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New Suburbanism: Sustainable Spatial Patterns of Tall Buildings
Much of the anticipated future growth in North America will occur in suburbia. The critical challenge that we will face is how to accommodate this growth in a sustainable and resilient manner. While the past 50 years ...
Interregional Inventor Collaboration and the Commercial Value of Patented Inventions: Evidence from the U.S. Biotechnology Industry
(Springer Verlag, 2018-09)
This paper analyzes the relative importance of the spatiality of inventor collaboration links for the quality of invention. It uses patent citation and renewal data to estimate (expected) economic values for a sample of ...
How Does Intergovernmental Fiscal Environment Affect General Fund Balances of Major American Cities?
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-07-20)
This study explores the extent to which intergovernmental fiscal factors affect fiscal reserves in municipal general funds. Statistical results from panel data of 87 major cities in the U.S. for the period from 1995 to ...
Suburbanisation and sprawl in post-socialist Belgrade and Sofia
(Taylor & Francis, 2018-04-19)
The goal of this research is to examine the processes of suburbanization and sprawl in two post-socialist capital cities in Southeast Europe – Belgrade, Serbia and Sofia, Bulgaria. Our analysis begins with a survey of ...
Electric Vehicle Park-Charge-Ride Programs: A Planning Framework and Case Study in Chicago
In suburban areas, combining the use of electric vehicles (EV) and transit systems in an EV Park-Charge-Ride (PCR) approach can potentially help improve transit accessibility, facilitate EV charging and adoption, and reduce ...
From Nonprofit Leader to Elected Official: Examining Political Ambition in the Nonprofit Sector
(SAGE Publications, 2018-10)
To what extent do leaders of nonprofit organizations run for elected office? We address this question through an exploratory study using survey data from a random sample of 184 leaders of nonprofit human service organizations ...