CaRDI compiles additional publications and resources on a variety of important community and economic development topics. CaRDI publications are designed to provide our readers with research-based, policy-relevant information to help foster dialogue at the local, regional and state-level, and to inform public and private decision-making around critical community and economic development issues. In addition, we highlight publications written by colleagues and other partners that we think our stakeholders will find useful.
- 66,491 Pounds of Carbon: The Price We Pay to Develop a Broader World View, by Larry Van De Valk, LEAD NY, 2017
- Local Government Capacity to Respond to Environmental Change: Insights from Towns in New York State, by Lincoln R. Larson, T. Bruce Lauber, David L. Kay and Bethany B. Cutts
- Upstate New York in Profile: Trends, Projections, and Community & Economic Development Issues, 2011.
- North Country Regional Foods Initiative, 2008.
- Building Consensus in a Political Environment, NYS Association of Counties.
- The American Community Survey: Challenges and Opportunities
- “Brain Drain – Really?” In Fact, Upstate Rural and Suburban Counties Overall Have a “Brain Gain”
By Paul R. Eberts, Department of Development Sociology, Cornell University
- Catalyzing Change: Profiles of Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators from Greene, Tompkins, and Erie Counties, New York
Edited by Scott J. Peters, Daniel J. O’Connell, Theodore R. Alter, and Allison L. H. Jack
- Counting Caring: Attending to the Human in an Age of Public Management
By Margo Hittleman, Cornell Cooperative Extension
- The Future of American Agriculture and the Land Grant University: Toward a Sustainable, Healthful, and Entrepreneurial Food System, April 2003.
- Local Food and Agriculture Resource Guide
Local and regional food and agriculture initiatives are growing throughout New York State as communities identify creative ways to tap the rich community and economic development opportunities agriculture and the food industry provide. This publication highlights the depth and breadth of programs that engage faculty, staff, and students in local food and agriculture, including research, education, and outreach. You will find more than two dozen Cornell University-based programs which provide research-based information and student engagement on subjects related to local food production and processing, supply-chain development, and local food insecurity.
- Rural Populations: Issues and Concerns for Returning Veterans, September 2006.
- Shared Services in New York State: A Reform that Works
By George Homsy, Department of Public Administration; and Bingxi Qian, Yang Wang and Mildred Warner, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University
- The Social Ecology of Villages in Western New York
By Frank W. Young, Cornell University
- Socioeconomic Trends, Planning, and Budgeting in Rural Counties' Towns and Small Cities of New York State
By Paul Eberts and Colleagues
- The Structural Ecology and Population Health of Upstate New York Analysis and Applications By Frank W. Young, Cornell University
- What Does a School Mean to a Community? Assessing the Social and Economic Benefits of Schools to Rural Villages in New York