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Does Having A Major And Lucrative Sports Arena Improve A Neighborhood’S Economy & Quality Of Life?, Natalie Hernandez Jan 2014

Does Having A Major And Lucrative Sports Arena Improve A Neighborhood’S Economy & Quality Of Life?, Natalie Hernandez

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


Wireless Cell Towers And Antennae: Municipal And Private Relationship, James M. Collins Jan 2013

Wireless Cell Towers And Antennae: Municipal And Private Relationship, James M. Collins

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


Evaluation Of The Marketing Strategies Of The Case Management Society Of America, Veronica Chepak Jan 2013

Evaluation Of The Marketing Strategies Of The Case Management Society Of America, Veronica Chepak

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


A Youth Revolt: Discerning The Impact Of “One-And-Done” Rule On Major Collegiate Championship Teams At The Division I Level, Erik Harris Jan 2013

A Youth Revolt: Discerning The Impact Of “One-And-Done” Rule On Major Collegiate Championship Teams At The Division I Level, Erik Harris

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


New York State And Mid-Hudson Valley Nonprofits: The Impacts Of Late Contract Payments, Jodi Fernandes Jan 2010

New York State And Mid-Hudson Valley Nonprofits: The Impacts Of Late Contract Payments, Jodi Fernandes

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


Venture Philanthropy In 2009: Developments In The Field Since "Virtuous Capital", Annika Many Dec 2009

Venture Philanthropy In 2009: Developments In The Field Since "Virtuous Capital", Annika Many

Master in Public Administration Theses

This study will examine the evolution of the field of venture philanthropy since the late 1990s and will provide an updated guide to the types of organizations utilizing venture philanthropy strategies across the United States and internationally. The purpose of this research is to investigate how the field has changed as it has matured, to identify the key players and learnings of organizations across the field, and to develop a framework for the types of organizations that have been the most successful in implementing the venture philanthropy model.


How An Ethnic Store Impacts A Community - The Case Of Kam Sen Foods In White Plains, Tiantian Tang Jan 2009

How An Ethnic Store Impacts A Community - The Case Of Kam Sen Foods In White Plains, Tiantian Tang

Master in Public Administration Theses

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Public Administration, Dyson College of ARts and Sciences, Pace Universtiy.


Economic Development In Downtown Ossining Since 1969, Lutonya Russell-Humes Jan 2009

Economic Development In Downtown Ossining Since 1969, Lutonya Russell-Humes

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


Health Insurance Policy In New York City And Westchester County, Colin Stone Jul 2008

Health Insurance Policy In New York City And Westchester County, Colin Stone

Master in Public Administration Theses

Health insurance policy is an important and timely issue in the United States. According to many reports, the number of individuals who lack any type of health insurance in this country numbers approximately 47 million. This paper will focus on government sponsored health insurance programs in New York City and Westchester County, New York, including a discussion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).


Environmental Stewardship Of The Vermont Ski Industry And The Public's Willingness To Support, Karina V. Warshaw Apr 2008

Environmental Stewardship Of The Vermont Ski Industry And The Public's Willingness To Support, Karina V. Warshaw

Master in Public Administration Theses

No abstract provided.


Artificial Transitive Fatty Acid (Tfa) Ban In Restaurants In Us Cities: Nyc-Doh Tfa Ban As A Model For Proactive Public Health Policy, Vidia S. Ramdeen Apr 2008

Artificial Transitive Fatty Acid (Tfa) Ban In Restaurants In Us Cities: Nyc-Doh Tfa Ban As A Model For Proactive Public Health Policy, Vidia S. Ramdeen

Master in Public Administration Theses

Today, restaurants, including all eateries that operate within New York City, as well as restaurants across the country, regularly use a rather large amount of an artery-clogging agent, commonly found within their vital ingredients. Artificial transitive fatty acid, or trans-fat as known to the consumer, is the target of the NYC Board of Health and Mental Hygiene, medical experts, and health conscious consumers, for permanent removal from all NYC restaurant menus by July 2008. Specifically, the NYC health code now requires that all establishments holding a NYC Health Department permit, including all restaurants, caterers, stationary hot and cold vendors, and ...