- Contesting the Streets
- Volume 18, Number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Contesting the Streets
Guest Editor's Introduction
Raphael W. Bostic, Annette M. Kim, and Abel Valenzuela, Jr.
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
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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