Roland J. Cole

Fertile Ground for Startups & Small Firms

5902 Westslope Drive
Austin, TX
USA
78731
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- Community broadband - Why and how digital citizenship - Why and how alternative energy, especially wind and biomass - Why and how higher education financing and alternative forms - How to create "fertile ground" for startups & other small firms.

Citation:
Cole, Roland J., Mark S. Long, Isabel A. Cole, 2013, WHOLESALE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT I. APPROACH, http://preview.tinyurl.com/wholesaleeconomics
Abstract: We outline the fertile ground approach to wholesale economic development. We focus on activities that improve the local community environment for all economic activity, especially that of small firms, startups, and nonprofits.
URL: http://preview.tinyurl.com/wholesaleeconomics
Citation:
Cole, Roland J., Isabel A. Cole, Jennifer K. Kurtz. "Municipal Programs to Stimulate Residential Broadband" In Strategies for local egovernment adoption and implementation: comparative studies. ed. Reddick, Christopher.
Citation:
Kurtz, Jennifer K., Roland J. Cole and Isabel A. Cole. "Citizens and Egovernment Service Delivery." In Citizens And Egovernment; Evaluating Policy And Management. ed. Christopher Reddick.
Citation:
Cole, Roland J., Isabel A. Cole, Jennifer K. Kerts. "Web site for Community Broadband with Action Tools and Online Database." http://www.tpma-inc.com/IN_CB_Toolkit/Home0_0.html
URL: http://www.tpma-inc.com/IN_CB_Toolkit/Home0_0.html

Substantive Focus:
Law and Policy
Economic Policy PRIMARY
Energy and Natural Resource Policy
Science and Technology Policy SECONDARY

Theoretical Focus:
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation PRIMARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation SECONDARY

Keywords

ALTERNATIVE ENERGY LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICY IMPLEMENTATION BROADBAND EGOVERNMENT HIGHER EDUCATION COSTS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) SCIENCE POLICY TECHNOLOGY POLICY TECHNOLOGY IMPACTS