Moving to Opportunity
Guest Editor: Jens Ludwig
Guest Editor's Introduction
Acknowledgment of Extraordinary Obligations
Nancy Gebler, Lisa A. Gennetian, Jens Ludwig, and Lisa Sanbonmatsu
Moving to Opportunity: Why, How, and What Next?
Mark D. Shroder and Larry L. Orr
Achieving MTO’s High Effective Response Rates: Strategies and Tradeoffs
Nancy Gebler, Lisa A. Gennetian, Margaret L. Hudson, Barbara Ward, and Matthew Sciandra
MTO: A Successful Housing Intervention
Jennifer Comey, Susan J. Popkin, and Kaitlin Franks
The Long-Term Effects of Moving to Opportunity on Adult Health and Economic Self-Sufficiency
Lisa Sanbonmatsu, Jordan Marvakov, Nicholas A. Potter, Fanghua Yang, Emma Adam, William J. Congdon, Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Jeffrey R. Kling, Ronald C. Kessler, Stacy Tessler Lindau, Jens Ludwig, and Thomas W. McDade
The Long-Term Effects of Moving to Opportunity on Youth Outcomes
Lisa A. Gennetian, Matthew Sciandra, Lisa Sanbonmatsu, Jens Ludwig, Lawrence F. Katz, Greg J. Duncan, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Ronald C. Kessler
Making MTO Health Results More Relevant to Current Housing Policy: Next Steps
Thomas D. Cook and Coady Wing
Constrained Compliance: Solving the Puzzle of MTO’s Lease-Up Rates and Why Mobility Matters
Kathryn Edin, Stefanie DeLuca, and Ann Owens
Moving Neighborhoods Versus Reforming Schools: A Canadian’s Perspective
Point of Contention: Defining NeighborhoodsGuest Editor: Ron Wilson
Defining Neighborhoods in Space and Time
Ralph B. Taylor
Defining Neighborhoods for Research and Policy
Dynamic Geography: The Changing Definition of Neighborhood
Marc S. Buslik
Geographic Patterns of Serious Mortgage Delinquency: Cross-MSA Comparisons
Lariece M. Brown, Hui-Chin Chen, Melissa T. Narragon, and Paul S. Calem
The Housing Needs of Rental Assistance Applicants
Data Shop: Introducing the Ohio New Establishment Dynamics Data
Joel A. Elvery and Ellen Cyran
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