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Dr. Gilbert Michaud is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University. His research examines policies to encourage renewable energy investment and economic development issues. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Michaud worked as the lead researcher for the Energy & Power segment of U.S. Business Executive Journal. He holds a PhD in Public Policy and Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Community Economic Development Projects: Sustainability through M&E and Communication

Introduction Though the discipline of community economic development (CED) is, undoubtedly, interdisciplinary in nature, it does encompass key characteristics. For instance, CED fundamentally refers to a community oriented process that provides enhanced local social conditions and economic opportunities. The combination of social and economic development within a community is meant to bring about a higher sense of well-being which, more...