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The Information Technology Industry In The State Of Ohio And Its Regions: 1989 To 2000, Ziona Austrian, Jill Norton Oct 2001

The Information Technology Industry In The State Of Ohio And Its Regions: 1989 To 2000, Ziona Austrian, Jill Norton

Urban Publications

This report was prepared for Ohio’s IT Alliance, a statewide network of six regional IT groups located throughout Ohio and headquartered in Dayton. The study was conducted by the Ohio Economic Development Information Network, better known as the ES202 Network. The ES202 Network is a statewide group of ten urban and rural universities that develops and maintains a database of employment, payroll, and establishments at the zip code level throughout Ohio. ES202 Network researchers are engaged in industry and labor force research that utilizes this unique database.


Manufacturing Locations In Ohio: Shifts In Employment And Average Earnings Among Central, Suburban And Rural Counties, Robert Sadowski Oct 2001

Manufacturing Locations In Ohio: Shifts In Employment And Average Earnings Among Central, Suburban And Rural Counties, Robert Sadowski

Urban Publications

Over the past two decades, there is some evidence suggesting that manufacturing jobs have moved away from central counties and into suburban and rural counties.1 In addition, there is an assumption that many of these jobs now pay lower average earnings th


Cleveland Neighborhood Conditions And Trends, Mark J. Salling Phd, Gisp, Gustavo Rotondaro, Susan Petrone May 2001

Cleveland Neighborhood Conditions And Trends, Mark J. Salling Phd, Gisp, Gustavo Rotondaro, Susan Petrone

Urban Publications

The following pages provide a description of the City of Cleveland in regard to a variety of demographic, housing, economic, and social characteristics. The emphasis of the report is to illustrate the geographic variation of these characteristics and to identify recent and in some cases long-term trends in these distributions.

The report is mainly a series of maps and charts accompanied by basic descriptions of what the graphics illustrate. Maps enable the reader to see the geographic variation among and within the city’s neighborhoods. Appendix A provides a map showing the city’s Statistical Planning Areas (SPAs) and their ...


The Information Technology Cluster In Northeast Ohio: A Briefing Paper, Ziona Austrian Feb 2001

The Information Technology Cluster In Northeast Ohio: A Briefing Paper, Ziona Austrian

Urban Publications

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Review Of Unhealthy Places: The Ecology Of Risk In The Urban Landscape, Wendy A. Kellogg Jan 2001

Review Of Unhealthy Places: The Ecology Of Risk In The Urban Landscape, Wendy A. Kellogg

Urban Publications

Review of Unhealthy Places: The Ecology of Risk in the Urban Landscape By Kevin Fitzpatrick and Mark LaGory


Evaluation Of Neighborhood Progress, Inc.'S Community Organizing Support Program, Susan Hertzler Burkholder, Kathryn W. Hexter Jan 2001

Evaluation Of Neighborhood Progress, Inc.'S Community Organizing Support Program, Susan Hertzler Burkholder, Kathryn W. Hexter

Urban Publications

In 1998, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland began a program-related initiative to increase the availability, affordability and quality of permanent, affordable housing units for low-income and underserved families and persons in Cuyahoga and Lorain Counties. The Affordable Housing Initiative will award approximately six million dollars to community organizations over a five-year period. As part of this initiative, the Foundation funded more than 25 grantees to undertake a variety of non-capital projects. The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University was asked to evaluate the overall initiative and the projects of each of the grantees.