The Advisory Board of Cityscape


Peter Dreier

Peter Dreier
Occidental College

 

Richard K. Green

Richard K. Green
University of Southern California

 

Keith R. Ihlanfeldt

Keith R. Ihlanfeldt
The Florida State University

 

Annette M. Kim

Annette M. Kim
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Carlos E. Martín

Carlos E. Martín
The Urban Institute

 

Douglas S. Massey

Douglas S. Massey
Princeton University

 

Sandra J. Newman

Sandra J. Newman
Johns Hopkins University

 

Beth Shinn

Marybeth Shinn
Vanderbilt University

 

Raymond J. Struyk

Raymond J. Struyk

 

Paul Waddell

Paul Waddell
University of California, Berkeley

 

John C. Weicher

John C. Weicher
Hudson Institute, Inc.

 

 

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Symposium

Housing, Contexts, and the Well-Being of Children and Youth
Volume 16, Number 1, 2014


Guest Editors' Introduction

Residential Mobility Among Children: A Framework for Child and Family Policy

Profiles of Housing and Neighborhood Contexts Among Low-Income Families: Links With Children’s Well-Being

Getting to Better Performing Schools: The Role of Residential Mobility in School Attainment in Low-Income Neighborhoods

Coercive Sexual Environments: What MTO Tells Us About Neighborhoods and Sexual Safety

Promoting Resilience for Children Who Experience Family Homelessness: Opportunities To Encourage Developmental Competence

Healthy Start in Housing: A Case Study of a Public Health and Housing Partnership To Improve Birth Outcomes

Moving Beyond Neighborhood: Activity Spaces and Ecological Networks As Contexts for Youth Development

Putting Children and Adolescents at the Center of Housing Policy: A Latin American Perspective

Housing, Contexts, and the Well-Being of Children and Youth: A European Perspective

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Point of Contention: The Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

The Efficiency and Equity of the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction

Congress Should Phase Out the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Eliminate the Mortgage Interest Deduction or Tax Imputed Rent? Leveling the Real-Estate Playing Field

Misinformed and Misled About the Benefits of the Mortgage Interest Deduction

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Refereed Papers

Information Externalities and Residential Mortgage Lending in the Hardest Hit Housing Market: The Case of Detroit

Comparing Subsidies, Loans, and Standards for Improving Home Energy Efficiency

Home Energy Efficiency and Mortgage Risks

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Departments

Data Shop: Measuring Housing Affordability

Graphic Detail: The Outlines and Extents of Segregation

Industrial Revolution: Waste Management at the Residential Construction Site

Policy Briefs: Recovery Ratios in the Savings and Loan Crisis: Evidence From the Resolution Trust Corporation’s Sale of Bank-Owned Real Estate

SpAM: Measuring Spatial Mismatch Between Homelessness and Homeless Resources With a Theil Index and Statistical Inference

Using Location Quotients To Test for Negative Secondary Effects of Sexually Oriented Businesses

 

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