- Volume 19, Number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Guest Editor's Introduction
Urbanizing for Equity: Harnessing Upzones as a Redistributive Policy Tool
Rachel Fyall and Alexander Casey
Missing ‘Middle Scenarios’: Uncovering Nuanced Conditions in Latin America’s Housing Crisis
Kira Intrator and Kaustubh Shivdikar
Housing Perspectives on Habitat III: Canada
The CRA Turns 40
Guest Editor's Introduction
Small Business Lending Under the Community Reinvestment Act
Raphael W. Bostic and Hyojung Lee
Using Credit Reporting Agency Data To Assess the Link Between the Community Reinvestment Act and Consumer Credit Outcomes
Kristin F. Butcher and Ana Patricia Muñoz
Bridging the Gap to Scalable Community Reinvestment Lending Programs
Roberto G. Quercia and Sarah Riley
Commentary: Encouraging Housing Equity
Community Reinvestment Act and Local Governance Contexts: Advancing the Future of Community Reinvestment?
Colleen Casey, Joseph Farhat, and Gregory Cartwright
Are Homeowners Better Neighbors During Housing Booms? Understanding Civic and Social Engagement by Tenure During the Housing Market Cycle
Deirdre Pfeiffer and Eric A. Morris
A Research Note: The Housing Choice Voucher Program and Access to Opportunity in Florida’s Nonmetropolitan Areas
Rebecca J. Walter and Ruoniu Wang
Data Shop: Measuring Disability
Debra L. Brucker and Veronica E. Helms
Impact: Reducing the Flood Hazard Exposure of HUD-Assisted Properties
Michael K. Hollar
Policy Briefs: Project-Based Vouchers
Brent D. Mast and David Hardiman
SpAM: Measuring Distance to Resources
Ron Wilson and Alexander Din
Evaluation Tradecraft: Use of Genetic Matching in Program Evaluation: The Case of RAD
David Ruiz, Dennis Stout, and Christine Herlihy
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