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Reengineering community development for the 21st century / edited by Donna Fabiani and Terry F. Buss.

Publication:
Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c2008.
London ; New York : Routledge, 2015.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (384 p.)
Series:
Transformational trends in governance & democracy.
Transformational trends in governance and democracy
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Other Title:
Reengineering community development for the twenty-first century
Subjects:
Community development.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Filled with examples from a wide range of policy sectors, this timely book takes a wide-angled look at how the field of community development is evolving in an era of reduced resources, changing priorities, privitization, competition, and performance management at the federal, state, and local government levels, as well as for non-profits and private sector entities.
Contents:
About the Academy; Reengineering Community Development for the 21st Century; Contents; Preface and Acknowledgments; 1 Whither Community Development: An Introduction; Where the Action Is in Community Development; Community Development Issues to Watch; References; Part 1 Community Development Financial Institutions; 2 Evolving Roles of Mission-Focused and Mainstream Financial Organizations: Implications for the Scale and Sustainability of CDFIs; 3 When Subsidy Becomes Scarce: Rethinking Community Development Finance; 4 CDFIs "Make the Market" for Charter School Facilities Financing
5 The Case for the Community Partner in Economic Development 6 Research Design Issues for Measuring CDFI Performance and Impact; 7 Social Performance Measurement for CDFI Banks; Part 2 Asset Building; 8 Stubborn and Persistent Lending Disparities; 9 The Assets Framework Moving Toward Transformative Transactions; 10 Connecting Asset Building and Community Development; 11 Innovation in State Government Pennsylvania's Financial Education Office; Part 3 Capacity Building and Citizen Engagement; 12 Community Capacity Building Through Strategic Philanthropy at the United Way
13 Building Community Capacity Through Multisector Collaborations 14 Southern Bancorp's Model for Community Economic Development: The Delta Bridge Project; 15 Effective Civic Engagement: Lessons from the Seattle School District-A Memoir; Part 4 Federal Policy; 16 Reforming CDBG: An Illusive Quest; 17 Rethinking Federal Low-Income Housing Policies; Part 5 Smart Growth and Land Use; 18 Smart Growth and Community Investment: Confronting Suburban Decline in Baltimore; 19 Positive Cycling: Riding Our Bicycles Down the Path to Community Development Success; Part 6 Affordable Housing
20 Aging-Out and Foster Care: Housing Policy 21 Would the Adoption of Land Value Taxation Drive Down the Price of Land and Increase Housing Affordability?; Part 7 Crime and Development; 22 Crime's Impact on the Viability of Young Urban Small Businesses; 23 Courts, Equity, and Community Development; Appendix Redevelopment's Trend Away from Eminent Domain; BIDs and MADs-Partnering with the Community; Loan Programs; Storefront Improvement Grants-Cash Incentives to Encourage Action; Equity Funds-Double Bottom Line Investments; New Markets Tax Credits-Quasi-Equity
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits Incentive Zones-Tax and Financial Incentives; The Layering Effect of Multiple Incentives; About the Editors and Contributors; Index
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"First published 2008 by M.E. Sharpe"--t.p. verso.
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Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Santa Fe, Arg.: elibro, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to eLibro affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Buss, Terry F.
Fabiani, Donna, 1959-
ISBN:
1-317-46126-6
1-315-70124-3
1-317-46127-4
1-282-11969-9
9786612119699
0-7656-2436-2
OCLC:
391963761
Publisher Number:
10.4324/9781315701240 doi