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High-tech business location, transportation accessibility, and implications for sustainability: Evaluating the differences between high-tech specializations using empirical evidence from U.S. booming regions (2019)
Journal Article
Zandiatashbar, A., Foster, N., & Hamidi, S. (2019). High-tech business location, transportation accessibility, and implications for sustainability: Evaluating the differences between high-tech specializations using empirical evidence from U.S. booming regions. Sustainable Cities and Society, 50, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2019.101648

© 2019 Studies on the accessibility needs of high-tech firms often draw on agglomeration economies and creative class assumptions that emphasizes how transit and walkability encourage clustering, knowledge exchange and innovation. As a result, some a... Read More about High-tech business location, transportation accessibility, and implications for sustainability: Evaluating the differences between high-tech specializations using empirical evidence from U.S. booming regions.

The missing link between place and productivity? The impact of transit-oriented development on the knowledge and creative economy (2019)
Journal Article
Zandiatashbar, A., Hamidi, S., Foster, N., & Park, K. (2019). The missing link between place and productivity? The impact of transit-oriented development on the knowledge and creative economy. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 39(4), 429-441. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X19826271

Emerging research suggests that planners and policy makers should explore the expanded role Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) plays in promoting innovation and economic growth. TOD station characteristics including accessibility, walkability, densit... Read More about The missing link between place and productivity? The impact of transit-oriented development on the knowledge and creative economy.

Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change (2018)
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Grodach, C., Foster, N., & Murdoch, J. (2018). Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change. Urban Studies, 55(4), 807-825. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098016680169

© 2016, © Urban Studies Journal Limited 2016. The arts have long played a role in debates around gentrification and displacement, yet their roles and impacts as change agents are not clear-cut. According to the standard account, artists facilitate ge... Read More about Gentrification, displacement and the arts: Untangling the relationship between arts industries and place change.

NEIGHBORHOOD DIVERSITY, ECONOMIC HEALTH, AND THE ROLE OF THE ARTS (2016)
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Foster, N., Grodach, C., & Murdoch, J. (2016). NEIGHBORHOOD DIVERSITY, ECONOMIC HEALTH, AND THE ROLE OF THE ARTS. Journal of Urban Affairs, 38(5), 623-642. https://doi.org/10.1111/juaf.12278

Copyright © 2016 Urban Affairs Association Policymakers pursue a range of strategies aimed at diversifying neighborhoods despite research indicating the complicated and potentially damaging results of these efforts. One increasingly common approach i... Read More about NEIGHBORHOOD DIVERSITY, ECONOMIC HEALTH, AND THE ROLE OF THE ARTS.

The importance of neighborhood context in arts-led development (2015)
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Murdoch, J., Grodach, C., & Foster, N. (2015). The importance of neighborhood context in arts-led development. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 36(1), 32-48. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X15599040

This article contributes to the creative city–community development arts policy debate by examining the association of arts organizations to various neighborhood contexts in New York City. Results from multivariate regression analyses show that arts... Read More about The importance of neighborhood context in arts-led development.

Art spaces, art places: Examining neighborhood preferences of New York arts organizations (2014)
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Foster, N., Grodach, C., & Murdoch III, J. (2014). Art spaces, art places: Examining neighborhood preferences of New York arts organizations. New York Community Trust

This report builds on and extends a diverse literature that examines the location patterns of the arts and creative industries through analysis of a database of arts nonprofit organizations from the New York State Cultural Data Project. We confirm th... Read More about Art spaces, art places: Examining neighborhood preferences of New York arts organizations.

Gentrification and the artistic dividend: The role of the arts in neighborhood change (2014)
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Grodach, C., Foster, N., & Murdoch, J. (2014). Gentrification and the artistic dividend: The role of the arts in neighborhood change. Journal of the American Planning Association, 80(1), 21-35. https://doi.org/10.1080/01944363.2014.928584

Problem, research strategy, and findings: There is a conflict between recent creative placemaking policies intended to promote positive neighborhood development through the arts and the fact that the arts have long been cited as contributing to gentr... Read More about Gentrification and the artistic dividend: The role of the arts in neighborhood change.

The location patterns of artistic clusters: A metro- and neighborhood-level analysis (2014)
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Grodach, C., Currid-Halkett, E., Foster, N., & Murdoch, J. (2014). The location patterns of artistic clusters: A metro- and neighborhood-level analysis. Urban Studies, 51(13), 2822-2843. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098013516523

Analysing census and industry data at the metro and neighbourhood levels, this paper seeks to identify the location characteristics associated with artistic clusters and determine how these characteristics vary across different places. We find that t... Read More about The location patterns of artistic clusters: A metro- and neighborhood-level analysis.

An exploration of job demands, job control, stress, and attitudes in public, nonprofit, and for-profit employees (2013)
Journal Article
Hamann, D. J., & Foster, N. T. (2014). An exploration of job demands, job control, stress, and attitudes in public, nonprofit, and for-profit employees. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 34(4), 332-355. https://doi.org/10.1177/0734371X13491119

© 2013 SAGE Publications. Drawing on the Job Demands-Control-Support model, we argue that job demands, job control, social support, stress, and employee attitudes differ by ownership sector. Using Random Coefficient/ Hierarchical Linear Modeling, we... Read More about An exploration of job demands, job control, stress, and attitudes in public, nonprofit, and for-profit employees.


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