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Reason to hope : promoting community and local economic

Author: Roland Anglin
Publisher: Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC ; London : Taylor & Francis [distributor], 2010.
Series: The ASPA series in public administration and public policy
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Explains the transformation in community revitalization from market based incentives to mixed strategies of public sector learning, partnerships, and community capacity. This book chronicles the  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roland Anglin
ISBN: 9781420088106 1420088106
OCLC Number: 465370239
Description: pages.
Contents: What Is Community Economic Development?The CED IntermediariesExpanding Capital AccessSupport for Community Economic DevelopmentSummaryEndnotesSearching for Sustainable Community Economic DevelopmentWhat Can Be Done?Rethinking People and Place DevelopmentPutting People FirstLivable and Sustainable CommunitiesBrownfield RedevelopmentReusing Steel from Automobiles to Build Affordable HousingSummaryEndnotesPublic Sector Innovation and Community Economic DevelopmentLeadership and InnovationCommunity Economic Development CapacityCommunity Building and DevelopmentAssets and AgencyChanging Strategies in Workforce DevelopmentSchool Reform for Sustainable Community Economic DevelopmentThe Role of Higher EducationSummaryEndnotesLocally Based Community Economic Development Institutions: A Base for InnovationCommunity Development CorporationsGovernment SupportCommunity Reinvestment ActThe Low Income Housing Tax CreditNew Markets Tax Credit ProgramThe Management ChallengeThe Unity Council: Connecting Transit-Oriented Development to Community Economic DevelopmentThe Mountain Association for Community Economic Development: Bridging the Regional DividePreserving Individual AssetsResearch and PolicySummaryEndnotesThe Role of Community Economic Development IntermediariesExpanding the Supply of Capital: Public Sector Support of Community Development FinanceBuilding Capacity on the Community SideNeighborWorks AmericaBuilding Strong CommunitiesThe Local Initiatives Support CorporationConnecting the BasicsEnterprise Community PartnersExperimentation and InnovationRegional and Local IntermediariesNeighborhood Partnership Inc.: Less Is MoreSummaryInstitutional Strength Conditions Innovation and Policy LeadershipCED Intermediaries Augment the Field by Routinizing theDevelopment ProcessLinking Mainstream Markets and CEDLeading the Way for Sustainable Community Economic DevelopmentEndnotesCommunity Building and DevelopmentAre Community Development and Community Building Different?Reintroducing Old FriendsPlanning, Information Management, and DevelopmentNeighborhood Security and Community Economic DevelopmentWeed and SeedPartnering with Weed and Seed, LISC's Community Safety InitiativeGang Diversion: Homeboy IndustriesDeveloping Youth/Youth Developing CommunitiesYouthBuildArts and CultureTurning Graffiti into Art: The Mural Arts Program in PhiladelphiaFood and Community DevelopmentSummaryEndnotesAssets and AgencyIndividual Asset BuildingIndividual Development AccountsHidden Gold: Earned Income Tax CreditsAccess to Credit for Self-Employment and Human Capital DevelopmentCollective Asset BuildingStabilizing the CommonsOperation Neighborhood RecoveryFinancing InnovationWhat Can Be Done Nationally: The National CommunityStabilization TrustSummaryEndnotesInnovations in Community-Based Workforce DevelopmentSectoral EmploymentSecond Chance, IncCareer LaddersTemporary StaffingNetwork BuildingPartnerships with Community CollegesSummaryEndnotesReforming Schools and Strengthening Community Economic DevelopmentLinking Community Building and EducationLincoln, Nebraska: Leadership Makes a DifferenceSmart Education SystemsChicago: Logan Square Neighborhood AssociationParent Involvement and OrganizingLinking Community Economic Development and Educational Reform Community Economic Development Partnerships for Educational ReformEnterprise Community Partners and New Compact SchoolSummaryLinking Schools to CommunityLinking Education and DevelopmentMore Effective Mobility PoliciesEndnotesHigher Education as a Partner in DevelopmentSuccessful University-Community PartnershipsBuilding Community CapacityThe University as DeveloperKnowledge Generation, Geographical Information Systems, and Community Economic DevelopmentMinnesota 3DThe Special Role of Community Colleges as CEDIsSummaryEffective PartnershipsPublic Sector SupportEndnotesLooking Forward: Promise and HopeAddressing the Organizational and Institutional ChallengeExpanding the Planning and Implementation Capacity for InnovationModeling InnovationCommunity DevelopmentLocal School ReformAssets and AgencyWorkforce Development Sustainable DevelopmentPublic Sector Involvement in Sustainable Community Economic DevelopmentSummaryEndnotesReferencesResource GuideFurther Reading: Public Sector InnovationFurther Reading: Sustainable, Community, and Economic Development Community Economic Development Institutions and StakeholdersThe Public Sector Institutions, Strategies, and ProgramsCommunity Economic Development Support, Advocacy and Learning ResourcesAsset Building and Community DevelopmentWorkforce DevelopmentHigher Education and Community Economic DevelopmentCommunity Building/DevelopmentArts and Community Economic DevelopmentEducation Reform and Community DevelopmentCommunity Organizing GroupsCrime PreventionYouth DevelopmentInternational CED
Series Title: The ASPA series in public administration and public policy
Responsibility: Roland V. Anglin.


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