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The goal of Cityscape is to bring high-quality original research on housing and community development issues to scholars, government officials, and practitioners. Cityscape is open to all relevant disciplines, including architecture, consumer research, demography, economics, engineering, ethnography, finance, geography, law, planning, political science, public policy, regional science, sociology, statistics, and urban studies.

Cityscape is published three times a year by the Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R) of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.


 

Call For Papers: Cityscape Data Shop

Cityscape is a scholarly journal published three times per year by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R). Data Shop, a department of Cityscape, presents short articles on creative uses of data. Through Data Shop, readers are exposed to new techniques in using well-known data sources as well as introduced to new or overlooked sources for the purpose of housing and urban studies-related research. Articles presented in Data Shop allow researchers to expand on their data methods in more detail than they may in a policy-oriented paper. If you have an idea for an applied, data-centric article of no more than 3,000 words, please send a one-paragraph abstract to Chalita.D.Brandly@hud.gov. For consideration please submit abstracts by the following deadlines:



Publication Month Open Call Period for Submission Abstract Deadline for Abstract Notification of Acceptance Deadline for Draft Submission Deadline for Final Submission
March June 1st to July 31st July 31st August 1st -5th September 1st September 30th
July October 1st November 31st December 31st January 3rd -7th February 1st February 28th
November March 1st to April 30st April 30th May 1st -5th June 1st June 30th




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