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Rural Georgia: To Be or Not to Be Zoned
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001-12)
A variety of public policies in Georgia can influence a community’s economic development potential. Zoning is one of these policies. In 1983, the Georgia State Constitution gave individual counties home rule power to ...
Western North Carolina: Regionalism - A Collective Competitive Advantage
(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 ...
Understanding E-Commerce in Rural Georgia
(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 ...