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Despite the efforts of the CFPB, these organizations have faced no real consequences for their worst abuses, according to Servon.
The integration of the gender perspective in urban policies "redefines existing issues in important ways, and makes women visible not only as subjects of planning but also as active participants in planning and policymaking processes" (Fainstein and Servon, 2005: 4), which can contribute significantly to reshape the urban dimension of EU policy, an issue that has a real potential to improve the quality of life of all citizens and to achieve the EU objectives of equality and social cohesion.
21) Lisa J Servon, Bridging the Digital Divide: Technology, Community, and Public Policy, Blackwell, Malden, Oxford & Melbourne, 2002.
As part of a study that sought to document capacity building strategies among Ford Foundation-supported community development partnerships, Glickman and Servon (1998) assessed the effectiveness of CDCs as capacity-building organizations by deconstructing capacity too.
Though Servon (2002) argued that the technology gap should not be defined narrowly as a problem of access.
For example, in 2011, Sarah Pink and Lisa Servon developed a study of the development of the Slow City movement in Spain (Pink and Servon, forthcoming).
Servon and Kaestner (2008) think that technological training and e-banking support financial literacy - the ability to see and work with consumers' own money.
This disparity increases the risk of amplifying existing differences between rich and poor countries, as well as within the countries themselves, between populations with more resources and those that are marginalized (Keeny, Forestier, & Grace, 2002; Servon, 2002; Van Dijk, 2005).
The findings also raise concerns about funding cuts for technology-related programs affecting disadvantaged groups, such as community technology centers (Servon 2002; Servon and Nelson 2001).
Alongside Zook in the series, Benner (2002) spotlights transformations of the labour market in Silicon Valley, Servon (2002) examines the nuances of the digital divide and policy efforts to bridge it, while Wellman and Haythornthwaite (2002) preside over a collection that investigates the nature of community, home and work life mediated by the Internet.
Consistent with Servon (1999), we refer to such programs as place-based; they comprised one-third of our sample.