• Form Follows Families: Evolution of U.S. Affordable Housing Design and Construction
  • Volume 16, Number 2
  • Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
  • Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga


Form Follows Families: Evolution of U.S. Affordable Housing Design and Construction

Guest Editors' Introduction
Carlos E. Martín

The Value of Incremental Development and Design in Affordable Housing
Vinit Mukhija

What Affordable Housing Should Afford: Housing for Resilient Cities
Lawrence J. Vale, Shomon Shamsuddin, Annemarie Gray, Kassie Bertumen

Disaster Recovery and Community Renewal: Housing Approaches
Mary C. Comerio

Design and Affordable American Housing
Gwendolyn Wright

Bringing the Power of Design to Affordable Housing: The History and Evolution of the Affordable Housing Design Advisor
Deane Evans

Designing Better Designers: Families First
Katie Swenson

Point of Contention: Poverty Deconcentration

Getting Children Out of Harm's Way
Alexander Polikoff

The Unintended Imposition of Housing Deconcentration?
John Goering

Pursuing Poverty Deconcentration Distracts From Housing Policy Reforms That Would Have a Greater Effect on Poverty Alleviation
Edgar O. Olsen

The Smokescreen of Poverty Deconcentration
Edward G. Goetz


Data Shop: The Smart Location Database: A Nationwide Data Resource Characterizing the Built Environment and Destination Accessibility at the Neighborhood Scale
Kevin Ramsey, Alexander Bell

Graphic Detail: Comparative Micromaps and Changing State Homeownership Rates
Brent D. Mast

Artists and Bankers and Hipsters, Oh My! Mapping Tweets in the New York Metropolitan Region
Ate Poorthuis, Matthew Zook

Industrial Revolution: Key Behaviors of Residents Who Need Energy Education
Isabelina Nahmens, Alireza Joukar

Foreign Exchange: Chile's New Rental Housing Subsidy and Its Relevance to U.S. Housing Choice Voucher Program Reform
Lauren M. Ross, Danilo Pelletiere

SpAM: Who Can Access Transit? Reviewing Methods for Determining Population Access to Bus Transit
Steven Biba, Kevin M. Curtin, Germana Manca

The Use of Spatially Lagged Explanatory Variables for Modeling Neighborhood Amenities and Mobility in Older Adults
Tony H. Grubesic, Andrea L. Rosso

Call for Papers: Symposium on Deceptive Practices in Consumer Financial Services

Referees 2013–14



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