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Enterprise Zones

Not Perfect, But Full of Potential

By The National Economic Development and Law Center

Enterprise zones are essentially geographically defined areas within an economically depressed community in which incentives are offered to businesses to stimulate the local economy. This article examines how enterprise zone programs can be designed to address the concern of poor residents from the perspective of community economic development.

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