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for Carolina Planning Vol. 14 Issue 2, Fall 1988
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Mavretic outlines the state's alternatives in providing for the equitable distribution of financial resources for infrastructure. Such alternatives are necessary because those rural counties most in need of infrastructure cannot afford it.
A small business incubator provides an environment that is conducive to the survival and growth of new and young small businesses. North Carolina views these incubators as viable economic development tools.
As a relatively recent technological innovation available to planning offices, a Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computerized system for managing information about features on the Earth's surface. The analytical and management capabilities of these systems offer a wide range of use for planners.
To understand where economic development in the South is going, we must understand where it has been. This article examines past and current economic trends and state development practices.
Catawba County has successfully implemented an innovative strategic planning process, drawing wide support from both the public and private sectors for future economic development.