nep-ppm New Economics Papers
on Project, Program and Portfolio Management
Issue of 2008‒05‒10
two papers chosen by
Arvi Kuura
Parnu College - Tartu University

  1. Large-Scale Redevelopment Initiatives and Home Values: The Case of the Atlanta Beltline Project By Immergluck, Dan
  2. Reengineering as an Efficient Solution to Redesign Activities and Processes of an Enterprise By Stefanescu, Laura; Ungureanu, Laura; Matei, Ion Viorel

  1. By: Immergluck, Dan
    Abstract: This paper examines the property value impacts of a very large-scale redevelop initiative in Atlanta. Large impacts are found in lower-income neighborhoods surrounding the proposed project.
    Keywords: gentrification; property values
    JEL: R20 R21 R31
    Date: 2007
  2. By: Stefanescu, Laura; Ungureanu, Laura; Matei, Ion Viorel
    Abstract: The paper shows a series of opportunities linked to the technological, human and economical reengineering of activities and technological processes developed in a modern enterprise, adding new dimensions in the efficient development, on the market principles, in argument with the desiderate of the durable development of the society. Starting with these considerations we designed aspects linked to: business reengineering implementation, stages of this process, accentuating the management methods, delimitation on areas of activity of the effects on reengineering action.
    Keywords: business reengineering process; reengineering enterprise; models and methods for reengineering project
    JEL: O1 M21
    Date: 2008–05–06

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