Boston Bibliography


Soc 363


Politics & Governing


David Campbell, Civic Education: Readying Massachusetts\' Next Generation of Citizens (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2001).


Charles C. Euchner, "Missing Pieces: High Costs and Tough Choices Imperil \'Smart Growth\' Answers to the Region\'s Transportation, Housing and Environment Puzzles" The Boston Globe (February 12, 2002).


Charles C. Euchner, editor, Governing Greater Boston: The Politics and Policy of Place (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Charles C. Euchner, "Time Between Terms Builds Leadership " The Boston Herald (May 6, 2002).


Arnold Howitt, Managing Federalism (Congressional Quarterly Press, 1884), chapters 3, 4, and 6.


Thomas H. Keane, Jr., "The Peanut Principle: Government Action, Public Space and Private Behavior," (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2001).


Phil Primack, "Private Gain, Public Loss: Why Policy Students Opt Out of Public Service," (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2001).


Jonathan Walters, Towards a High-Performance Workplace: Fixing Civil-Service in Massachusetts (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2000).


Managment & Budget


Douglas Gransberg The Cost of Inaction: Does Massachusetts Need Public Construction Reform? (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 1998.


Phil Primack, "The Long View: Would a Two-Year Budget Cycle Improve Policy in Massachusetts?" (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Geoffrey Segal, Adrian Moore and Adam Summers, Competition and Government Services: Can Massachusetts Still Afford the Pacheco Law? (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2002).


Programs James Stergios, Government Effectiveness Index: A Cross-State Survey (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2000).


Planning & Design


Charles C. Euchner, editor, Governing Greater Boston: The Politics and Policy of Place (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002). Stephanie Pollack, "Living Together: The Challenges of Growing Smarter in Greater Boston," (Cambridge: The Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002). Robert David Sullivan, "Ghost Town: Boston Has Too Many Memories and Too Few People," The Boston Phoenix (April 27- May 4, 2000).


Enviorment


Charles C. Euchner, editor, Governing Greater Boston: The Politics and Policy of Place (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Charles C. Euchner and James N. Levitt, "A Sprawling Problem, Not Solved by Seeking Space" The Boston Globe (September 1, 2001).


Ashley Lanfer, "Urban Places of the Heart," The Boston Globe (July 14, 2002).


Stephanie Pollack, "Revitalizing Boston, Protecting the Environment" Conservation Law Foundation.


Community Economic Development


David Bobb, Economic Opportunity in Boston: An Index of the Regulatory Climate for Small Entrepreneurs (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 1999).


Paul Judge, "Beyond the Valley: Boston\'s Route 128 Complementing Silicon Valley," Business Week (Aug. 25, 1997 Issue).


Samuel Stanley, Howard Husock, David Bobb, Giving a Leg Up to Bootstrap Entrepreneurship: Expanding Economic Opportunities in America\'s Urban Centers (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2001).


Bill Walczak, What Does a Healthy City Look Like? Reflections from the Grassroots (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Transportation


Stephen Burrington, "Road Kill: How Solo Driving Runs Down the Economy" Conservation Law Foundation.


Charles C. Euchner, "Can the Urban Ring Transit System Become a Reality," Boston Business Journal (September 27 - October 3, 2002).


Charles C. Euchner, editor, Governing Greater Boston: The Politics and Policy of Place (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Robert Melia Missing the Bus: The Fight to Contract Privately for MBTA Bus Service (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 1998).


Glenn Tepke and Charles Chieppo, MBTA Capital Spending: Derailed by Expansion? (Boston: Massachusetts Taxpayers Association and Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2002).


Housing


Ryan Allen, Barry Bluestone, Bonnie Heudorfer and Gretchen Weismann, The Greater Boston Housing Report Card 2002 (Boston: Center for Urban and Regional Policy, 2002).


Barry Bluestone, Charles C. Euchner, and Gretchen Weismann, A New Paradigm for Housing in Greater Boston (Boston: Northeastern University, 2000).


Barry Bluestone, Charles C. Euchner and Gretchen Weismann, "Now the Real Work Begins" The Boston Globe (September 17, 2000).


Patricia Cantor, "The Demise of Rent Control in Massachusetts," National Housing Institute (March/April 1995).


Charles C. Euchner, editor, Governing Greater Boston: The Politics and Policy of Place (Cambridge: Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston, 2002).


Charles C. Euchner, "State Needs to Overhaul its Housing Regulations," The Boston Sunday Globe (February 2, 2003).


Anthony Flint, "Housing Regulation Overhaul is Urged," Boston Globe (January 31, 2003).


Howard Husock and David Bobb, Build More or Manage Better? Subsidized Housing in Massachusetts (Boston: Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research, 2001).


Howard Husock, "We Don\'t Need Subsidized Housing," City Journal (Vol. 7, No. 1: Winter 1997).


Demographics & Immigration


Peter Beinart, "Patriot Games," The New Republic Online (February, 24,