Ken Denike

Assistant Professor Emeritus
phone 604 822 2663

Education

University of Pennsylvania, 1973, AM, PhD
University of British Columbia, BSc, MSc

About

 

Much of my early research focused on the trade off between equity and efficiency of delivery of public and private economic activity most notably in transportation and education. I applied spatial data analysis to develop public infrastructure such as the Expo Transit Line in metro Vancouver and to examine the New York inner-city school funding controversy. More recently I have extended my interests into public health and morphed spatial analysis approaches used in transportation to apply to vectors of disease transmission in epidemiology


Publications

2014

SULMONA, L.G., EDGINGTON, D.W. and DENIKE, K. 2014 ‘The role of Advanced Border Controls at Canadian airports’ Journal of Transport Geography 39, 11-20  DOI  10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2014.06.006

 

2010

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2010 ‘Essential, Illustrative, or … Just Propaganda? Rethinking John Snow’s Broad Street Map’  Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 45(1), 19-31 DOI 10.3138/carto.45.1.19

 

2009

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2009 ‘Crediting his critics’ concerns: Remaking John Snow’s map of Broad Street cholera, 1854′ Social Science & Medicine 69(8), 1246-51 DOI 10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.07.046


Ken Denike

Assistant Professor Emeritus
email
phone 604 822 2663

University of Pennsylvania, 1973, AM, PhD
University of British Columbia, BSc, MSc

 

Much of my early research focused on the trade off between equity and efficiency of delivery of public and private economic activity most notably in transportation and education. I applied spatial data analysis to develop public infrastructure such as the Expo Transit Line in metro Vancouver and to examine the New York inner-city school funding controversy. More recently I have extended my interests into public health and morphed spatial analysis approaches used in transportation to apply to vectors of disease transmission in epidemiology

2014

SULMONA, L.G., EDGINGTON, D.W. and DENIKE, K. 2014 'The role of Advanced Border Controls at Canadian airports' Journal of Transport Geography 39, 11-20  DOI  10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2014.06.006

 

2010

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2010 'Essential, Illustrative, or ... Just Propaganda? Rethinking John Snow's Broad Street Map'  Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 45(1), 19-31 DOI 10.3138/carto.45.1.19

 

2009

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2009 'Crediting his critics' concerns: Remaking John Snow's map of Broad Street cholera, 1854' Social Science & Medicine 69(8), 1246-51 DOI 10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.07.046

Ken Denike

Assistant Professor Emeritus
email
phone 604 822 2663

University of Pennsylvania, 1973, AM, PhD
University of British Columbia, BSc, MSc

 

Much of my early research focused on the trade off between equity and efficiency of delivery of public and private economic activity most notably in transportation and education. I applied spatial data analysis to develop public infrastructure such as the Expo Transit Line in metro Vancouver and to examine the New York inner-city school funding controversy. More recently I have extended my interests into public health and morphed spatial analysis approaches used in transportation to apply to vectors of disease transmission in epidemiology

2014

SULMONA, L.G., EDGINGTON, D.W. and DENIKE, K. 2014 'The role of Advanced Border Controls at Canadian airports' Journal of Transport Geography 39, 11-20  DOI  10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2014.06.006

 

2010

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2010 'Essential, Illustrative, or ... Just Propaganda? Rethinking John Snow's Broad Street Map'  Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 45(1), 19-31 DOI 10.3138/carto.45.1.19

 

2009

KOCH, T. and DENIKE, K. 2009 'Crediting his critics' concerns: Remaking John Snow's map of Broad Street cholera, 1854' Social Science & Medicine 69(8), 1246-51 DOI 10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.07.046