Smart growth policies an evaluation of programs and outcomes edited by gregory k ingram armando carbonell yu hung hong and anthony flint may 2009 english lincoln institute of land policy over recent decades as concerns mounted about the economic social and environmental impacts of sprawl many states and localities began to put policies in place to shape settlement patterns by the . Title publication type book year of publication 2009 authors ingram gk carbonell a hong y h flint a number of pages 288 publisher lincoln institute of . Ingram et al 2009 also noted that policy performance indicators may reflect the cumulative effects of past policies technologies and relative prices p 134 and that it is likely that some smart growth objectives reinforce each other while others are antagonistic p . Gregory k ingram is president and ceo of the lincoln institute and cochair of the department of international studies he was formerly director general operations evaluation at the world bank where he was responsible for evaluating operations policies and programs. Its latest production smart growth policies an evaluation of programs and outcomes compares four smart growth states with four other states without smart growth programs both as matched pairs and as groups florida and texas maryland and virginia new jersey and indiana and oregon and colorado
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