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Ohio's Metropolitan Areas: Employment And Payroll Trends In Central And Suburban Counties, Ziona Austrian Oct 1997

Ohio's Metropolitan Areas: Employment And Payroll Trends In Central And Suburban Counties, Ziona Austrian

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Downtown Cleveland's Economic Base, 1989-1996, Ziona Austrian, Jocelyn Fagan May 1997

Downtown Cleveland's Economic Base, 1989-1996, Ziona Austrian, Jocelyn Fagan

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Review Of Global Ecology: Environmental Change And Social Flexibility And Environment And Resource Policies For The World Economy, Wendy A. Kellogg Feb 1997

Review Of Global Ecology: Environmental Change And Social Flexibility And Environment And Resource Policies For The World Economy, Wendy A. Kellogg

Urban Publications

Review of Global Ecology: Environmental Change and Social Flexibility by V. Smil and Environment and Resource Policies for the World Economy by R.N. Cooper


Policy Lessons From Cleveland's Economic Restructuring And The Accompanying Case Study, Edward W. Hill Feb 1997

Policy Lessons From Cleveland's Economic Restructuring And The Accompanying Case Study, Edward W. Hill

Urban Publications

This paper has two major components, each can be read as separate writings. The first consists of lessons for national urban policy and the practice of economic development from Cleveland’s experience. The second is the case study, emphasizing the formation and implementation of the region’s economic development strategy.


Lessons From Raps: Citizen Participation And The Ecology Of Community, Wendy A. Kellogg Jan 1997

Lessons From Raps: Citizen Participation And The Ecology Of Community, Wendy A. Kellogg

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Metropolitan Growth And The Local Role In Surface Water Resource Protection In The Lake Erie Basin, Wendy A. Kellogg Jan 1997

Metropolitan Growth And The Local Role In Surface Water Resource Protection In The Lake Erie Basin, Wendy A. Kellogg

Urban Publications

Local governments can play an important role in protecting surface water resources through their compliance with federal and state regulations and through their own land use planning and management practices. Despite 30 years of water quality initiatives in the Lake Erie basin, nonpoint source runoff from urban and urbanizing lands remains a problem. Loss of riparian corridor integrity is increasing as urban areas in the Lake Erie basin experience areal growth. The use and management of land, predominantly a local responsibility, directly affects surface water resources. The role that local governments play in protecting surface water resources was studied in ...


Accounting For The Change In Income Disparities Between Us Central Cities And Their Suburbs From 1980 To 1990, Edward W. Hill, Harold L. Wolman Jan 1997

Accounting For The Change In Income Disparities Between Us Central Cities And Their Suburbs From 1980 To 1990, Edward W. Hill, Harold L. Wolman

Urban Publications

Develops a method that uses cluster analysis to group central cities in the United States. Selection of the candidate cluster solutions; Median characteristics of the clusters; Stressed central cities; Healthy central cities.


Downtown Cleveland's Economic Base, 1989-1996: Executive Summary, Ziona Austrian, Jocelyn Fagan Jan 1997

Downtown Cleveland's Economic Base, 1989-1996: Executive Summary, Ziona Austrian, Jocelyn Fagan

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Democratic Excess In The Use Of Zoning Referenda, Karin M. Mika, Aaron J. Reber, ) Jan 1997

Democratic Excess In The Use Of Zoning Referenda, Karin M. Mika, Aaron J. Reber, )

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

This article argues that while mandatory referenda may be legal, it is an unnecessary step that thwarts zoning legislation. The article further argues that the Supreme Court's conclusion in Eastlake v. Forest City Enterprises, Inc. is not a realistic vision of the zoning process. Rather the previous standards of Euclid v. Ambler Realty Co. and Moore v. East Cleveland are sufficient to ensure an efficient process of municipal management.