Elizabeth Mack


Elizabeth Mack is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at Michigan State University where she teaches courses in economic geography. Dr. Macks research program evaluates the impact of emerging technologies on the development trajectory of regional economies. This research program includes broadband infrastructure deployment policy issues as well as the impacts of broadband on business location. Recently, Dr. Mack’s work is focused on understanding entrepreneurial ecosystems, water affordability, and spatial data uncertainty.