• Regulatory Innovation and Affordable Housing
  • Volume 11, Number 2
  • Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
  • Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
 

Symposium
Regulatory Innovation and Affordable Housing


Guest Editor: Regina C. Gray

Guest Editor's Introduction

Housing Market Effects of Inclusionary Zoning
Antonio Bento, Scott Lowe, Gerrit-Jan Knaap, and Arnab Chakraborty

Evaluation of In-Lieu Fees and Offsite Construction as Incentives for Affordable Housing Production
Douglas R. Porter and Elizabeth B. Davison

Removing Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing in Development Standards, Density Bonuses, and Processing of Permits in Hillsborough County, Florida
Sam Casella and Stuart Meck

Urban Sprawl and the Transition to First-Time Homeownership
Casey J. Dawkins

Departments

Data Shop

Measuring Housing Quality in the Housing Choice Voucher Program With Customer Satisfaction Survey Data
Brent D. Mast

Industrial Revolution

Structural Insulated Panels: An Alternative to Wood Frame Construction
Mike Blanford

Impact

The Impact of Mortgage Disclosure Reform Under RESPA
by Harold Bunce, Alastair McFarlane, William J. Reid, and Kurt Usowski

Referees 2008–09

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