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The Road through the Rust Belt
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Examines how and why midwest industrial cities declined and the efforts being made to rejuvenate them.

Table of Contents

  1. Title Page, Copyright Page
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. 1 - Introduction
  2. Edward W. (Ned) Hill
  3. pp. 1-6
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  1. 2 - Midwestern Urban and Regioinal Responses to Global Economic Transition
  2. William M. Bowen and Kelly L. Kinahan
  3. pp. 7-36
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  1. 3 - Can Tax Expenditures Stimulate Growth in Rust Belt Cities?
  2. Benjamin Y. Clark
  3. pp. 37-68
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  1. 4 - The Evolution of Clusters and Implications for the Revival of Old Industrial Cities
  2. Haifeng Qian
  3. pp. 69-94
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  1. 5 - Stop Shovelling: A New Workforce Development Strategy to Promote Regional Prosperity
  2. Joel A. Elvery
  3. pp. 95-122
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  1. 6 - Distinctly Cleveland: How the Arts are Helping to Revitalize Rust Belt Cities
  2. Gregory M. Sadlek and Joan Chase
  3. pp. 123-146
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  1. 7 - How Energy Policy Enabled the Decline of Midwestern Cities, and How It Can Contribute to Their Rehabilitation
  2. Andrew R. Thomas
  3. pp. 147-190
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  1. 8 - Entrepreneurial Initiatives in Chinese Markets: Why They Are Important and What Firms Need to Know
  2. Chieh-Chen Bowen
  3. pp. 191-214
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  1. 9 - Barriers and Opportunities for Entrepreneurship in Older Industrial Regions
  2. Ziona Austrian and Merissa C. Piazza
  3. pp. 215-244
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  1. 10 - Reasons for Misgivings about Local Economic Development Initiatives
  2. William M. Bowen and Chang-Shik Song
  3. pp. 245-276
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  1. 11 - Lost a Step: The Great Lakes Region and Entrepreneurship
  2. David R. Elkins
  3. pp. 277-306
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  1. Authors
  2. pp. 307-310
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 311-328
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  1. About the Institute
  2. pp. 329-329
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