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The High-Tech Sector In Northeast Ohio: 2007 Update, Ziona Austrian, Jill S. Taylor Dec 2007

The High-Tech Sector In Northeast Ohio: 2007 Update, Ziona Austrian, Jill S. Taylor

Urban Publications

This report describes trends in the high-tech sector in Northeast Ohio, focusing on the 2004-2006 time period. It is the first update to a baseline report released in February 2007 that analyzed trends between 2000 and 2005. This study follows the baseline report in that it examines the high-tech sector in Northeast Ohio from three perspectives — high-tech industries, high-tech occupations, and research and development activity. It assesses the strengths and weaknesses of high-tech industries in terms of employment, average wage, gross regional product (output), and productivity. High-tech occupations are analyzed in terms of employment levels. Research and development activity is ...


Northeast Ohio Manufacturing Brief, Afia Yamoah Nov 2007

Northeast Ohio Manufacturing Brief, Afia Yamoah

Urban Publications

This brief continues a series of publications on trends in Northeast Ohio manufacturing industries. It aims to provide a quick, current, and informative report on trends in employment, wages, and output for major manufacturing industries.


Northeast Ohio Entrepreneurship Confidence Survey: Second-Year Findings, David O. Kasdan, Jill S. Taylor Oct 2007

Northeast Ohio Entrepreneurship Confidence Survey: Second-Year Findings, David O. Kasdan, Jill S. Taylor

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Commentary: The Use Of Focus Groups For Design And Implementation Of Collaborative Environmental Administrative Programs: A Comparison Of Two State-Level Processes In Ohio, Wendy Kellogg, Kevin E. O'Brien, Claudette Robey, Kirstin Toth Sep 2007

Commentary: The Use Of Focus Groups For Design And Implementation Of Collaborative Environmental Administrative Programs: A Comparison Of Two State-Level Processes In Ohio, Wendy Kellogg, Kevin E. O'Brien, Claudette Robey, Kirstin Toth

Urban Publications

Development and implementation of administrative programs are important steps in the process of change through public law and policy. These programs set the specific mechanisms that will be used to carry out the intent of the law or policy as best an agency can determine. Administrative personnel may involve the general public and stakeholders in program development and implementation in order to improve program design, increasingly used as part of collaborative environmental management strategies. This article examines the use of focus groups as a stakeholder participation method in collaborative program development and implementation processes in two different environmentally-oriented agency programs ...


The Nasa Glenn Research Center: An Economic Impact Study, Fiscal Year 2006, Jill S. Taylor Sep 2007

The Nasa Glenn Research Center: An Economic Impact Study, Fiscal Year 2006, Jill S. Taylor

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


An Update Of The Regional Growth Model For Large And Mid-Size U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Northeast Ohio Dashboard Indicators, Ziona Austrian, Iryna Lendel, Afia Yamoah Aug 2007

An Update Of The Regional Growth Model For Large And Mid-Size U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Northeast Ohio Dashboard Indicators, Ziona Austrian, Iryna Lendel, Afia Yamoah

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


An Update Of The Regional Growth Model For Large And Mid-Size U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Northeast Ohio Dashboard Indicators: Executive Summary, Ziona Austrian, Iryna Lendel, Jill S. Taylor Aug 2007

An Update Of The Regional Growth Model For Large And Mid-Size U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Northeast Ohio Dashboard Indicators: Executive Summary, Ziona Austrian, Iryna Lendel, Jill S. Taylor

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


John Carroll University: Economic Impact On Northeast Ohio, Jill S. Taylor, Ziona Austrian, Afia Yamoah Jul 2007

John Carroll University: Economic Impact On Northeast Ohio, Jill S. Taylor, Ziona Austrian, Afia Yamoah

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


Northeast Ohio Economic Brief, Afia Yamoah Jul 2007

Northeast Ohio Economic Brief, Afia Yamoah

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


International Business In Northeast Ohio, Patricia Cirillo, Jill S. Taylor, Ziona Austrian May 2007

International Business In Northeast Ohio, Patricia Cirillo, Jill S. Taylor, Ziona Austrian

Urban Publications

No abstract provided.


The High-Tech Sector In Northeast Ohio: Baseline Report, Ziona Austrian, Jill S. Taylor Feb 2007

The High-Tech Sector In Northeast Ohio: Baseline Report, Ziona Austrian, Jill S. Taylor

Urban Publications

This study uses several indicators to measure the strengths and weaknesses of the high-tech sector in Northeast Ohio (NEO) in comparison to the U.S. High-tech industries are analyzed in terms of employment, average wage, gross regional product (output), and productivity. High-tech occupations are analyzed in terms of employment. Research and development activity is analyzed by examining trends in industry R&D funding and academic R&D expenditures.


Jefferson Village Downtown District Plan, Wendy A. Kellogg, Kirby Date, Richard Klein, James Wyles, Alicia Dyer, Tim Kobie, Christine Zuniga Feb 2007

Jefferson Village Downtown District Plan, Wendy A. Kellogg, Kirby Date, Richard Klein, James Wyles, Alicia Dyer, Tim Kobie, Christine Zuniga

Urban Publications

Jefferson Village is an incorporated municipality in Northeastern Ohio, with a population in 2000 of about 4000 residents. Originally founded in 1803 and incorporated in 1836, the Village has been the county seat for Ashtabula County since 1807. The Village is centrally located in Ashtabula County, 10 miles south of Lake Erie, and 10 miles west of the Pennsylvania border. Interstate highway 90 runs parallel to the lake shore, about 6 miles north of the village; and State Route 11 is a major north-south connector located about 2 miles east of the village. The primary employment locations in the Village ...


Jumpstart Inc: Economic Impact On Northeast Ohio, Ziona Austrian Jan 2007

Jumpstart Inc: Economic Impact On Northeast Ohio, Ziona Austrian

Urban Publications

This research note estimates the economic impact resulting from JumpStart Inc. investment in start-up companies in Northeast Ohio. JumpStart is a business development organization or, more specifically a venture-development organization that funds high-growth businesses and ideas, works with their founders to develop the businesses into venture-ready entities, and celebrates Northeast Ohio's early-stage company successes.