Other Reports Archive

 

NJBankers 2014 Economic Survey

Final Analysis and Report of Survey Results
Report

 

Route 66 Economic Impact Study (June 2011)

To better understand and quantify the positive effects of historic preservation along Route 66 and related tourism activities, an Economic Impact Study was undertaken by Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, in collaboration with the US National Park Service and World Monuments Fund, with the support of American Express.

Synthesis of Findings
: Summarizes the outcomes of the study and identifies opportunities for the preservation of Route 66 to enhance community revitalization, economic development, and sustainable tourism along America’s iconic Mother Road.
Technical Report, Volume I - History, Characteristics, and Economic Conditions
Technical Report, Volume II - Tales from the Mother Road: Case Studies of the People and Places of Route 66



Link to World Monuments Fund | Link to Historic Route 66



Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center Annual Report 2010 (2011)

The Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center has issued their annual report for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.

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High-paying jobs, private investments, and historic buildings work together to revitalize communities across America (2011)

Second Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Federal Historic Credit

A follow-up report by Rutgers professors David Listokin and Michael Lahr, with assistance by researchers at the Center for Urban Policy Research and the National Trust Community Investment Corporation, analyzing the economic impact of the federal Historic Tax Credit since its inception in 1976.

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National Transit Institute Issues Annual Report (2011)

The National Transit Institute issued their annual report for Rutgers Fiscal Year 2010.

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Report Illustrates Historic Tax Credits' Ability to Create Jobs, Stimulate Economy (2010)

First Annual Report on the Economic Impact of the Federal Historic Credit

A comprehensive report by Rutgers professors David Listokin and Michael Lahr, with assistance by researchers at the Center for Urban Policy Research and the National Trust Community Investment Corporation, analyzing the economic impact of the federal Historic Tax Credit since its inception in 1976.

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A National Survey of Local Land-Use Regulations: Steps Toward a Beginning

Robert W. Burchell and Michael L. Lahr, Principal Investigators.
This report provides valuable information and guidance to anyone in the research and policy communities concerned with obtaining sound data for regulatory barriers and related land-use issues.
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Who Lives in New Jersey Housing? New Jersey Demographic Multipliers: The Profile of Occupants of Residential and Nonresidential Development (2007)
Written by David Listokin with Ioan Voicu, William Dolphin and Matthew Camp from the Center for Urban Policy Research.
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Who Lives in New Jersey Housing? A Quick Guide to New Jersey Residential Demographic Multipliers (2006)
Written by David Listokin with Ioan Voicu, William Dolphin and Matthew Camp from the Center for Urban Policy Research.
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New Jersey Economy Status Report (January 12, 2006)

Written by James W. Hughes and Joseph J. Seneca.

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An Economy at Risk: The Imperatives for a Science and Technology Policy for New Jersey (November 2005)

Prepared for: New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology

Written by James W. Hughes and Joseph J. Seneca.

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Economic Impacts of BP’s Proposed Crown Landing LNG Terminal
A study commissioned by BP and prepared by a team of researchers at the Bloustein School. Click here to view the report

 

The Economic Benefits of the New Jersey Stem Cell Research Initiative
Professor Joseph J. Seneca, Research Associate Will Irving. September 2005.
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College Avenue Campus Planning Reports

Reports and presentations that were developed during the course of two Bloustein School Studio Classes that focused on the College Avenue Campus:

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