Volume 3(1), Spring 1998

Table of Contents

Igniting the Engines of Regional Economic Development: An Overview of the Roles of Colleges and Universities
James P. Pappas
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3-15
Metropolitan Universities: Economic Engine for the Twenty-first Century
Gregory M. St.L. O'Brien
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16-21
Sewing and Reaping in the Economic Development Field: Twenty Years of Learning, Leveraging, and Initiating by the UNO Center for Economic Development
Ivan J. Miestchovich, Jr.
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22-27
Small Business Development Centers: A University Economic-Development Tradition
Woodrow C. McCutchen
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28-32
Welfare Reform: An Opportunity to Engage Universities in Community and Economic Development
Bonnie Braun, Jean Bauer
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33-37
Economic Education for the Twenty-first Century
Robert F. Duvall
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38-41
Making Research Count in Indian Country: The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development
Manley Begay, Stephen Cornell, Joseph P. Kalt
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42-51
The National Issues Forums and the Challenges of Deliberative Democracy
David Mathews
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52-63
Developing Multidisciplinary Institutes to Enhance the Lives of Individuals and Families: Academic Pitfalls and Potentials
Richard M. Lerner, Julia R. Miller
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64-73
Partnering for Social and Economic Development: Collaboration and the Practice of Democracy
Kathy Farber, Bill Armaline
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74-79
Interdisciplinary Health Professions Service Learning: A View from the Grassroots
Barbara LeGrand Brandt
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80-85
Political Science Goes to College: Demystifying the Electoral College through Observation
Brian Janiskee, Paul R. Petterson
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86-88