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UA 029 - Center for Regional Development Records, 2000-2009

Introduction

Work product of the Center for Regional Development located at Bowling Green State University.

Duplication of materials in this collection is permitted for the purposes of preservation and research. No restrictions exist on the use of this collection. As described in the Visiting Researcher Application Form, researchers using this collection assume full responsibility for conforming to the laws of libel, privacy, and copyright.

Agency History

The Center for Regional Development (CRD) is an interdisciplinary research platform with expertise in regional economics and community development that exists at Bowling Green State University. The CRD works with other research centers in the region and around the globe to explore and share development and research opportunities. The CRD provides applied research, data, and technical assistance to the business community to facilitate the growth and retention of jobs in the region.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of promotional materials, newsletters, conference and workshop materials, and special publications, reports, and studies of the CRD that relate to Northwest Ohio and/or the BGSU. It is organized in the order it was received.

Collection size: 1 letter sized manuscript box (0.33 cubic feet)

Inventory

Box 1:

1. Conference: Borders and Inequality in Policy History, June 2000

2. Forum: By the People, October 2007

3. Forum: Congress Comes to Campus by Ken Hechler and Bill Barrett, Spetember 2003

4. Lecture Series: Contributions of Social Constuctionism to a Theory of Accelerated Radical Innovation, by John Bers, October 2005

5. Brochures: Center for Policy Analysis and Public Service, n.d.

6. Policy Brief: Disputes Taken to the World Trade Organization by Sue Mota, 2000

7. Impact Study: Economic Impact of Creative Industries by Michael Carroll, October 2007

8. Briefing: Farmland Urbanization in Northwest Ohio by Robert Vincent, January 2003

9. Brochures, Workshop Programs: Fiscal Analysis Capacity Training by David Scott, 2004-2005; n.d.

10. Workshop: Geographic Information System (GIS), January 2005

11. Publication: A Guide to Public Policy Research, 2001

12. Publication: Local Government Options, June 2005

13. Program Evaluation: Local Technical Assistance Program Evaluation, 2003

14. Final Report: Needs Assessment of Local Communities in Northwest Ohio by the Institute for Psychological Research and Application, June 2004

15. Newsletter: CenterLines, 2000-2009

16. Conference: Northwest Ohio Arts Exchange by Michael Carroll, September 2005

17. Policy Brief: Role of the Academy in Policy Formation and Critique by John Brandl, 2001

18. Conference Brochures: State of the Region, 2002-2009

19. Publication: State of the Region – Northwest Ohio Perspectives, 2004

20. Conference Brochures: Technology-Based Economic Development and the Small Community by Nancy Stark, David Robinson, Gregory Dunn, and Michael Carroll, March 2002

21. Policy Brief: The Unanticipated Consequences of Direct Democracy by Robert Alexander, 2001

22. Lecture Series Flier: When Regions Prosper Are Inner Cities Left Behind by John Blair, March 2006

23. Lecture Series Flier: The White Man's Burden: Why the West's Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good by William Easterly, October 2006

24. Measuring Bowling Green State University’s Impact on Ohio’s Economy by Michael Carroll, October 2004