- Affordable, Accessible, Efficient Communities
- Volume 17, Number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Affordable, Accessible, Efficient Communities
Guest Editor's Introduction
Regina C. Gray
Affordable Housing and Walkable Neighborhoods: A National Urban Analysis
Julia Koschinksy and Emily Talen
Driving to Opportunities: Voucher Users, Cars, and Movement to Sustainable Neighborhoods
Rolf Pendall, Christopher Hayes, Arthur (Taz) George, Casey Dawkins, Jae Sik Jeon, Elijah Knaap, Evelyn Blumenberg, Gregory Pierce, and Michael Smart
Transportation Access, Residential Location, and Economic Opportunity: Evidence From Two Housing Voucher Experiments
Evelyn Blumenberg, Gregory Pierce, and Michael Smart
How Can the LIHTC Program Most Effectively Be Used To Provide Affordable Rental
Housing Near Transit?
Todd Nedwick and Kimberly Burnett
Advancing Social Equity as an Integral Dimension of Sustainability in Local Communities
James Svara, Tanya Watt, and Katherine Takai
Adoption of High-Performance Housing Technologies Among U.S. Homebuilding Firms,
2000 Through 2010
Andrew P. McCoy, C. Theodore Koebel, Andrew R. Sanderford, Christopher T. Franck, and Matthew J. Keefe
Foreclosed Property Investors in a Strong Housing Market City: A Case Study of Boston
Lauren Lambie-Hanson, Christopher E. Herbert, Irene Lew, and Rocio Sanchez-Moyano
A Research Note: Long-Term Cost Effectiveness of Placing Homeless Seniors in
Permanent Supportive Housing
Joshua D. Bamberger and Sarah K. Dobbins
Investing in Distressed Communities: Outcomes From the Neighborhood Stabilization
Jenny Schuetz, Jonathan Spader, Jennifer Lewis Buell, Kimberly Burnett, Larry Buron, Alvaro Cortes, Michael DiDomenico, Anna Jefferson, Christian Redfearn, and Stephen Whitlow
Industrial Revolution: Rainscreens: An Established Technique for Advanced Wall Construction
Brian Wolfgang and Ehsan Kamel
Impact: Proposed Rule on Section 3
Yves Sopngwi Djoko and Alastair McFarlane
Evaluation Tradecraft: Improving Program Evaluation: Using Direct Time Measurement for Estimating
Kevin Hathaway and Jennifer Turnham
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