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Stacey has worked as an extramural collaborator with IRG2 focusing on a global value chain analysis of China, the United States, and North Carolina. She also worked with the summer research intern project at CNS-UCSB in 2008 and 2009 and has helped develop the 'Traveling Technologies' project, which is becoming a resource for others to adopt and adapt for undergraduate research. Stacey is examining California’s footprint in nanotechnology and its emerging research networks and resources by conducting a value chain analysis of California's nanotechnology industry. Results are fed into a California in the Nanotechnology Economy website, which highlights California’s position in the national and global value chain and showcases how visual analytic tools can be used to do this. Stacey is based at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Prior to working at Duke, she earned her Ph.D. and B.S. in Textile Technology Management from North Carolina State University.
Research Areas:Value chain analysis, visual analytics, industrial organization, textiles and apparel