Economic development -- Social aspects, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Minorities -- Oregon -- Portland -- Social conditions, Small business -- Oregon -- Portland -- Planning, Community development -- Oregon -- Portland
Building Business Equity undertook a research study on the nature of commercial displacement. Demographic data and anecdotal evidence suggest that major shifts are occurring in the population and commercial markets in inner N/NE Portland. Therefore, BBE chose to identify and evaluate strategies to assist minority, women owned and emerging small businesses (MWESB) in the area. This project was conducted under the supervision of Ethan Seltzer and Sumner Sharpe.
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Coffman, Max; Garrels, Renee; Grushon, Erin; LoGiudice, Sarah; Ruznic, Sanela; and Vonde Veld, Sara, "Inclusive Business Prosperity in North/Northeast Portland" (2007). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 15.