Urban Research Monitor
Urban Affairs
New Research (continued)

Eds and Meds: Cities' Hidden Assets
Harkavy, Ira, and Harmon Zuckerman. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1999.

Housing Mobility as a Function of Household Structure: Towards a Deeper Explanation of Housing-related Disadvantage
Jarvis, Helen. Housing Studies 14, 4 (1999): 491-505.

Help Wanted: Connecting Inner-City Job Seekers With Urban Jobs
Katz, Bruce, and Katherine Allen. The Brookings Review 17, 4 (1999): 31-35.

The Future of the Center: The Core City in the New Economy
Kotkin, Joel. Policy Study No. 264, Reason Public Policy Institute (RPPI), 1999.

Cohort Longitudinal Estimation of Housing Careers
Myers, Dowell. Housing Studies 14, 4 (1999): 473-490.

The Connection Between Public Transit and Employment: The Cases of Portland and Atlanta
Sanchez, Thomas W. Journal of the American Planning Association 65, 3 (1999): 284-296.

High Technology and Low-Income Communities: Prospects for the Positive Use of Advanced Information Technology
Schon, Donald A., Bish Sanyal, and William J. Mitchell, eds. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.

Business Subsidies and Municipal Controls
Sullivan, Daniel Monroe, and Gary Paul Green. Journal of Urban Affairs 21, 3 (1999): 267-280.


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