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A comparison of the development process with or without a CBA. Source: Gross, J., Leroy, G, and Aparicio, M.J. (2005). Community Benefit Agreements. Making Development Projects Accountable. Good Jobs First and the California Partnership for Working Families.

A comparison of the development process with or without a CBA. Source: Gross, J., Leroy, G, and Aparicio, M.J. (2005). Community Benefit Agreements. Making Development Projects Accountable. Good Jobs First and the California Partnership for Working Families.

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Community Benefit Agreements (CBAs) are a relatively new land-use planning tool and there has been little evidence of incidence or success in benefiting communities who are a part of these agreements. This Major Paper examines how governmental relations, public policy, and socioeconomic status play a role in creating inequities within communities....