Mixed Messages on Mixed Incomes
Guest Editor's Introduction
James C. Fraser, Deirdre Oakley, and Diane K. Levy
Anticipated and Realized
Benefits for Low-Income
Diane K. Levy, Zach McDade, and Kassie Bertumen
Ethnically Diverse HOPE VI
Redevelopments: A Community
Case Study From the Pacific
JoDee Keller, Janice Laakso, Christine Stevens, and Cathy Tashiro
Practitioner Reflections on
Ade Kearns, Martin McKee, Elena Sautkina, George Weeks, and Lyndal Bond
Commentary: On Spatial Solutions to
Neighborhoods Work for
James C. Fraser, Robert J. Chaskin, and Joshua Theodore Bazuin
Lessons Learned From the
Largest Tenure-Mix Operation
in the World: Right to Buy in
the United Kingdom
Reinout Kleinhans and Maarten van Ham
Mobility Decisions of Very
Kimberly Skobba and Edward G. Goetz
"It was really hard. ...
It was alright. ... It was easy."
Public Housing Relocation
Experiences and Destination
Satisfaction in Atlanta
Deirdre Oakley, Erin Ruel, and Lesley Reid
Commentary: False Assumptions About
Poverty Dispersal Policies
Rachel Garshick Kleit
Commentary: Acknowledging the Structural
Features of Choice
Point of Contention: Homeownership and Child Well-Being
Do Kids of Homeowners Do
Better Than Kids of Renters?
Richard K. Green
The Evidence Does Not
Show That Homeownership
David R. Barker
Looking Back To Move Forward
in Homeownership Research
Sandra J. Newman and C. Scott Holupka
Policy Brief: The Federal Housing
Edwin Stromberg and Brian Stromberg
Data Shop: New Data on Local Vacant
Property Registration Ordinances
Yun Sang Lee, Patrick Terranova, and Dan Immergluck
Impact: Refinancing Hospital Loans
Industrial Revolution: Smart-Grid Technologies
M.G. Matt Syal and Kweku Ofei-Amoh
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