The Advisory Board of Cityscape


Dolores Acevedo-Garcia

Dolores Acevedo-Garcia
Brandeis University

 

Ira Goldstein

Ira Goldstein, Ph.D.
The Reinvestment Fund

 

Richard K. Green

Richard K. Green
University of Southern California

 

Mark Joseph

Mark Joseph
Case Western Reserve University


Matthew E. Kahn

Matthew E. Kahn
University of California, Los Angeles

 

C. Theodore Koebel

C. Theodore Koebel, Ph.D.
Virginia Tech

 

Jens Ludwig

Jens Ludwig
University of Chicago

 

Mary Pattillo

Mary Pattillo
Northwestern University

 

Carolina Reid

Carolina Reid
University of California

 

Patrick Sharkey

Patrick Sharkey
New York University

 


Call for Papers:

Abstracts due: January 29, 2016

Papers due: June 15, 2016

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Symposium

Borrower Beware
Volume 18, Number 2, 2016


Guest Editor's Introduction

Credit Invisibles and the Unscored

What’s the Point(s)? Information Content and Messaging Strategies in Mortgage Loan Advertisments

A Roll of the Dice: Debt Settlement Still a Risky Strategy for Debt-Burdened Households

Prepurchase Counseling Effects on Mortage Performance: Empirical Analysis of NeighborWorks® America’s Experience

Commentary: How Housing Counseling, Financial Education, and Consumer Guardrails Can Support Responsible Borrowers

Refereed Papers

Housing Decisions Among Low-Income Hispanic Households in Chicago

The Role of Nonprofit Organizations in Homeless Policy Networks: A Research Note

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Data Shop: Trend-Spotting in the Housing Market

Graphic Detail: Leveling the Playing Field: School District Spending in Diverse Communities

Industrial Revolution: Breathing Wall: Concept and Thermal Performance

Foreign Exchange: Promoting Access to Affordable Housing Finance: Morocco’s Fogarim Guarantee Fund and U.S. Housing Finance

Evaluation Tradecraft: Tracking and Interviewing Family Options Study Participants

Referees 2015-2016

 

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