ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT QUARTERLY / November 2001
“The Economic Impact of Manufacturing Extension Centers,” Ehlen, 36. “An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Louisville’s Enterprise Zone,” Lambert and Coomes, 168. “The Impact of Industrial Relocation on Displaced Workers: A Case Study of Cortland, New York,” Benería and Santiago, 78. “The Impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement on the Economy of Western New York,” Will and MacPherson,
340. “Local-Global Partnerships for High-Tech Development: Integrating Top-Down and Bottom-Up Models,” Parker, 149. “A National Longitudinal Analysis of Women’s Representation in Private Sector Economic Development Organizations,”
André and Weisinger, 71. “Retail Politics: Local Sales Taxes and the Fiscalization of Land Use,” Lewis, 21. “State-Level Determinants of Entrepreneurship and a Preliminary Measure of Entrepreneurial Climate,” Goetz and Fresh-
water, 58. “Using Program Attributes to Measure and Evaluate State Economic Development Strategies,” Saiz, 45.
“If Civic Culture is the Answer, What is the Question?” Stone, 313. “Metropolitan Prosperity From Major League Sports in the CBD: Stadia Location or Just Strength of the Central City? A
Reply to Arthur C. Nelson,” Wassmer, 266. “Paying for the Public Life,” Levy, 124. “Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Uncertainty in Local Economic Development,” Bowman, 317. “Well, Maybe . . . : Taking Context Seriously in Analyzing Local Economic Development,” Clarke, 320.
“Changing Work Organization in Small Manufacturers: Challenges for Economic Development,” Theodore and Weber,
367. “The Effect of State Tax Incentives on Economic Growth and Firm Location Decisions: An Overview of the Literature,”