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Community change initiatives from 1990-2010: accomplishments and implications for future work


  • Anne C. Kubisch
  • Patricia Auspos
  • Prudence Brown
  • Thomas Dewar


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  • Anne C. Kubisch & Patricia Auspos & Prudence Brown & Thomas Dewar, 2010. "Community change initiatives from 1990-2010: accomplishments and implications for future work," Community Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, issue Spr, pages 8-12,36.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedfci:y:2010:i:spr:p:8-1236:n:v.22,no.1

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    1. Precious Tirivanhu & Prosper B. Matondi & Daowei Sun, 2016. "Systemic Evaluation of a Comprehensive Community Initiative Based on Boundary Critique in Mhakwe Ward in Zimbabwe," Systemic Practice and Action Research, Springer, vol. 29(6), pages 541-564, December.
    2. Siegel, Beth & Winey, Devon & Kornetsky, Adam, 2015. "Pathways to system change: the design of multisite, cross-sector initiatives," Community Development Investment Center Working Paper 2015-3, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

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