Research and Publications

J.E. Randall (2021). An Introduction to Island Studies. New York and Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: Rowman & Littlefield and Island Studies Press.

J.E. Randall (2020). Island studies inside (and outside) of the academy: The state of this interdisciplinary field. In A. Ginoza (Ed.) The Challenges of Island Studies (pp. 45-56). Singapore: Springer.

J.E. Randall (2019). The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Islands Economic Cooperation Forum: Annual Report on Global Islands 2018. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: Island Studies Press.

J.E. Randall and A. Brimacombe (2019). The ongoing state of island economies, In J.E. Randall (Ed.) The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Islands Economic Cooperation Forum: Annual Report on Global Islands 2018, pp. 13-60, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: Island Studies Press

J.E. Randall and A. Boersma (2020). Editorial introduction: sharing stories of island life, governance and global engagement: research from a conference on island states and territories. Small States & Territories 3(1): 117-122.

I. Kelman and J.E. Randall. (2018). Island Resilience and Sustainability in G. Baldacchino (Ed.) International Handbook of Island Studies: A World of Islands.  pp. 353-367. Arbingdon and New York: Routledge.

J.E. Randall (2018) The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Islands Economic Cooperation Forum: Annual Report on Global Islands 2017. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: Island Studies Press.

J.E. Randall (2018). The state of island economies, In J.E. Randall (Ed.) The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Islands Economic Cooperation Forum: Annual Report on Global Islands 2017, pp. 13-52, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island: Island Studies Press.

J.E. Randall,  D. Desserud & K. MacDonald. (2015). Prince Edward Island. In S. Markey, S. Breen, A. Lauzon, R. Gibson, L. Ryser & R. Mealy (Eds.)  State of Rural Canada 2015. pp. 57-64, Camrose: Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation,

J.E. Randall. (2015). “Biosciences and BioVectra on Prince Edward Island, Canada” in G. Baldacchino (Ed.) Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories, New York: Routledge, pp. 113-134.

               J.E. Randall. 2010. “Community Engagement and Collective Agreements: Patterns at Canadian Universities” in H. Schuetze & P. Inman (Eds.) Community Engagement and Service: The Third Mission of Universities, Leicester, UK: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education,  pp. 261-276.                          

               B. Cecil and J.E. Randall. 2007. “An Economy in Transition”  in B. Thraves, M. Lewry, J. Dale, and H. Schlichtmann, (eds.)  Saskatchewan: Geographic Perspectives,  Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre,  pp.405-423.

J.E. Randall, A. Williams, B. Holden and K. Waygood. 2004. “A Model for Collaborative Research: Building a Community-University Institute for Social Research” in D. Janelle, B. Warf and K. Hansen (Eds.) WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.125-130.

J. E. Randall. 1999.  “Quality of Life – Regina and Saskatoon” in K. Fung (Ed.) Atlas of Saskatchewan.  pp. 207-208.

               J. E. Randall. 1999.  “Quality of Life – Cities and Towns” in K. Fung (Ed.) Atlas of                           Saskatchewan.  pp.206.

               J. E. Randall. 1999.  “Employment in Manufacturing and Primary Industry” in

                     K. Fung (Ed.) Atlas of Saskatchewan. p. 265.

               J. E. Randall. 1999.  “Employment in Service Sectors” in K. Fung (Ed.) Atlas of

                     Saskatchewan. p. 266.

               J. E. Randall. 1999.  “Employment by Occupation” in K. Fung (Ed.) Atlas of

                     Saskatchewan. pp. 267-268.

J. E. Randall, 1997.  Home-Based Businesses, Local Economic Development and Land

                     Use Policy: Conflicts and Opportunities, Ottawa: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 96 pp.

R. G. Ironside and J. E. Randall, 1995.  “Single-Industry Resource Communities:

                     Barometers of Community Change in Canada”.  In R. Byron (Ed.) Economic Futures on the North Atlantic Margins, Aldershot, U.K. Avebury Press, pp. 73-94.

J. E. Randall, 1989.  The Setting for Economic Development in the Rural Pacific

                     Northwest.  In D. Harrison (Ed.), A Northwest Reader: Options for Rural

                     Communities, Seattle: Northwest Policy Centre, pp.10-37.

J. E. Randall, 1988.  Fostering Economic Development: The Non-Cargo Alternatives.  In M. Hershman (Ed.) Urban Ports and Harbor Management, Taylor and Francis: New York, pp.147-172.

J. E. Randall, 1983.  Metropolitan Vancouver: Industrial Decentralization and Port                                     Activity at the Lower Fraser River, Vol.12, Toronto: University of Toronto/York University Joint Program in Transportation, 215 pp.