Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – March 2017

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Features The Use of 311 Requests as a Measure of Neighborhood Conditions in the City of Pittsburgh –by Donald Musa Mining Employment and Industry Trends Across Pennsylvania –by Christopher Briem Parcel Scale Green Infrastructure Siting and Cost Effectiveness Analysis Map –by Michael Blackhurst New Staff Member at URA – Colleen Cain, PhD


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – December 2016

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Features Sustainability Report Overview –by Jeffery Fraser Nonemployer Statistics and the Pittsburgh (Gig) Economy –by Christopher Briem Data Day –by Bob Graedeck and Elizabeth Monk Urban and Regional Brown Bag Seminar Series Spring 2017 Calendar of Events Smart Cities and Sustainability Friday, January 20, 2017 Grant Ervin, Chief Resilience Officer, City of Pittsburgh. Building Community and Ecological… More


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – September 2016

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Features Jefferson Regional Foundation Project – An Evolving Community-University Partnership Opportunity –by Elizabeth Monk and Tracy Soska   Women’s labor Force Trends in Allegheny County –by Sabina Deitrick   UCSUR Names Recipients of 16th Annual Steven D. Manners Awards


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – June 2016

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Features Living Alone after 55: Does the Neighborhood Environment Impact Feelings of Depression –by Sarah Stahl, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Pennsylvania’s Local Governments and the New Digital Divide –by Sabina Deitrick A Message from UCSUR Director Richard Schulz


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – March 2016

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Features Major Survey Examines Diversity in the Workplace and Community –by Douglas Heuck and Jeffery Fraser A Primer on Energy Efficiency:  Challenges and Opportunities –by Michael Blackhurst Advancing Entrepreneurship in the Mon Valley –by Sabina Deitrick


Pittsburgh Economic Quarterly – December 2015

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Features Wet Weather Management in Pittsburgh:  Thinking Beyond Cost Effectiveness –by Mike Blackhurst Pittsburgh Neighborhood Indicators –by Sabina Deitrick and Elizabeth Monk Update on SWPA Community Profiles –by Elizabeth Monk