Center for Economic Development
What Works in Economic Development reviews evaluation literature relevant to economic development strategies. While economic development programs are difficult to evaluate, the literature reveals important information about the level of success achieved by various programs. It also demonstrates how positive results can be realized. A “what works” matrix follows the review of the evaluation studies. The matrix highlights the significant findings and key lessons that can be learned from this work.
Austrian, Ziona and Norton, Jill, "What Works in Economic Development Practice? An Evaluation of Strategies & Tools" (2002). All Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Publications. 0 1 2 3 266.