CDCs and the Changing Context for Urban Community Development: A Review of the Field and the Environment

@inproceedings{Frisch2006CDCsAT,
  title={CDCs and the Changing Context for Urban Community Development: A Review of the Field and the Environment},
  author={Michael S. Frisch and Lisa J. Servon},
  year={2006}
}
This review takes Rebuilding Communities as a starting point to survey the community development literature, the community development field, and external environmental factors, in order to examine what has happened over the past fifteen years to shape the context in which urban community development corporations (CDCs) now operate. This paper is both a bounded literature review and an environmental scan. We identify categories of changes and influences on the community development field. We… CONTINUE READING

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