- Volume 18, Number 3
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Guest Editor's Introduction
Ingrid Gould Ellen and Lei Ding
What Have We Learned About the Causes of Recent Gentrification?
Jackelyn Hwang and Jeffrey Lin
The Consequences of Gentrification: A Focus on Residents’ Financial Health in Philadelphia Households
Lei Ding and Jackelyn Hwang
Gentrification and Small Business: Threat or Opportunity?
Linking Residents to Opportunity: Gentrification and Public Housing
Samuel Dastrup and Ingrid Gould Ellen
Forewarned: The Use of Neighborhood Early Warning Systems for Gentrification and Displacement
Karen Chapple and Miriam Zuk
Preserving and Expanding Affordability in Neighborhoods Experiencing Rising Rents and Property Values
Commentary: A Federal Perspective on Gentrification
Katherine M. O’Regan
Commentary: 21st Century Gentrification
Lance M. Freeman
Commentary: Causes and Consequences of Gentrification and the Future of Equitable Development Policy
Point of Contention: Driverless Cars
Cautious Optimism About Driverless Cars and Land Use in American Metropolitan Areas
Choice and Speculation
Transitioning to Driverless Cars
Driverless Cars and the City: Sharing Cars, Not Rides
Vouchers and Neighborhood Distress: The Unrealized Potential for Families With Housing Choice Vouchers To Reside in Neighborhoods With Low Levels of Distress
Alex Schwartz, Kirk McClure, and Lydia B. Taghavi
Affordable Rental Housing Development in the For-Profit Sector: A Review of the Literature
Rachel G. Bratt and Irene Lew
Data Shop: Chicago Multifamily Market Characterization: Developing a Comprehensive Picture of the Multifamily Housing Landscape
Rachel Scheu and Margaret Garascia
Industrial Revolution: Clean Heat: A Technical Response to a Policy Innovation
Foreign Exchange: A Rocky Path to Homeownership: Why Germany Eliminated Large-Scale Subsidies for Homeowners
Housing Policies in the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and the United States: Lessons Learned
Christian A.L. Hilber and Oliver Schöni
Sensitivity of Treatment on Treated Effects in the Housing Vouchers Welfare Experiment to Alternative Measures of Compliance
Daniel Gubits and Mark Shroder
Affordable Design: 2016 Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition: Monteria Village, Santa Barbara, California
compiled by Regina Gray
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