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2013, articles Fall

The effective use of property tax incentives for economic development pp. 4-7 Downloads
Daphne A. Kenyon, Adam H. Langley and Bethany P. Paquin
Preserving small rental buildings pp. 8-10 Downloads
Sarah Berke, Joan Carty and Barbara McCormick
Prepaid cards: lots of flavors, not all delicious pp. 11-13 Downloads
Claire Greene
Mapping New England: average acute inpatient charges, by county pp. 14-15 Downloads
Kaili Mauricio
Disability, unemployment, and poverty pp. 16-18 Downloads
David Hoff
The new community investment tax credit pp. 19-22 Downloads
Joseph Kriesberg
Community development lending: patience, collaboration, and tolerance for risk pp. 23-25 Downloads
Anthony Poore
Alternatives to youth incarceration pp. 26-28 Downloads
Annie Salsich
Keeping the community and its economy healthy pp. 29-31 Downloads
Peg Underhill

2013, articles Summer

Casinos and cities: can they live together? pp. 4-5 Downloads
Alan Mallach
A new initiative for Massachusetts smaller cities pp. 6-7 Downloads
Prabal Chakrabarti
Promoting economic prosperity by welcoming immigrants pp. 8-10 Downloads
Rachel Steinhardt
Medical debt: a curable affliction health reform won’t fix pp. 11-13 Downloads
David U. Himmelstein and Steffie Woolhandler
Undocumented immigrants and child health pp. 14-15 Downloads
Nancy Berlinger and Michael K. Gusmano
Tackling health-related needs: Boston Medical Center Pediatrics pp. 16-17 Downloads
Barry Zuckerman
Modern land banking: can it work in southern New England? pp. 18-20 Downloads
Erin Graves
Mapping New England: people living in lower-income areas, by county pp. 21 Downloads
Ana Patricia Munoz
Childhood savings and college success pp. 22-25 Downloads
Cathy Lin
It takes a village: communities tackle crime pp. 26-28 Downloads
Andrea Pereira and Julia Ryan
New England fishermen adapt to a sea change pp. 29-31 Downloads
Lee Crockett

2013, articles Spring

Latino dairy workers in Vermont pp. 5-7 Downloads
Daniel Baker
Access to affordable food in New Hampshire pp. 8-10 Downloads
Sally K. Ward
Beginning farmers and local food systems pp. 11-13 Downloads
Mary Ahearn and Dawn Thilmany
Mapping New England: use of food stamps, by county pp. 14-15 Downloads
Kaili Mauricio
Closing the academic divide through debate pp. 16-19 Downloads
Ashley Belanger and Steve Stein
Supplemental security income, welfare reform, and the recession pp. 20-21 Downloads
Lucie Schmidt
Giving a decommissioned military base new life pp. 22-24 Downloads
John A. Moore
The urban forest pp. 25-27 Downloads
Kathleen L. Wolf
The Great Recession and confidence in homeownership pp. 28-30 Downloads
Anat Bracha and Julian Jamison

2013, articles Winter

The foreclosure legacy pp. 4-6 Downloads
Nellie M. Gorbea
Mapping New England: rent as a percentage of income, by county pp. 7 Downloads
Kaili Mauricio
Rental housing in Rhode Island pp. 8-9 Downloads
Chris Hannifan
Homeless prevention: an inexpensive solution to a costly social problem pp. 10-11 Downloads
Emily S. Anderson
Maine communities foster immigrants' small businesses pp. 12-14 Downloads
Alexandra Alvarez and Jody Harris
Innocent but incarcerated: 10,000 lost years pp. 15-16 Downloads
Gretchen Bennett
Building community through the arts: the North Adams story pp. 17-19 Downloads
Jaye Fox
Role-playing our way to solutions pp. 20-21 Downloads
Miriam Axel-Lute
The story of a sausage business pp. 22-23 Downloads
Claire Greene
The green retrofit initiative pp. 24-27 Downloads
Elizabeth Glynn
When high finance meets age-old problems pp. 28-29 Downloads
Kristin Kanders
The wisdom of crowdfunding pp. 30-31 Downloads
Juanjuan Zhang

2010, articles Fall

The crisis and Latino families pp. 3-5 Downloads
Janis Bowdler, Roberto Quercia and David Andrew Smith
Advanced manufacturing in New England: strategies for tapping the potential pp. 6-8 Downloads
James Brett and Mike Reopel
Rhode Island unemployment pp. 9-11 Downloads
Leonard Lardaro
Coordinating homeowner assistance: weatherization and housing rehabilitation pp. 12-14 Downloads
Spencer M. Cowan and William M. Rohe
Mapping New England: mortgage holders in trouble pp. 15 Downloads
Kai-yan Lee
The subprime meltdown: who knew what when? pp. 16-18 Downloads
Kathleen C. Engel and Patricia A. McCoy
Shared services: strengthening early care and education pp. 19-21 Downloads
Naman Libbie Poppick and Louise Stoney
The creative economy, public policy, and community development pp. 22-24 Downloads
Mollie S. Burke
How loan modifications affect credit scores pp. 25-27 Downloads
Prabal Chakrabarti
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