The Emerging Economic Base and Local Development Policy Issues in the Austin-San Antonio Corridor, PRP 71
MetadataShow full item record
This report, which assesses the emerging economic base and economic development policy of the Austin-San Antonio Corridor, is the product of a policy research project conducted at the LBJ School in 1984-1985. Funding for publication was provided by the project client, the Greater Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council, Inc.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Reformation of the CDM (clean development mechanism) for sustainable development in least developed countries : focusing on a case study of the Grameen Shakti program in Bangladesh Hwang, Jinsol (2010-08)The threat of global warming is bringing a new pro-environmental paradigm all over the world under the Kyoto Protocol. Addressing climate change is beneficial to all countries because environment is global public good. ...
"Hybridity" in the culture of building : developing a hypothesis for discourse and action in developing countries Parthasarathy, Anand (2007-12)An increasing number of architects in the developing world, like the author of this thesis, have started to realize the notion of viewing the built environment as a holistic framework. Building culture, as a framework is ...
Reifurth, Katherine Rose Nakamoto (2013-12)Sport fans develop strong loyalties to their favorite teams, but there has been little research conducted on when this loyalty is formed. Previous research suggests that loyalty can form at very young ages, but it is ...