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Comparing Local Government Autonomy Across States, Working Paper 035
Government, Governance, and Regional Economic Growth, Working Paper 044
The First Women Washington Correspondents, GW Washington Studies No. 4
State and Local Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth and Development, Working Paper 026
Democracy Workshop Pilot Report
Intrametropolitan Area Revenue Raising Disparities and Equities, Working Paper 019
Links in the Chain: Greenbelt, Maryland and the New Town Movement in America, GW Washi...
Spatial Efficiency and Regional Prosperity: A Literature Review and Policy Discussion,...
Southern City, National Ambition: The Growth of Early Washington, D.C., 1800 - 1860
Foggy Bottom 1800 - 1975: A Study in the Uses of an Urban Neighborhood, GW Washington ...
Economic Competitiveness and the Determinants of Sub-National Area Economic Activity, ...
Undocumented College Students in the United States: In-State Tuition Not Enough to Ens...
Building Regional Economic Resilience: What Can We Learn from Other Fields, Working Pa...
National Fiscal Policy and Local Government During the Economic Crisis, Working Paper 052
An Analysis of Fiscal Policies in the Sudan: A Pro-Poor Perspective, Working Paper 017
The Impact of Family Homeownership on Children's Educational Attainment and Earnin...
Have central cities come back?, Working Paper 005
States and Their Cities: Partnerships for the Future, Working Paper
Literature Review on the Determinants of Residential Employment, Working Paper 033
Regional Systems and Regional Economic Growth: A Systems Approach to Understanding Reg...
Estimating Economic Impacts of Homeland Security Measures, Working Paper 022
Does the Community Reinvestment Act Help Minorities Access Traditionally Inaccessible ...
Local Democratic Governance: What Is It and How We Manage It?, Working Paper 031
Public Street Illumination in Washington, D.C., GW Washington Studies No. 2
Racing up to the Bottom: Work and Welfare in the US, Working Paper 001
OECD Countries Local Government Fiscal Context, Working Paper 053
Learning from Abroad: A Framework, Working Paper
Community Building and a Human-Capital Agenda in Hampton, Virginia: A Case Analysis of...
Understanding the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Areas in the United States, Wor...
Information Resources to Facilitate Middle Skills Workforce Development, Working Paper
Active Living and Biking: Tracing the Evolution of a Biking System in Arlington, Virgi...
Gentrification in Adams Morgan: Political and Commercial Consequences of Neighborhood ...
Privileged Place: Race, Uneven Development and the Geography of Opportunity in Urban A...
Developing Legitimacy for Action by Connecting Citizens and Government: Lessons for U...
Law and Order in the Capital City, GW Washington Studies No. 5
Economic Development Policy Making Networks in the Cleveland and Detroit Regions, Work...
Thin the Soup or Shorten the Line: Washington Area Nonprofits Adapt to Uncertain Times...
Building Economic Development Networks in Detroit: A Comparison of Methods of Social N...
Ancient Washington: American Indian Cultures of the Potomac Valley, GW Washington Stud...
Activation and Reform in the United States: What Time Has Told, Working Paper 048
Poverty in the US and the UK: Relative Measurement and Relative Achievement, Working P...
The TANF Resources Problem
Images of Brookland: The History and Architecture of a Washington Suburb, GW Washingto...
Policy Transfer: What We Know About What Transfers, How It Happens, and How to Do It, ...
Urban Politics Revisited: A Policy-centered Look at Local Political Ecologies
Explaining the Economic Competitiveness of the District of Columbia, Working Paper 051
THE HIGH PERFORMANCE BONUS, working paper 007
Port Town to Urban Neighborhood: The Georgetown Waterfront of Washington, D.C. 1880-1920
Toward Understanding Urban Pathology: Creating a Typology of 'Weak Market' Cit...
Explaining City Performance: How Important is State Policy?, Working Paper 020
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