- Policy Issues in Public and Assisted Housing
- Volume 10, Number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
Policy Issues in Public and Assisted Housing
Guest Editor: Barbara A. Haley
Portability Moves in the Housing Choice Voucher Program, 1998–2005
Carissa G. Climaco, Christopher N. Rodger, Judith D. Feins, and Ken Lam
Measuring the Deconcentration of Housing Choice Voucher Program Recipients in Eight U.S. Metropolitan Areas Using Hot Spot Analysis
Xinhao Wang, David Varady, and Yimei Wang
Use of Flat Rents in the Public Housing Program
Meryl Finkel and Ken Lam
Household Life Cycle and Length of Stay in Housing Assistance Programs
Alvaro Cortes, Ken Lam, and David Fein
Are Census Variables Highly Correlated With Housing Choice Voucher Holders’ Perception of the Quality of Their Neighborhoods?
Larry Buron and Satyendra Patrabansh
Housing in the Nation's Micropolitan Areas: A First Look
Robert E. Lang and Karen A. Danielsen
Using American Community Survey Data in HUD's Income Limits and Fair Market Rents
Kurt Usowski, Lynn Rodgers, Marie Lihn, and Peter Kahn
Ten Years of Smart Growth
Regina C. Gray
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