Partnership Projects : a Framework for Evaluating Public-private Housing and Development Efforts: Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Housing and Community Development, Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, House of Representatives
The Office, 1990 - City planning - 82 pages
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Accounting Office Achievement of intended addition agency Appendix businesses census changes community development needs community development projects crime Criteria of Need Department of Housing discussed distribution of housing effects efforts Evaluating Public-Private Partnerships example Federal Perspective federal program framework funds gentrification Harold Seidman household income housing and community Housing and Urban housing needs housing or community housing units identified indicators and measures initiated intended objectives involvement jobs created low-income Mayer ment moderate-income mortgage Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation nership projects nity nonfinancial resources number of households number of housing obtained Opportunity costs Outcome Criteria oversight participants partners physical distress planning potential private sector Process Criteria public sector public-private partnership projects rates records relevant rental shelter records specific spinoff development SRI International staff success surveys Table target populations tax increment financing tion U.S. Department U.S. General Accounting Urban Institute Urban Land Institute variables Washington