Cooperating for Economic Development

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Smolski Texts

Publication Year:
1992
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.ric.edu/smolski_text/230; https://digitalcommons.ric.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1229&context=smolski_text
Author(s):
Smolski, Chester
Publisher(s):
Providence Business News; Digital Commons @ RIC
Tags:
city planning; community interests; community investment; poor planning; urban renewal; Economic policy; Local government; Government agencies; Organizational behavior; Public administration; Social policy; Urban planning; Economic Policy; Growth and Development; Public Administration; Social Welfare; Urban Studies; Urban Studies and Planning; Work, Economy and Organizations; Economic policy, Local government, Government agencies, Organizational behavior, Public administration, Social policy, Urban planning
article description
"This small state has an advantage over larger states because its size allows it to share ideas more easily. With only 39 cities and towns, and no county governments, it is possible to have a meeting in Providence, attended by representatives of these communities within less than a one-hour drive."