Judith Grant Long, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Policy Development
B.A., Economics, Huron College, University of Western Ontario, Canada;
B.A.A., Urban Planning, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Canada;
M.Des. S., Real Estate Development, Harvard Design School;
Ph.D. Urban Planning, Ha
rvard University

   
 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Civic Square Building, room 356
Phone (732) 932-3822 ext. 724
Fax (732) 932-2253
E-mail
jglong@rci.rutgers.edu

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Urban Redevelopment
Public-Private Development Partnerships
Real Estate Development
Sports, Tourism, and Cultural Infrastructure

COURSES
History and Theory of Planning
Urban Redevelopment
Methods of Real Estate Analysis
Public-Private Development Partnerships
Introduction to Urban Studies

RESEARCH
2002. Long, Judith Grant. Public Funding for Major League Sports Facilities, Data Series.
Includes total cost, public cost and related cost data for all big four major league sports facilities in-use at 2001. Five separate sections cover MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, and a cumulative history from 1890-2001.
1) MLB (3 files)  MLB1   MLB2   MLB3
2) NFL (3 files)  NFL1   NFL2   NFL3
3) NBA (3 files)  NBA1   NBA2   NBA3
4) NHL (3 files)  NHL1   NHL2   NHL3
5) History, 1890-2005

2002. Long, Judith Grant. Major League Sports Franchise and Facility History, Chart Series. Includes graphic summaries of franchise and facility location history for all teams in-play at 2001. Four separate sections cover MLB, NFL, NBA, and the NHL.
1) MLB
2) NFL
3) NBA
4) NHL

These data are drawn from the author’s doctoral dissertation, Full Count: The Real Cost of Public Funding for Major League Sports Facilities, and are protected by the fair use provisions of U.S. copyright law. Comments, corrections, and additional data are most welcome.

PROFILE
Judith Grant Long is an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Policy Development in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. Professor Long's expertise is in public/private partnerships for real estate development, focusing on urban redevelopment projects. Her current research examines the potential for public/private partnerships in the management and disposition of federal real property and buildings, funded by the IBM Center for Business and Government.

Professor Long's recently completed research includes a study of public/private partnerships for the financing, design, and development of major league sports facilities, funded by HUD and the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. The summary article "Full Count: The Real Cost of Public Funding for Major League Sports Facilities" will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Sports and Economics. Her other research interests include the role of public/private partnerships for sports, tourism, and cultural facilities, particularly global approaches to facility planning for the Olympic Games.

Professor Long is a certified urban planner, and has worked extensively at the local level of government in Canada, managing innovative strategies for downtown redevelopment, urban design, and historic preservation. She continues make professional outreach contributions, including the recent article "Making Good Design Happen" in New Jersey Municipalities magazine. Professor Long holds degrees from Harvard University in urban and regional planning and real estate development, and was awarded the Gerald M. McCue Medal by the Harvard Design School in 1995.

 

 

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