Volume 23.2 General (1998)
Editors: Christopher City, Jennifer Hurley, Robert Inerfeld, and Jessica LeVeen
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|GROWTH AND THE TRIANGLE: EXPLORING FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PATTERNS
Hodges-Copple, John; Hitchings, Benjamin
The authors outline three future development scenarios developed by the Regional Development Choices Project by the Triangle J Council of Governments.
|PANACEA OR FOOLS’ GOLD? REINVENTING DOWNTOWN ATLANTA AFTER THE OLYMPICS
This article evaluates prospects for Atlanta’s new downtown sports arena in light of the city’s goals for around-the-clock life in the Centennial Olympic Park area. It discusses four major areas of concern: development economics, politics, equity, and urban design.
|BUILDING ASSETS AND ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE THROUGH INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS
The author discusses Individual Development Accounts as a new policy tool directed toward enabling struggling families to build assets and achieve economic well-being.
|HOW ARE WE DOING? A LOOK AT THE PRACTICE OF PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Manta, Maria; Berke, Philip
This article reviews a previous study by the authors that evaluated thirty communities in North Carolina based on six criteria for sustainability.
|ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION AND RESOURCE PROTECTION IN RURAL MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIESSager, Mikki; White, Craig; Marks, Kathleen|