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"Off the Mark? Economic Efficiency in Targeting the Most Marketable Sites rather than Spatial and Social Equity in PublicSupport for Brownfield Redevelopment", Economic Development Quarterly. (McCarthy, L. FORTHCOMING 2009).

"Brownfields", in B. Warf (ed.) Encyclopedia of Geography, Sage. McCarthy, L. (FORTHCOMING 2009).

De Sousa, C. 2008. Brownfields Redevelopment and the Quest for Sustainability. (London: Elsevier Science/Emerald Group Publishing, Current Issues in Urban and Regional Studies Series, Volume 3). Ordering information ... http://books.emeraldinsight.com/display.asp?K=9780080453583

"Evaluating Progress Toward Sustainable Development in Milwaukee's Menomonee River Valley: Linking Brownfields Redevelopment with Community Quality of Life." In J. Sirgy, D. Rahtz, and R. Phillips (eds.) Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Cases III. (Blacksburgh, Virginia: International Society for Quality of Life Studies)(De Sousa, C., Gramling, B., and LeMoine, K. 2007).

"In the Dark about Brownfields." Applied Geography Papers and Proceedings, 29, 292-301. (McCarthy, L. 2006).

"Unearthing the benefits of brownfield to green space projects: An examination of project use and quality of life impacts." Local Environment 11(5): 577-600. (De Sousa, C. 2006).

"Green Futures for Industrial Brownfields." In R. Platt (ed.) The Humane Metropolis: People and Nature in the 21st-Century City (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press in association with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy: 154-168). (De Sousa, C. 2006).

"Urban brownfields redevelopment in Canada: the role of local government." The Canadian Geographer 50(3): 392-407. (De Sousa, C. 2006).

Residential Development Activity on Urban Brownfields in Milwaukee and Chicago: An Examination of Redevelopment Trends, Developer Perceptions, and Future Prospects, September, 2006, by Christopher De Sousa
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CED/publications/desousa_906.pdf (pdf - 1.9mb)

Curbing Industrial Decline or Thwarting Redevelopment? An Evaluation of Chicago's Clybourn Corridor, Goose Island,and Elston Corridor Planned Manufacturing Districts. Milwaukee: Center for Economic Development Policy Research Publication. http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/CED/publications/pmdstudy1.pdf (Rast, J. 2005).

"A support system for mediating brownfields redevelopment negotiations" Industrial Management & Data Systems, Volume 105, Number 2, February 2005, pp. 237-254 (18). (Sounderpandian, Jayavel; Frank, Nancy and Chalasani, Suresh 2005.)

"Policy Performance and Brownfield Redevelopment in Milwaukee, Wisconsin" The Professional Geographer, 57(2): 312-327. (De Sousa, C. 2005).

"Brownfield Redevelopment in Canadian Cities: Justifications and Directions." In A. Abdel-Aziz and N. Chalifour (eds.) Canadian Brownfields Manual (Toronto: LexisNexis Butterwoths Press, 2-1 to 2-41). (De Sousa, C. 2004).

"The Greening of Brownfields in American Cities." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 47(4): 579-600 (De Sousa, C. 2004). document PDF

"The Menomonee Valley Benchmarking Initiative: Identifying priorities, assessing conditions, and devising a sustainable vision for Milwaukee's Menomonee Valley." The Wisconsin Geographer, 19:4-13. (De Sousa, C. and Gramling, B. 2003).

"Positioning Brownfields as an Essential Building Block for Sustainable Communities: Keynote Address." In the Canadian Urban Institute, Proceedings of Brownfields 2003: The Changing Landscape. Toronto: Canadian Urban Institute. http://www.canurb.com/events/brownfields_presentations.php. (De Sousa, C. 2003).

"Turning Brownfields into Green Space in the City of Toronto." Landscape and Urban Planning, 62(4): 181-198. (De Sousa, C. 2003). document PDF

Menomonee Valley Benchmarking Initiative. Milwaukee: Center for Urban Initiatives and Research & the Sixteenth Street Community Health Center. Project Coordinators Chris De Sousa, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Ben Gramling, Sixteenth Street Community Health Center. http://www.mvbi.org/, The Menomonee Valley is Wisconsin's largest brownfield district. (Center for Urban Initiatives and Research. 2003).

"Brownfield redevelopment in Toronto: an examination of past trends and future prospects." Land Use Policy, 19(4): 297-309. (De Sousa, C. 2002).

"The Brownfields Dual Land Use Policy Challenge: Reducing Barriers to Private Redevelopment while Connecting Reuse to Broader Community Goals." Land Use Policy, 19(4): 287-96. (McCarthy, L. 2002).

"Measuring the public costs and benefits of brownfield versus greenfield development in the Greater Toronto Area." Environment and Planning B, 29(2): 251-280. http://www.envplan.com/epb/fulltext/b29/b1283.pdf (De Sousa, C. 2002.)

"Manufacturing Industrial Decline: The Politics of Economic Change in Chicago, 1955-1998." Journal of Urban Affairs, 23: 175-190. (Rast, J. 2001).

Brownfields Redevelopment: A Resource Guide for Toledo and Other Ohio Governments, Developers, and Communities, Toledo, OH: Urban Affairs Center, The University of Toledo. http://uac.utoledo.edu/Publications/brownfield-redevelopment.pdf. (McCarthy, L. 2001).

"Contaminated Sites Management: The Canadian Situation in International Context." Journal of Environmental Management, 62(2): 131-154. (De Sousa, C. 2001).

"Brownfield Redevelopment versus Greenfield Development: A Private Sector Perspective on the Costs and Risks Associated with Brownfield Redevelopment in the Greater Toronto Area." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 43(6): 831-853. (De Sousa, C. 2000).

"Brownfields Redevelopment." In: Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Brownfields Showcase: Workbook Kit, Module 6. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Provincial Planning and Environmental Services Branch. (De Sousa, C. 2000).

"Building on the Basics: Economic Development Strategies for South Suburban Cook County." Chicago: Center for Neighborhood Technology. (Rast, J. 1999).


 

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