Research Series in Global Development

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 Research & Policy 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. For questions and comments about the briefs, please contact Robin Blakely-Armitage.  

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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. For questions and comments about the Minute, please contact Senior Extension Associate, Robin Blakely-Armitage

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For the last thirty years, our experts have contributed to applied research, practice and policy across New York State. Check out past publications in the areas of community & economic development, agriculture & food systems, and energy, land use & environment.

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