)
Who's Who in the Midwest (25th edition)
Who's Who of American Women (20th edition)
Who's Who in American Education (5th edition)
International Who's Who of Professional & Business Women

Consultancies:

Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress
American Television & Communications Corporation
Maryland Housing Coalition
National Science Foundation, Division of Social Systems and Human Resources
Ford Foundation, International Division, Office of Population Research
Harford County, Maryland, Office of Finance
Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Department of Public Works
State of Alaska, Department of Community and Regional Affairs
City of Baltimore, Office of Finance

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS:

A. Fiscal and Economic Base Studies

1. Economic Impact of The Johns Hopkins Institutions on the Economy of Baltimore City, with Roger Stough, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, Office of Community Affairs, December 1973), Second Edition, (Johns Hopkins University, 1982)

2. "Tax Base Sharing: A Fiscal Assist for More Rational Land Use Planning" (Journal of American Institute of Planners, Vol. 42, No. 2; March 1975, pp. 90 100), reprinted in New Directions in State and Local Tax Reform, (Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies, 1978) and Land Use Planning: Techniques of Implementation (Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1979)

3. Baltimore City's Inventory Tax: Should it be Abolished? (with Edwin Crawford, Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, The Johns Hopkins University, September 1975)

4. "Municipal Inventory Tax: Fiscal and Locational Impacts" (with Edwin Crawford), paperpresented at Society of Government Economists, Special Conference on Economic Development: State and Local Government Perspectives, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 21 24, 1976

5. Economic Impacts of Arts and Cultural Institutions: A Model for Assessment (with David Cwi) Report #6, published by the National Endowment of the Arts, 1977

6. "Interdependence in the Baltimore Metropolitan Economy," (published by League of Women Voters, May 1980)

7. "Regional Tax Base Sharing: Nature and Potential for Success" in Cities under Stress: The Fiscal Crisis of Urban America, Sternlieb and Burehell, eds. (Rutgers: Center for Urban Policy Research, 1980)

8. "Alternative Finance Methods for Reducing Harford County's Bonded Indebtedness for Water and Sewer Projects" (with David Puryear), report to Harford County Council (1980)

9. "The Impact of State Budget Limits on City Fiscal Management," paper presented at Tenth International Conference on the "Changing Metropolitan Economy of the 80's, Washington, D.C., October 1, 1980

10. "Bicycle Built for Two: Public Private Partnership in Baltimore's Renaissance," in R. Scott Fosler & R. A. Berger, Public Private Partnership in American Cities (Lexington, 1982), Ch. 1, pp. 1 16

11. "Urban Impacts of Local Government Industrial Development Policies in the U.S." (with David Puryear), Proceedings of OECD Experts' Meeting; Paris, 1981

12. "Urban Impacts of the U.S. Federal Tax System," (with David Puryear), Proceedings of OECD Experts' Meeting; Paris, 1981

13. "The Nation's Cities: Is History About to be Repeated?" Chapter 2 in Urban Finance Under Siege, Thomas R. Swartz and Frank J. Bonello, Editors (M. E. Sharpe, Inc., Armonk, NY, 1993).

B. Policy Analysis and Evaluation

1. “Present Governance Structures, Process and Trends in Higher Education and Their Effects on Research Universities,” Glion II Colloquium on Governance in Higher Education, Del Mar, California, January 5-9, 2000.

2. "The Role of Governance in Systems," Journal for Higher Education Management, Vol. 11, No. 2, Winter/Spring 1996, pp. 39 46

3. "Coping with Neighborhood Change," LaFollette Policy Report, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 12 14, Spring 1991

4. "Evaluating the Spatial Impacts of National Transportation Policies" (with Allen Goodman) in G. R. Gilbert, ed., Making and Managing Policy: Formulation, Analysis, Evaluation (New York: Marcel Decker, 1985), pp. 57 65

5. "National Urban Land Policy: Facing the Inevitability of City and Regional Evolution" in G. Lefcoe, Urban Land Policy for the 1980s (Lexington Books, 1983), pp. 41 42

6. "The Role of Regional Modeling in Federal Policy Making" in F. Gerald Adams & Norman J. Glickman, Modeling the Multi regional Economic System, Lexington, 1980

7. "Targeting Economic Development Assistance: The Carter Imprint" (with David Puryear) in Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 2, J. Crecine, ed., July 1981

8. "An Overview Analysis of the NIT Experiment" (with Peter Rossi) in Thomas Cook, Evaluation Studies Review Annual, Vol. 3 (Berkeley: Sage Publications, 1978, pp. 412 428)

9. "Housing and National Welfare Reform" (with Jill Khadduri and Ray Struyk), Journal of American Institute of Planners (January 1978)

10. "The External Politics of the National Income Transfer Experiment" (with Peter Rossi) in Francis Caro, Readings in Evaluation Research, 2nd Edition, (New York: Russell Sage, 1977, pp. 286 295)

11. Some Uses and Abuses of Field Experiments in Deterrence Policy, American Society for Public Administration, 1976 National Conference, Washington, D.C., April 19 22, 1976

12. "Some Observations on Design Issues in Large Scale Social Experiments," Sociological Methods and Research, Vol. 4, No. 1; (August 1975, pp. 54 76). Reprinted in Validity Issues in Evaluation Research, Illene N. Bernstein, ed., (Sage Publications, January 1976, pp. 59 81)

13. "Design Issues in the New Jersey Income Maintenance Experiment" (report prepared for the Russell Sage Foundation, May 1974)

C. Technology Assessment: Telecommunications

1. The Economics of Cable Television in Urban Markets: A Case Study for Baltimore, Final Report of the Hopkins Cable Project evaluation of the Baltimore market, funded by NSF (Baltimore: Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, The Johns Hopkins University, January 1975)

2. Cost Effectiveness Evaluation of Municipal Services Applications of Cable for Baltimore City,Vol. II, of the final report of the Hopkins Cable Project evaluation of the Baltimore market, j funded by NSF (Baltimore: Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, The Johns Hopkins University, December 1974)

3. "Municipal Service Applications of Cable: Some Caveats," Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science, Vol. 2, No. I (June July 1975, pp. 28 29)

4. An Economic Evaluation of the Detroit Cable Market, Report of the Hopkins Cable Project to the Detroit Cable TV Advisory Committee, issued September 1975

5. Economic Feasibility of a Cable System for Cleveland, Report of the Hopkins Cable Project to the Cleveland City Planning Commission, January 1976

6. Use of the Hopkins Urban Cable Model in the Evaluation of Urban Franchises, panel on "Franchising: New and Renewal," National Cable Television Association, National Convention in Dallas, Texas, April 4 6, 1976

D. Comparative Systems

1. Yugoslav System of National Accounts, November 1967

2. A General Outline of the Benefit Cost Technique, June 1968, American Yugoslav Project, Ljubljana

3. The Place of Benefit-Cost Analysis in the Planning Process, June 1968, American-Yugoslav Project, Ljubljana

4. "Structure and Policy of Yugoslav Banking: A Model for Evaluating Multiple Goals," working paper, April 1968, American Yugoslav Project, Ljubljana

5. "Inter Republic Flows of Investments in Tourism Yugoslavia, 1967, " working paper, May 1968, American Yugoslav Project, Ljubljana

6. Regional Investment Allocation: Equity and Efficiency, in Yugoslav Department Planning, 1969, Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University

7. Review of the Economic Content of the Belgrade Transportation and Land Use Study with Recommendations for Third Cycle Evaluation, Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, Detroit, October 1971

8. "Joint Capitalist Socialist Enterprise: A Yugoslav Experiment" (in Yugoslavia: The Middle Way, Proceedings of the Sixth Pratt Planning Conference on Economic, Social, and Urban Planning Policies in Yugoslavia, March 1973)

9. "Self Management: Some Practical Problems and Solid Achievements" (in Yugoslavia: The Middle Way, Proceedings of the Sixth Pratt Planning Conference on Economic, Social, and Urban Planning Policies in Yugoslavia, March 1973)


BOOKS:

Microeconomic Issues of the Seventies: Exercises in Applied Price Theory and Solutions (New York: Harper and Row, 1974) Revised edition, 1978

Reforming Public Welfare: An Evaluation of the New Jersey Income Maintenance Experiment (with Peter H. Rossi) Russell Sage Foundation Social Policy Evaluation Series, June 1976

GRANTS RECEIVED:

1. Russell Sage Foundation, "Reforming Public Welfare: A Critique of the Negative Income Tax Experiment," (with Peter Rossi, 1973 1975)

2. National Science Foundation, "A Simulation Model for the Economic Feasibility of Cable Television," with applications to Baltimore, Cleveland and Detroit (1975 1977)

3. American Television and Communications Corporation, "Estimating Demand for Cable Television in Urban Markets" (1976)

4. Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress, "Feasibility of Cable Television Delivery of Public Services in Rural Areas: Poinsett County, Arkansas" (1977)

5. National Endowment for the Arts, "A Model for Estimating the Economic Impacts of Arts and Cultural Institutions" (with David Cwi, 1977)

6. Committee on Economic Development, "Public Private Ventures in Baltimore" (1980 81)

7. Economic Development Council, Greater Baltimore Committee, "Limits to Growth in Maryland" (1980 81)

8. Kettering Foundation, "Comparative Urban Impact Analysis: An International Perspective" for the OECD (with David Puryear, 1980 1981)

9. Ford Foundation, "Impact of State School Finance Reforms on Baltimore City" (with David Puryear, 1980)

CONSULTING REPORTS:

1. "Feasibility of Cable Television Delivery of Social Services in Rural Areas: Poinsett County, Arkansas," report to the U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, 1977

2. "Estimates of Demand for Cable Television in Major Markets: Nashville, Jacksonville, Orlando," for American Television and Communications Corporation, 1977

3 "Alternative Finance Methods for Reducing Harford County's Bonded Indebtedness for Water and Sewer Projects" (with David Puryear), report to Harford County Council, June 1980

4. "An Evaluation of Maryland State Housing Activities," report to the Maryland Housing Coalition, September 1980

5. "Review of the Activities of the Alan Guttmacher Institute," prepared for the Ford Foundation, International Division, Office of Population Research, June 1980

6. "Demographic and Economic Profile of Baltimore's Service Population," expert materials prepared for Somerset County Board of Education, et al., versus David W. Hornbeck, et al., September 1980

7. "Analysis of Anne Arundel County Financial Capacity to Support Future Expansion of Water and Wastewater Facilities" (with David Puryear and Edwin Crawford), report to Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works, March 1981

8. "Tax Base Sharing: A Tool for Local Government Financing in Alaska?", report to the Alaska State Department of Community and Regional Development, February 1981.

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