AbstractThis study evaluates the Pinelands Commission’s Long-Term Economic Monitoring Program (LTEM). Discussions by two ad hoc groups—one of users of the LTEM reports and another of potential data providers—inform it. The agenda of the evaluation is four-pronged:
1) to examine the suitability of the current set of LTEM indicators;
2) to appraise the existing LTEM approach;
3) to recommend changes in LTEM reporting; and
4) to identify future special study topics.
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