|2||Background on North End Community||1958 North End Urban Renewal Plan. pp. 1 - R-26. |
Brightwood/Memorial Square Neighborhood Plans.
North End Strategic Plan (2003).
Springfield Practicum Final Report, 2004.
|3||Economic Development Theories, Regions and Neighborhoods as Economic Units|| Barnes and Ledebur. The New Regional Economies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1998, pp. 19-38. ISBN: 0761909397. |
Malizia and Feser. Understanding Local Economic Development. New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, 1999, pp. 51-55, 81-90, 123-133, 174-182, 195-201, 222-228, and 244-257. ISBN: 0882851632.
Wiewel, Brown, and Morris. "The Linkage Between Regional and Neighborhood Development." In Approaches to Economic Development. Edited by Blair and Reese. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1999, pp. 113-129. ISBN: 0761918841.
Novak. "Neighborhood Initiative and the Regional Economy." In Approaches to Economic Development. Edited by Blair and Reese. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1999, pp. 149-156. ISBN: 0761918841.
|4||Review/Discussion of North End Field Trip Project Resources and Work Plan||Amulya, Joy. "Summary of Critical Moments Reflection." Center for Reflective Community Practice Working Paper 2004-06. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2004. (PDF)|
|5||Regional Context: Greater Springfield Economy||Western Mass Economic Review 2004. |
Regional Labor Market Profile, Hampden County, Summer 2004. (PDF)
Porter, Michael E. Regional Competitiveness in the Pioneer Valley. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, 2003. (PDF)
Pioneer Valley Plan for Progress: Economic Strategies for the Region. (PDF - 2.3 MB)
|6||Springfield Political Context||Harry Spence HCED Lunch Talk, February 3, 2005. |
Keough, Robert, and Michael Jonas. "Down but not Out." Commonwealth Magazine, Winter 2004.
Roche, B. J. "Under Control?" Commonwealth Magazine, Summer 2005.
Tantraphol, Roselyn. "Springfield: A City Under Siege." Hartford Courant, April 17, 2005.
|7||Work Session|| Reese and Fasenfest. "What works best: Values and evaluation of local economic development policy." In Approaches to Economic Development. Edited by Blair and Reese. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1999, pp. 278-291. ISBN: 0761918841. |
Organizational Research Services. Theory of Change: A Practical Tool for Action, Results and Learning, 2004, pp. 1-17.
Ross and Freidman. "The emerging third wave: New economic development strategies." In Local Economic Development: Strategies for a Changing Economy. Edited by Fosler. Washington, DC: International City/County Management Association, pp. 125-137. ISBN: 0873260856.
|8||Analytical Tools to Support Evaluation: Economic Development Refection Tools (Critical Moments)||Mt. Auburn Associates. Fall River Economic Development Strategy. |
Hammer, Siler George Associates. Brockton Supermarket Study.
Karl F. Seidman Consulting Services, and BAE. Real Estate Market Analysis: Old Central Fire Station Property, Marlborough, MA, 2003, pp. 19-29.
Clark, Peggy, and Amy J. Kays. Labor Market Profiling. Washington, DC: Aspen Institute, 1997, pp. 9-34. ISBN: 0898432170.
Amuyla, Joy. "Summary of Critical Moments Reflection."
———. "What is Reflective Practice?"
|10||Work Session (cont.)|
|11||Work Session: Review of Preliminary Finding|
|12||Review of Findings/Draft Presentation|
|13||Reflection on Client Meeting and Decisions; Organization of Next Work Phase|
|14||ED Policies and Practices: Enterprise and Small Business Development|| Blakely. Planning Local Economic Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002, chapter 8, pp. 217-235 and 248-249. ISBN: 0761924582. |
Edgcomb, Elaine, and Joyce Klein. Opening Opportunities, Building Ownership: Fulfilling the Promise. Washington, DC: Aspen Institute, chapters 1 and 2, pp. 9-31 (chapters 3 and 4 optional). ISBN: 0898434300. (PDF - 1.2 MB)
Kumar, Tara. "Informal microenterprise in the North End community-Springfield, MA." MCP Thesis, MIT, 2004, pp. 43-106.
|15||ED Policies and Practices: Workforce Development||Fleischer. Extending Ladders: Findings from the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Jobs Initiative, pp. 4-27. (PDF - 1.8 MB) |
Mt. Auburn Associates. Workforce Development Strategy for Weinland Park Neighborhood.
Proscio, Tony. Structures of Opportunity: Developing the Neighborhood Jobs Initiative in Fort Worth, Texas. Oakland, CA: Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation, 2002, pp. 1-29.
|17||Application of Models; Preliminary Ideas; Critical Moments Training|
|18||ED Policies and Practices: Real Estate and Commercial District Development|| Blakely. Planning Local Economic Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002, chapter 7, pp. 179-196. ISBN: 0761924582. |
Martínez Hernández, Hernandez, Manuel Martinez. "Impact of Commercial Development on inner City Revitalization: An Analysis of Projects in Boston." M.C.P Thesis, MIT, 2001, pp. 20-40, 58-65, 89-95, and 115-124.
Seidman, Karl. Revitalizing Commerce for American Cities. Fannie Mae Foundation, 2004, chapters 1-3 and St Paul Case Studies, pp. 3-14 and 59-72.
Simons, Robert A. Turning Brownfields Into Greenbacks: Developing and Financing Environmentally Contaminated Urban Real Estate. Washington, DC: Urban Land Institute, 1998, pp. 100-110. ISBN: 0874208513.
|19||ED Policies and Practices: Capital Market and Financing|| Seidman. Economic Development Finance. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2004, chapter 1 and 10, pp. 5-18 and 217-239. ISBN: 0761927093. |
Benjamin, Rubin, and Zielenbach. Community Development Financial Institutions: Current Issues and Future Prospects. (PDF)
Grzywinski. The New Old Fashioned Banking, Harvard Business Review. (May-June 1991): 87-98.
|20||Work Session: Formulating and Detailing Proposals|
|21||Work Session: Plan Formulation and Refinement|
|22||Work Session: Preparing for Client Meeting|
|23||Review/Feedback on Initial Plans|
|24||Work Session: Finalize Plan|
|25||Trial Run of Plan Presentation|
|26||Course Conclusion and Reflections||Amulya, Joy. "Summary of Critical Moments Reflection." Center for Reflective Community Practice Working Paper 2004-06. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2004. (PDF)|