The purpose of this paper is to research two main questions, (1) what were the specific Projects and Services delivered, and (2) what impact did these Projects and Services have on their community? Also, this paper seeks to answer three additional sub-questions, (1) what were the overall benefits to the participants and the community with regards to the UEZ program, (2) what have the UEZ Program Administrators done to educate and assist the community and encourage participation by business owner's and future entrepreneurs, and (3) what can UEZ Administrators do to help provide the kind of details and information needed by government officials, current UEZ participants, and prospective future UEZ participants, to further analyze the performance of their UEZ programs in terms of demographics and specific participant details and information?
|Advisor:||Otto, Edwin R|
|School Location:||United States -- Virginia, US|
|Source:||MAI 82/4(E), Masters Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Business administration, Entrepreneurship, Finance|
|Keywords:||Business Administration, Entrpreneurship, Finance, Management, Newark, NJ, Urban Enterprise Zone, U.S. Urban Enterprise Zone Act|
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