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  • Moving to Opportunity
  • Volume 14 Number 2
  • Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
  • Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
 

Comparing Public Housing and Housing Voucher Tenants With Bayesian Propensity Scores

Brent D. Mast


 

Correction

The volume 14, number 1 issue of Cityscape contained an error on page 64 in the article titled, “Comparing Public Housing and Housing Voucher Tenants With Bayesian Propensity Scores,” by Brent D. Mast. The article stated that, “Of [public housing] tenants, 58.2 percent have rent burdens between 28 and 31 percent, as do 72.7 percent of [Housing Choice Voucher Program] tenants.” The sentence should have read, “Of [public housing] tenants, 72.7 percent have rent burdens between 28 and 31 percent, as do 58.2 percent of [Housing Choice Voucher Program] tenants.” The author thanks Bill Jacobs for bringing the error to his attention.


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