Collaboration for Civic Change: Connecting High-Tech Growth and Community Well-Being

Author(s)
Susan Appe and Judith R. Saidel, Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, State University of New York, Albany

Date
2013
 
Source 

This case involves nonprofit, business, government, and education leaders in efforts to link social and economic development, connecting high-tech growth and community well-being. It addresses collaboration across sectors responding to new economic conditions within a geographic region.


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