Public Policies for Distressed Communities Revisited

Public Policies for Distressed Communities Revisited

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Public Policies for Distressed Communities Revisited marks the return of scholars F. Stevens Redburn and Terry Buss to the topic of national policy toward economically distressed areas. Redburn and Buss first addressed these issues a generation ago and in this new book they explore how the intervening years have redefined the problems affecting distressed communities. In a series of focused, analytical essays the book examines the innovative approaches being developed to tackle the traditional problem-including the new roles currently played by federal and state governments-of connecting impoverished areas and their residents to jobs and opportunity. This book offers valuable new insight and information to public policy professionals, urban planners, and academics specializing in economic and community development.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 149.86 x 226.06 x 15.24mm | 539.77g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • bibliography, index
  • 0739102842
  • 9780739102848

About F. Stevens Redburn

F. Stevens Redburn is Chief of the Division of Housing, Executive Office of the President, US Office of Management and Budget. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina. Terry F. Buss is Professor of Public Administration and Director of the School of Policy and Management at Florida International University. He is the author of ten books on public policy issues, including Capital, Emerging High-Growth Firms, and Public Policy.show more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Public Policies for Distressed Communities: A Return Visit Chapter 2 Can Urban Policies Be Responsive to Urban Needs? Chapter 3 State Enterprise Zones: How Well Have They Worked? Chapter 4 An Evaluation of State Enterprise Zone Policies: Measuring IMpact on Urban Housing Market Outcomes Chapter 5 Sprawl Deterrence and Distressed Communities Chapter 6 State Urban Policy: "New" Federalism in Virginia, New Jersey, and Florida Chapter 7 Urban Development Action Grants Revisited Chapter 8 Faith-Based Economic Development Chapter 9 Strategic Planning and Enterprise Zones Chapter 10 Hope VI: A Promising Vintage? Chapter 11 A Partnership for Regional Collaboration Chapter 12 Where the Rubber Meets the Road: CRA's Impact on Distressed Communities Chapter 13 Democratic Proceduralism in Community Policy Making Chapter 14 Distressed Communities in Rural America Chapter 15 Orange County, Florida's Targeted Community Initiative Program: A Note Chapter 16 Improving Federal Economic Development Policy Effectivenessshow more