- Volume 22 Number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Two Essays on Unequal Growth in Housing
Note from the Managing Editor
Mark D. Shroder
The Closing of America’s Urban Frontier
Edward L. Glaeser
Housing Inequality in Developing Asia and the United States: Will Common
Problems Mean Common Solutions?
Toshiaki Aizawa, Matthias Helble, and Kwan Ok Lee
How Finland Ended Homelessness
Marybeth Shinn and Jill Khadduri
Early Interstate Policy and Its Effects on Central Cities
Jeffrey Brinkman and Jeffrey Lin
The “Punitive Push” on Mobile Homes
Graham Pruss and Karen Cheng
Upcycling Shipping Containers for Houses
Mike Blanford and Stephen Bender
A Comprehensive Look at Housing Market Conditions Across America’s Cities
Anita Yadavalli, Brenna Rivett, James Brooks, and Christiana K. McFarland
Applying Spaghetti and Meatballs to Proximity Analysis
Call for Papers
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