Urban Research Monitor HUD
March/April 2001 Vol. 6 · Issue 1
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Outcomes of Tenant-Based Housing Mobility Programs

Crossing the Class and Color Lines: From Public Housing to White Suburbia Leonard S. Rubinowitz and James E. Rosenbaum
University of Chicago Press, 2000

"Vouchering Out Distressed Subsidized Developments: Does Moving Lead to Improvements in Housing and Neighborhood Conditions?"
David P. Varady and Carole C. Walker Housing Policy Debate, Vol. 11, Issue 1, 2000

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