Rental Assistance and Crime
Guest Editor's Introduction
Ron Wilson and Brent D. Mast
Public Housing Transformation
and Crime: Are Relocatees More
Likely To Be Offenders or Victims?
Christopher Hayes, Graham MacDonald, Susan Popkin, Leah Hendey, and Allison Stolte
Alcohol, Drug, and Criminal History Restrictions in Public Housing
Marah A. Curtis, Sarah Garlington, and Lisa S. Schottenfeld
How Housing Professionals Perceive Effects of the Housing Choice Voucher Program on
David P. Varady, Xinhao Wang, Dugan Murphy, and Andrew Stahlke
Commentary: Community Policing and Public Housing Authorities
Matthew C. Scheider
Commentary: Crime As a Dimension of Neighborhood Quality
Point of Contention: A Denser Future?
Changes in Urban Population Densities Over the Next 40 Years
Population Density: Some Facts and Some Predictions
The Future of the Affluent American City
Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox
The Proposed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Regulatory Impact Analysis
Raphael Bostic and Alastair McFarlane
The Public Purpose of FHA
Roberto G. Quercia and Kevin A. Park
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