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Vulnerable communities, research, policy, and practice in small cities, edited by James J. Connolly, Dagney G. Faulk, and Emily J. Wornell

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Vulnerable communities, research, policy, and practice in small cities, edited by James J. Connolly, Dagney G. Faulk, and Emily J. Wornell
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Vulnerable communities
Nature of contents
bibliographydictionaries
Oclc number
12647346001301547282
Responsibility statement
edited by James J. Connolly, Dagney G. Faulk, and Emily J. Wornell
Sub title
research, policy, and practice in small cities
Summary
"Scholars consider the present condition and future prospects of smaller US cities and towns struggling in the face of broad economic and social change. They offer a mix of ground-level analyses and more general examinations of the successes and failures of recent redevelopment policies and offer concrete ideas for local leaders engaged in redevelopment work"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
The perils of in-betweenness: fragmented growth in a Virginia small city / Henry Way -- Building civic infrastructure in smaller cities: lessons from the Boston Fed's working cities challenge on paving the way for economic opportunity / Colleen Dawicki -- Diversity in the Dakotas: lessons on intercultural policies / Jennifer Erickson -- Shaking off the rust in the American South: deindustrialization, abandonment, and revitalization -- in Bessemer, Alabama / William Grady Holt -- The economic fortunes of small industrial cities and towns: manufacturing, place luck, and the urban transfer payment economy / Alan Mallach -- Where do small cities belong? the case of the micropolitan area / J. Matthew Fannin and Vikash Dangal -- Conceptualizing shrinking inner-ring suburbs as small cities: governance in communities in transition / Hannah Lebovits -- Local government responses to property tax caps: an analysis of Indiana municipal governments / Dagney Faulk, Charles Taylor, and Pamela Schaal -- Asymmetric local employment multipliers, agglomeration, and the disappearance of footloose jobs / -- Michael J. Hicks
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