Linking Economic Development to Strategic Planning: Issues for Community Problem Solving
Pammer, William J., Jr., Public Administration Quarterly
This article explores three fundamental questions related to economic development and strategic planning. First, what are the necessary preconditions to link economic development with strategic planning? Second, how can an economic development strategic plan be adapted to different community situations? Finally, what is a framework for implementing an economic development strategic plan? The purpose for addressing these questions is to draw attention to critical issues needing more consideration by practitioners and public policy researchers in an effort to understand the application of strategic planning to addressing local economic issues. The article concludes with …
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Publication information: Article title: Linking Economic Development to Strategic Planning: Issues for Community Problem Solving. Contributors: Pammer, William J., Jr. - Author. Journal title: Public Administration Quarterly. Volume: 22. Issue: 3 Publication date: Fall 1998. Page number: 277+. © Southern Public Administration Education Foundation Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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