- Volume 7, Number 1
A Survey of Current Academic Research on Housing and Community Development Issues
Office of University Partnerships Special Edition:
Neighborhood Jump-Starting: Los
Angeles Neighborhood Initiative
by Mahyar Arefi
Valuation of Metropolitan Quality
of Life in Wages and Rents
by Roxanne Ezzet-Lofstrom
Positive Homeownership Attitudes,
Homeownership Behavior, and
Neighborhood Ties in Poor Urban Neighborhoods
by Sandra L. Barnes
Moving Over or Moving Up? Short-Term
Gains and Losses for Relocated
HOPE VI Families
by Susan Clampet-Lundquist
Aging in Place in Multifamily
by Vera Prosper
The Work of Cities: Underemployment
and Urban Change in
by James R. Elliott
The Struggle for Housing Equality:
Impact of Fair Housing and Community
Reinvestment Laws on Local Advocacy
by Mara S. Sidney
Knowledge Production and Use in
Examining the Influence of Information Technologies
by Laxmi Ramasubramanian
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