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erformance evaluation of Louisville"s enterprise zone

Scott Cummings

erformance evaluation of Louisville"s enterprise zone

by Scott Cummings

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Published by The Center in [Louisville, KY] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kentucky,
  • Louisville,
  • Louisville.
    • Subjects:
    • Enterprise zones -- Kentucky -- Louisville -- Evaluation.,
    • Community development, Urban -- Kentucky -- Louisville.,
    • Job creation -- Kentucky -- Louisville.,
    • Industrial policy -- Kentucky -- Louisville.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared for the Board of Aldermen, City of Louisville ; prepared by Center for Policy Research and Evaluation, Urban Studies Institute, University of Louisville.
      SeriesPublic policy research series, Public policy research series (Louisville, Ky.)
      ContributionsSingleton, Kenneth, Louisville (Ky.). Board of Aldermen., University of Louisville. Urban Studies Institute. Center for Policy Research and Evaluation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC107.K42 L683 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL295461M
      LC Control Number97201363

      Downloadable (with restrictions)! In this article, we study the impact of a French enterprise zone program—the ‘Zones Franches Urbaines’ (ZFUs) policy—on establishment location decisions and on labor market outcomes. Our main identification strategy, which combines spatial and time differencing, shows that conditional on locating in a municipality that hosts a ZFU, the policy has a. Louisville Business First. The tobacco processing and production industry is a vital part of Louisvilles local economy, as is the distillation of gin and whiskey. Two Ford Motors factories, producing trucks and utility vehicles, are in Louisville; other area concerns produce baseball bats, chemicals, paint, and electrical appliances. Other major employers in Louisville are Alliant Hospital, GE.

      Urban enterprise zone policies generally offer tax concessions, infrastructure incentives, and reduced regulations to attract investments and private companies into the zones. They are a type of special economic zone where companies can locate free of certain local, state, and federal taxes and restrictions. Urban enterprise zones are intended to encourage development in deprived . Summary data about coronavirus (COVID) and the response to it: 27 May 27 May Statistics Part of the series: Summary data about coronavirus (COVID) and the response to it Attendance at local authority settings during the coronavirus (COVID) pandemic: 18 .

      Main St, Louisville, CO, P: | F: Enterprise Zones in Illinois – The Economic Impact is Still Unknown. November () Dr. Natalie Davila. Dr. Natalie Davila is an economist with an extensive background in public finance. She was Director of Research for the Illinois Department of Revenue for 10 years.


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Louisville, Kentucky, has one of the oldest and largest enterprise zones (EZs) in the United States, yet until recently, the program had not been independently evaluated. Perhaps because no clearly superior evaluation methodology has emerged in the literature, the efficacy of EZ programs around the United States remains a contentious subject among scholars and policy makers by:   An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Louisville’s Enterprise Zone.

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Louisville, KY: University of Louisville, Urban Studies Institute, Center for Policy Research and Evaluation. Census of population and housing. Enterprise zone policy is a potential tool for the regeneration of distressed areas, based primarily on tax incentives to businesses locating in the target areas.

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Similar research. University Enterprise Zones Pilot Evaluation – Outline Evaluation Plan and Baseline 11 Introduction The University Enterprise Zones are specific geographical areas that will increase interaction between universities and businesses.

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Before Writing the Evaluation • Self-Assessment – The employee will begin the process by conducting a self-assessment, which provides the employee an opportunity to display their accomplishments.Land Use, Basic Concepts. To help ensure a healthy and pleasant combination of land uses, zoning is used to regulate property use.

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