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Contesting the Streets

Volume 18, Number 1

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga


Contesting the Streets

Guest Editor's Introduction
Raphael W. Bostic, Annette M. Kim, and Abel Valenzuela, Jr.

Designing Fair and Effective Street Vending Policy: It’s Time for a New Approach
Renia Ehrenfeucht

Informal Trade Meets Informal Governance: Street Vendors and Legal Reform in India, South Africa, and Peru
Sally Roever

The Critical Role of Street Vendor Organizations in Relocating Street Vendors Into Public Markets: The Case of Hsinchu City, Taiwan
Chia Yang Weng and Annette M. Kim

Return to the Streets
John Taylor and Lily Song

Fining the Hand That Feeds You: Situational and Violation-Specific Factors Influencing New York City Street Vendor Default in Payment
Kathryn A. Carroll, Sean Basinski, and Alfonso Morales

A Step Toward a Healthier South Los Angeles: Improving Student Food Options Through Healthy Sidewalk Vendor Legalization
Robert Baird, David C. Sloane, Gabriel N. Stover, and Gwendolyn Flynn

Point of Contention: Declining Homeownership

On the Plausibility of a 53-Percent Homeownership Rate by 2050
Arthur C. Nelson

Cohort Momentum and Future Homeownership: The Outlook to 2050
Dowell Myers and Hyojung Lee

A Renter or Homeowner Nation?
Arthur Acolin, Laurie S. Goodman, Susan M. Wachter

The Future Course of U.S. Homeownership Rates
Donald R. Haurin

Refereed Papers

Coercive Sexual Environments: Exploring the Linkages to Mental Health in Public Housing
Susan J. Popkin, Janine Zweig, Nan Astone, Reed Jordan, Chantal Hailey, Leah Gordon and Jay Silverman


Data Shop: Using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics To Analyze Housing Decisions, Dynamics, and Effects
Katherine McGonagle and Narayan Sastry


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