Table of contents for Financing economic development : an institutional response / edited by Richard D. Bingham, Edward W. Hill, Sammis B. White.


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PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
An Overview of Economic Development Finance - Edward W Hill and Nell Ann Shelley
Economic Development Financing Policy - Michael J Wolkoff
A State and Local Perspective
Tax Incentives, Public Loans and Subsidies - Margaret E Dewar
What Difference do they Make in Nonmetropolitan Economic Development?
PART TWO: THE PUBLIC SECTOR
What Public Finance do State Constitutions Allow? - Ferdinand P Schoettle
Industrial Development Bonds - Matthew R Marlin and William P Buzzi
What Remains?
Tax Increment Financing - James R Paetsch and Roger K Dahlstrom
What it is and How it Works
PART THREE: ALTERNATIVE USES OF PUBLIC FUNDS
Connecticut's New Product Development Corporation - Peter S Fisher
Enterprise Zones - Michael Allan Wolf
A Decade of Diversity
Research Parks as Public Investments - Michael I Lugar and Harvey A Goldstein
A Critical Assessment
Community Development Corporations as a Tool for Economic Development Finance - Wim Wiewel and Jeff Weintraub
Revolving Funds for Economic Development - J Christopher Walker
State Initiatives to Modernize US Small and Midsized Manufacturers - Philip Shapira
Increasing Exports Through World Trade Centers - Sammis B White
Financing Exports - Mary Lou Eagan and Marc Bendrick Jr
What is the State Role?
PART FOUR: PRIVATE FINANCE FOR DEVELOPMENT
The Use of Bank Financing for Economic Development - John M Kolesar
Venture Capital - Sheldon B Lubar
Financing Entrepreneurs - Robert J Gaston
The Anatomy of a Hidden Market
PART FIVE: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Putting it all Together - Terry F Buss, Arnold Clebone, Pamela Stanley and Peter Mitchell
Financing Sovereign Circuits



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Industrial promotion -- United States -- Finance.
Industrial policy -- United States -- Finance.
Economic development -- Finance.