Julia Sass Rubin
Julia Sass Rubin
Associate Professor, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University
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Community development financial institutions: Current issues and future prospects
L Benjamin, JS Rubin, S Zielenbach
Journal of Urban Affairs 26 (2), 177-195, 2004
1282004
The Los Angeles community development bank: The possible pitfalls of public-private partnerships
JS Rubin, GM Stankiewicz
Journal of Urban Affairs 23 (2), 133-153, 2001
482001
Developmental venture capital: conceptualizing the field
JS Rubin
Venture Capital 11 (4), 335-360, 2009
412009
The new markets tax credit program: A midcourse assessment
JS Rubin, GM Stankiewicz
Community Development Investment Review 1 (1), 1-11, 2005
342005
Venture capital and underserved communities
JS Rubin
Urban Affairs Review 45 (6), 821-835, 2010
332010
Financing low income communities
JS Rubin
Russell Sage Foundation, 2007
282007
The viability of the minority-oriented venture-capital industry under alternative financing arrangements
T Bates, W Bradford, JS Rubin
Economic Development Quarterly 20 (2), 178-191, 2006
242006
Community development venture capital: A double-bottom line approach to poverty alleviation
JS Rubin
System 121, 154, 2001
242001
Establishing Nontraditional Venture Capital Institutions: Lessons Learned
DL Barkley, DM Markley, D Freshwater, JS Rubin, R Shaffer
Rural Policy Research Institute, 2001
202001
A critical review of the IC2 Institute report:" The Certified Capital Companies Economic Development Innovation: Missouri's Experience to Date".
DL Barkley, DM Markley, JS Rubin
Rural policy brief 5 (2 (PB2000-2R)), 1-4, 2000
192000
Public involvement in venture capital funds: lessons from three program alternatives.
DL Barkley, DM Markley, JS Rubin
Rural policy brief, 1-13, 1999
191999
Adaptation or extinction? Community development loan funds at a crossroads
JS Rubin
Journal of Urban Affairs 30 (2), 191-220, 2008
152008
Certified capital companies (CAPCOs): Strengths and shortcomings of the latest wave in state-assisted venture capital programs
DL Barkley, DM Markley, JS Rubin
Economic Development Quarterly 15 (4), 350-366, 2001
152001
Nontraditional venture capital institutions: Filling a financial market gap
D Freshwater, DL Barkley, DM Markley, JS Rubin, R Shaffer
Rural Policy Research Institute, 2001
112001
Financing rural innovation with community development venture capital: Models, Options and Obstacles
JS Rubin
Community Development Investment Review 2 (4), 15-27, 2006
102006
Community development venture capital: A report on the industry
JS Rubin
New York: The Community Development Venture Capital Alliance, 2001
102001
Financing Organizations with Debt and Equity: The Role of Community Development Loan and Venture Capital Funds
JS Rubin
Financing Low Income Communities, 123, 2007
92007
Countering the rhetoric of emerging domestic markets: Why more information alone will not address the capital needs of underserved communities
JS Rubin
Economic Development Quarterly 25 (2), 182-192, 2011
82011
Organizations on the institutional cusp: The origins and behaviors of community development venture capital funds
JS Rubin
Harvard University, 2002
82002
New Jersey Charter Schools: A Data-Driven View, Part I Enrollments and Student Demographics
M Weber, JS Rubin
6*2014
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