Putting Community Equity in Community Development: Resident Equity Participation in Urban Redevelopment

@article{Bezdek2009PuttingCE,
  title={Putting Community Equity in Community Development: Resident Equity Participation in Urban Redevelopment},
  author={B. Bezdek},
  journal={Urban Economics & Regional Studies eJournal},
  year={2009}
}
  • B. Bezdek
  • Published 2009
  • Business
  • Urban Economics & Regional Studies eJournal
  • The special concern of this paper is to recalibrate the benefits and burdens of public-private partnerships as they remake inner city neighborhoods, by braking the rate at which urban land is being reclaimed from low-wealth residents by local government practices to disperse occupants, sweeping aside their tangible and intangible capital. Public oversight requirements have not kept pace with the dispossession, yet the costs that these development decisions impose on the social fabric of… CONTINUE READING
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