- Crime and Urban Form
- Volume 13 Number 3
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Crime and Urban Form
Guest Editor: Ronald E. Wilson
Sex Offenders, Residence Restrictions, Housing, and Urban Morphology: A Review and Synthesis
Tony H. Grubesic, Alan T. Murray, and Elizabeth A. Mack
The Coaction of Neighborhood and Individual Effects on Juvenile Recidivism
Philip W. Harris, Jeremy Mennis, Zoran Obradovic, Alan J. Izenman, and Heidi E. Grunwald
HOPE VI Resident Displacement: Using HOPE VI Program Goals To Evaluate Neighborhood Outcomes
Roderick W. Jones and Derek J. Paulsen
Do Vouchers Help Low-Income Households Live in Safer Neighborhoods? Evidence on
the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Michael C. Lens, Ingrid Gould Ellen, and Katherine O’Regan
Modeling Criminal Distance Decay
Crime and Place: Rapidly Evolving Research Methods in the 21st Century
A South African Commentary on the Articles in the Cityscape Symposium on Crime
and Urban Form
Peter M.U. Schmitz, Tinus Kruger, and Antony K. Cooper
Data Shop: A Beginner’s Guide To Creating Small-Area Cross-Tabulations
Haydar Kurban, Ryan Gallagher, Gulriz Aytekin Kurban, and Joseph Persky
Impact: The Impact of Home Energy Retrofit Loan Insurance: A Pilot Program
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