95 Hardcover American Society for Public Administration book series on public administration & public policy HN49 The difference between community economic development and traditional local economic development practice, explains Anglin (planning and public policy, Rutgers U.
What does CED stand for?
CED stands for Community Economic Development
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We have 218 other meanings of CED in our Acronym Attic
- Committed to Equality Through Diversity
- Committee for Economic Development
- Commodity Economics Division
- Common European Defence
- Communauté Européenne de Défense
- Communications Engineering and Design Magazine
- Communications Engineering Department (various schools)
- Communications Engineering Division (AMSEC)
- Communications, Engineering and Design (magazine)
- Communications-Electronics Doctrine
- Community Education Development (various locations)
- Community Education Division (various locations)
- Community Enterprise Doncaster (UK)
- Community Experience Development (Metaphor Studio, LLC)
- Community, Environment and Development (various schools)
- Compensatory Education
- Competitive Edge Dynamics Ltd.
- Complexo Esportivo de Deodoro (Brazilian sports complex)
- Compliance and Enforcement Division (various organizations)
- Components Engineering Department (NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The program provides certificates and master's degree programs in community economic development for community action agency employees and will be offered at Southern New Hampshire University starting in September 2010.
Ottawa Community Economic Development Network c/o Social Planning Council of Ottawa.
Riordan asked the City Council's Community Economic Development committee this week to earmark $1 million in federal funds in next year's budget for a police station.
Of more practical concern and perhaps of more immediate interest to community developers are techniques for designing and implementing community economic development programs.
Jacinto is Executive Director of Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA), a nonprofit community-based organization providing a variety of health and human services and community economic development programs to Pilipino Americans and the multi-cultural Historic Filipinotown district of Los Angeles.
HC117 0-7748-1058-0 Second growth; community economic development in rural British Columbia.
The funding is being used to prepare a community economic development strategy and land use plan.