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Crossing over to an improved era of community development

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  • Eric Belsky
  • Jennifer Fauth
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    Belsky and Fauth highlight the state of the art in community development, including efforts like the Harlem Children’s Zone, Living Cities’ Integration Initiative, Purpose Built Communities, and other exemplary community building efforts. The authors also identify common elements that make these efforts successful across a broad range of geographies and populations.

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    This book is provided by Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in its series Monograph with number 2012cotaieoc and published in 2012.

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    Keywords: Community development;

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