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  • Warren, Robert; Moreland, Lisa; Boland, Kama (Institute for Public Administration, 2000-03)
  • Corrozi Narvaez, Martha; Kauffman, Gerald (2012-01-31)
    The water, natural resources, and ecosystems contained in Delaware’s watersheds are an economic engine for the state. These resources provide tremendous economic value to the state and the surrounding region. This ...
  • Barnes, Philip; Kelly, Christopher; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-05-10)
  • Kauffman, Gerald J.; Cruz-Ortiz, Catherine (2012-11-21)
    This report summarizes the economic value of water, natural resources, and ecosystems in the Barnegat Bay watershed in Ocean County and Monmouth County, N.J., estimated as: 1. Economic activity including market and non-market ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald J. (2011-06-29)
    What do Boeing, Sunoco, Campbell’s Soup, DuPont, Wawa, Starbucks, Iron Hill Brewery, the Philadelphia Eagles, Salem Nuclear Power Plant, and the United States Navy have in common? They all depend on the waters of the ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald; Homsey, Andrew; Chatterson, Sarah; McVey, Erin; Mack, Stacey (2011-06-29)
    What do Boeing, Sunoco, Campbell’s Soup, DuPont, Wawa, Starbucks, Iron Hill Brewery, the Philadelphia Eagles, Salem Nuclear Power Plant, and the United States Navy have in common? They all depend on the waters of the ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald J.; Young, Jillian; Martin, Jordan; Homsey, Andrew R. (Water Resources Center, 2018-05-23)
    The water, natural resources, and ecosystems in the Maryland Coastal Bays watershed contribute an economic value of $1 to $3 billion annually to the regional Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia economy. This report examines ...
  • IPA Planning Team, Martin Wollaston (manager) (Institute for Public Administration, 2004-07)
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-10)
    How CAVS can enhance independent mobility options for the elderly and people with disabilities.
  • Scott, Marcia; Calkins, Allison; Coons, Robert (2010-12-22)
    In recent years, a new vision for transportation policy and planning has emerged that includes a focus on community livability, transportation accessibility, and transportation equity. Livable communities integrate ...
  • The Enrollment Preferences Task Force (2015-12)
    The Enrollment Preferences Task Force was created through House Bill 90. It was charged with the role of considering the current landscape of all school enrollment preferences and practices including charter, magnet, and ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Thorp, Steven; Pomilio, Miriam (2014-05-23)
    In the interest of developing a statewide addressing dataset, the Delaware Geographic Data Committee (DGDC) through the Office of State Planning Coordination (OSPC) contracted with the University of Delaware’s Institute ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Scott, Marcia; Miller, Evan; Stump, Jessica (2017-06)
    As Delaware’s transportation disadvantaged population grows, demands for accessible transportation and alternative mobility options are also likely to increase. The primary objectives of this project were to assist the ...
  • Kelly, Christopher G.; O'Hanlon, Julia; Sherretz, Kelly; Velez, Jessica (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-11)
    At the recommendation of the House Resolution 39 Statewide Afterschool Initiative Learning Task Force, the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) conducted a landscape analysis and needs assessment ...
  • Scott, Marcia; DeCoursey, William J.; Franzen, Todd (2009-08-18)
    Is bus rapid transit (BRT) a viable transit option in Delaware? Findings of IPA research indicate that a regional BRT system is indeed worthy of further consideration. An assessment of domestic BRT systems and operations ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald J.; Wollaston, Martin; Talley, John; Lovell, Stewart; Headd, Mark (Institute for Public Administration, 1999-12)
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Swan, Brett (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-10)
    How Connected and Automated Vehicles will alter the state and municipal fiscal landscape.
  • Mix, Troy; Hurley, Rachael (2008-08-25)
    A few simple premises about growth and development directed the preparation of this report. First, regional growth and development certainly brings with it a whole host of benefits and costs. From a positive perspective, ...
  • Mix, Troy; Hurley, Rachael (2010-09-10)
    This project reviewed literature discussing the fiscal impacts of development and offers relevant commentary and recommendations in light of Delaware’s governance and growth characteristics. Chapter 1 reviews a broad set ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Condliffe, Simon (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-09)
    The methodology explained in this report will assist local efforts to better understand the fiscal impacts resulting from proposed development activities. Chapter 1 describes the purpose and appropriate use of the “Fiscal ...

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