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: November 15, 2018

Papers due: May 1, 2019

HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research invites submissions for a symposium in the November 2019 issue of Cityscape on topics that relate to the use of Small Area Fair Market Rents (SAFMRs) as an alternative to metro-wide Fair Market Rents. For more information please click here.

All manuscripts submitted to Cityscape must conform to the Cityscape Submission Guidelines, available here.

The editors of Cityscape are committed to featuring original, high-quality research. Before submitting a manuscript, please view Cityscape's Statement of Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice, available here.

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Volume 20, Number 2, 2018

Symposium
The Housing-Health Connection

Guest Editor's Introduction

The Impact of the Vermont Support and Services at Home Program on Healthcare Expenditure

A Pilot Community Health Worker Program in Subsidized Housing: The Health + Housing Project

Work Requirements and Well-Being in Public Housing

Innovative Approaches to Providing Rental Assistance: States and Localities Seek To Support Health and Human Services Goals

Embedding Health in Affordable Housing Development: Results of the Health Action Plan Pilot Project

Connecting Fragmented Systems: Public Housing Authority Partnerships With the Health Sector

‘Then I Found Housing and Everything Changed’: Transitions to Rent-Assisted Housing and Diabetes Self-Management

Homelessness During Infancy: Associations With Infant and Maternal Health and Hardship Outcomes

Impact of Rental Assistance on Modifiable Health Risk Factors and Behaviors in Adults

The Geography of Vacant Housing and Neighborhood Health Disparities After the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis

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Refereed Papers

Employment and Earnings Trajectories During Two Decades Among Adults in New York City Homeless Shelters

Exploring Patterns of Tax Increment Financing Use and Structural Explanations in Missouri’s Major Metropolitan Regions

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Departments

Data Shop: The Long-Term Dynamics of Affordable Rental Housing: Creating and Using a New Database

Foreign Exchange: Continuous Repayment Structures in Japanese Housing Finance for Elderly People: Applications To Mitigate Counterparty Risk Through U.S. Reverse Mortgage Design

Foreign Exchange: Creating Permanent Housing Affordability: Lessons From German Cooperative Housing Models

SpAM: Understanding and Enhancing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s ZIP Code Crosswalk Files

Referees 2017–18

 

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