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  • Vaccine/Health Policy Research — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Faculty Emeriti Faculty Dale Whittington Whittington Research Vaccine Health Policy Research Students Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/faculty/dalewhittington/whittingtonresearch/vaccine/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Development/Misc. — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Faculty Emeriti Faculty Dale Whittington Whittington Research Development Misc Students Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/faculty/dalewhittington/whittingtonresearch/development/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Michelle Audette-Bauman — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students Class of 2014 Michelle Audette Bauman Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/students/student-bios-web/Audette-Bauman/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Daniel Band — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students Class of 2014 Daniel Band Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/students/student-bios-web/danielband/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Jordan A. Jones — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students Class of 2014 Jordan A Jones Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/students/student-bios-web/jordanjones/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Genevieve Will — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students Class of 2014 Genevieve Will Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/students/student-bios-web/genevievewill/sendto_form (2015-06-03)
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  • Letting transit shape development in the Triangle — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    of potential users get better transit service Yet a new paradigm for transit planning is emerging In this paradigm transit investments not only respond to needs of the city today but also help shape the future city Instead of serving only the places with high passenger demand under this paradigm mass transit investments serve areas where future development can happen In the same way that the interstate highway system had an enormous impact on metropolitan areas by attracting growth to sprawling residential neighborhoods planners are turning to mass transit to create the transit cities of the 21 st century A key ingredient for the success of this new paradigm is to have mass transit investments coordinated with planning for future development that is dense walkable and with a mixture of different land uses Coordinating development and transit service that are mutually reinforcing is critical Over the last four decades world class cities like Stockholm in Sweden Copenhagen in Denmark and Curitiba in Brazil have shown convincingly that growth oriented towards mass transit investments pays off protects the environment and creates jobs Evidence of this new paradigm is also emerging in the United States Portland Oregon has managed to attract significant growth around their rail system stops and with it successfully avoided the need for costly urban freeways Closer to home Charlotte has been very successful in orienting urban development towards the spine provided by the Lynx rail system with very positive impacts on the local economy and quality of life The success of these cities provide models for the Triangle but also help answer critical questions as to the factors that account for that success Ongoing research at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has evaluated the institutional and planning factors that lead to successful and mutually supportive transit

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/transit-develop (2015-06-03)
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  • Lester receives the Chester Rapkin award — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Lester for his article titled Labor Standards and Local Economic Development Do Living Wage Provisions Harm Economic Growth Vol 32 issue 3 http jpe sagepub com content 32 3 331 abstract The Award was founded for JPER by the co editors Lew Hopkins and Gill Chin Lim in honor of Professor Rapkin at his retirement It carries a cash grant supported by an endowment at the University of Illinois Foundation in Urbana The Chester Rapkin Award Committee for Volume 32 included Ann Forsyth Chair Matti Siemiatycki and Dick Klosterman This committee provided the following assessment of the selected paper William Lester s Labor Standards and Local Economic Development Do Living Wage Provisions Harm Economic Growth examines a topic of national interest for planning scholarship and practice The paper uses a rigorous thoroughly documented research design to consider the effect that including living wage standards in economic development policies have on employment levels and redevelopment activities The study uses an establishment level time series database and a sophisticated case selection approach to examine 31 jurisdictions that have and have not implemented these ordinances The paper concludes that ordinances mandating stronger labor standards have no effect on aggregate economic development outcomes This

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/lester-chester (2015-06-03)
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