Rachel Strange has led the production of the Indiana Business Research Center’s communications and research tools since 2001. She is managing editor of the center’s publications, which include InContext and the quarterly Indiana Business Review. Rachel has authored numerous analytical articles and also oversees the design of the center’s many websites.
In addition, in her role as geodemographic analyst, she uses geographic information systems (GIS) technology as a way to help users throughout Indiana visualize complex information via maps and graphics.
Rachel holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science from Indiana University and a Master’s of Public Affairs from the IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs, with a dual concentration in policy analysis and economic development.
How Indiana's manufacturing employment is changing
March-April 2017, InContext
Economic expectations: Indiana's metro areas in 2017
Jan-Feb 2017, InContext
Short haul or long haul: Migration flows to and from Indiana
Nov-Dec 2016, InContext
The Saga of Small Towns
March-April 2016, InContext
What to Expect in Indiana's Metro Economies during 2016
Jan-Feb 2016, InContext
Growth and Decline in Indiana's Small Towns
Nov-Dec 2015, InContext
Indiana Manufacturing on a Roll
March-April 2015, InContext
90 Years and Indiana Doubles Its Population
Jan-Feb 2015, InContext
What Can IRS Data Tell Us about Income in Indiana?
July-August 2014, InContext
Annual Commuting Trends
May-June 2014, InContext