Research Series in Global Development
Research & Policy Brief
The Research & Policy Brief series highlights research and policy-relevant work on a variety of important community development topics. Global Development publications are designed to provide our readers with research-based, policy-relevant information to help foster dialogue at the local, regional and state-level, and to inform public and private decision-making around critical community and economic development issues. The briefs are written by university faculty, state agency representatives, and CCE Educators, among other partners and collaborators. The Research & Policy Briefs are free for public reproduction with proper accreditation.
- Responding to Risk from Floods and COVID-19: Beyond Partisanship, Through Experience
- Climate Migration: Is New York State Ready?
- Climate justice and flood governance: Are New York’s flood-governance networks equipped to succeed?
- Reducing risk perception of COVID-19 among grocery shoppers
- Challenges of Large-scale Solar Electric Siting in New York State: Part II, The Evolving Permitting Process
- Building Community Consensus for Flood Risk Adaptation
- Challenges of Large-Scale Solar Electric Siting in New York State
- A Wealth Creation Framework for Regional and Community Economic Development
- Tackling Zombies: New Approaches for Sustainable Housing
New York Minute
The New York Minute highlights a NYS trend and data source on varying community development topics. Global Development publications are designed to provide our readers with research-based information to help foster dialogue at the local, regional and state-level, and to inform public and private decision-making around critical community and economic development issues. The New York Minute is written by Robin Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink, reflecting a partnership and collaboration between Global Development and PAD, Cornell’s Program on Applied Demographics.
The New York Minute is free for public reproduction with proper accreditation.
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Research & Policy Briefs
- Perceptions of Risk and Behavior: Climate Change & Weather-Related Relocation
- Rivers and Resiliency: How Rivers Shape Place Character and Contribute to Community Development
- Achieving Large-Scale Solar in New York State: What are the Research & Information Needs?
- Should Popular or 'Expert' Opinion Guide Local Government Decisions?