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    • Savannah's Crossroads Business Center: Developing Wetland Property 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-08)
      When the federal government changed its definition of what constituted a wetland during the 1980s, it significantly impacted coastal communities such as Savannah, assigning wetland status to greater portions of developable ...
    • Understanding E-Commerce in Rural Georgia 

      King, Dana; Galewski, Nancy; Green, Randy; Lytle, Andrea; Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, 2009-08-08)
      From September 2008 through February 2009, the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) conducted a series of focus groups and a survey of businesses regarding how they use, or would like to use, e-commerce ...
    • Western North Carolina: Regionalism - A Collective Competitive Advantage 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-08)
      When competing for new business and economic growth, it is rare for two counties to work together. In Western North Carolina, however, twenty-three rural counties are doing just that. Western North Carolina is one of ...
    • Youth - The Real Future of the South: Georgia Discussion Forums 

      Chernock, Jason; Wilkins, Joy; Holt, Karen (Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Georgia, 2008-06)
      Through the Southern Growth Policies Board, Governors and other key leaders of thirteen states and Puerto Rico jointly investigate economic development issues of high priority across the South. Each year, an issue is ...