Universal Design and Visitability: from Accessibility to Zoning
Nasar, Jack L., ed.; Evans-Cowley, Jennifer, ed. (2007)
Decomposing the impacts: Lessons from a multistate analysis of enterprise zone programs
Bondonio, Daniele; Greenbaum, Robert T. (2005-06)
This paper exploits the exogenous variation of the U.S. state enterprise zone policies to estimate the impact of geographically- targeted tax incentives on a number of dimensions of local economic growth. The econometric ...
Do High Technology Policies Work? An Analysis of High Technology Industry Employment Growth in U.S. Metropolitan Areas, 1988-1998
Jenkins, J. Craig; Leicht, Kevin T; Jaynes, Arthur (2004-12)
In the past three decades, federal, state and local governments have launched an array of new high technology development programs. Researchers and policy-makers disagree about the relative merits of these policies as ...
The Nonprofit Sector in the Franklin County
Malecki, Edward J.; Greenbaum, Robert T.; Hultquist, Andy M. (2005-04)
•Nonprofits in Franklin County, Ohio, represent a major sector of the county’s economy. •The 1,514 charitable nonprofits filing tax returns as nonprofit entities in 2003 (those with more than $25,000 in annual receipts) ...
Uneven Burden: Economic Analysis of Medicaid Expenditure Changes in Ohio
Greenbaum, Robert T.; Desai, Anand (2004-04)
E-government and Planning: Key Citizen Participation Issues and Applications
Evans-Cowley, Jennifer, ed.; Conroy, Maria Manta, ed. (2005)
Citizen participation is a common goal of local governments. Local governments face the challenge of giving information to and getting input from citizens. The use of the Internet for citizen participation is growing ...
Estimating Local Effects of Medicaid Expenditure Changes
Desai, Anand; Kim, Yushim; Greenbaum, Robert T. (2005-06)
A number of changes have been proposed by the Ohio governor and leaders in the state legislature to help slow the rate of growth of the Ohio’s Medicaid program over the two-year period beginning July 1, 2005. This report ...
Viewing Spatial Consequences of Budgetary Policy Changes
Greenbaum, Robert T.; Desai, Anand (2004)
While the research community is often very concerned with the distributional effect of public policy decisions, the geographic distribution of the affected populations is often overlooked. This paper argues that seemingly ...
Privacy and Access to Public Records in the Information Age
Bermann, Sol (2006-04)
Historically, public records, specifically court-related records, have had some measure of public accessibility. Similar to the right to an open court system, the notion of open records goes to the public's right to observe ...
Using Consumer Information to Improve Recalls
Hooker, Neil H.; Shang, Wenjing (2006-04)
Recalls of consumer products have increased in recent years leading to questions about the efficacy of quality control and crisis management and calls for new policies. This paper considers a more active role for food ...