Economic Development Law for North Carolina Local Government

Friday, May 26, 2000
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A book about the law that frames and guides economic development programs undertaken by North Carolina local governments. Focuses on topics that have attracted legislative and judicial attention such as economic development incentives.

Chapters cover constitutional issues affecting economic development programs, statutory authority for such programs, statutory procedures governments must follow, financing economic development, possible organizational forms within local government, and incentives offered by the State of North Carolina to companies locating or expanding within the state.

Several recent publications written by faculty member Tyler Mulligan are essential companions to this book:


Publication date: 
Friday, May 26, 2000
David M. Lawrence
Page count: 
Errata (pdf, 55.59 KB)
Public Officials - Local and State Government Roles
Topics - Local and State Government