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Latest Research Featured in Economic Development Quarterly
February 2017; 31(1) http://edq.sagepub.com/content/current
Increases in Local Unemployment and the Delivery of Trade Adjustment Assistance Services
Justin Barnette, Jooyoun Park
The Triple Bottom Line and Sustainability in Economic Development Theory and Practice
Janet Hammer, Gary Pivo
The Currency of Connections: An Analysis of the Urban Economic Impact of Social Capital
Trent Engbers, Barry Rubin, Craig Aubuchon
Captured Development: Industry Influence and State Economic Development Subsidies in the Great Recession Era
Joshua Jansa, Virginia Gray
Preliminary Evidence on Film Production and State Incentives
Have Post-Kelo Restrictions on Eminent Domain Influenced State Economic Development?
Energy-Based Economic Development: How Clean Energy Can Drive Development and Stimulate Economic Growth
Reviewed by Hodjat Ghadimi
Surviving Job Loss: Papermakers in Maine and Minnesota
Reviewed by Todd Gabe
Economic Impact or Contribution: Essays on Business and Community Relations
Reviewed by Ronald Kalafsky
The Ethical Economy: Rebuilding Value After the Crisis
Reviewed by Harold Perkins
This is a special issue on inner city economic development that features commentary from Michael E. Porter and the papers presented at Revisiting the Promise and Problems of Inner City Economic Development, an inner-city economic summit.Read More