- Volume 21 Number 3
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Small Area Fair Market Rents
Guest Editors' Introduction
Adam Bibler, Chalita Brandly, Peter Kahn, Marie Lihn, and Lydia Taghavi
Small Area Fair Market Rent Demonstration
The Effects of Small Area Fair
Market Rents on the Neighborhood
Choices of Families with Children
Samuel Dastrup, Meryl Finkel, and Ingrid Gould Ellen
Small Area Fair Market Rents, Race, and Neighborhood Opportunity
Kirk McClure and Alex Schwartz
Impact of Expanded Choice on Attrition in the Housing Voucher Program
Judy Geyer, Samuel Dastrup, and Meryl Finkel
Reflections on Demand
Assistance in the Rental Sector:
A European Perspective
Marietta E.A. Haffner
Alternative Measures of Market Rents
The Best Laid Plans Often Go Awry: An Analysis of the Implementation of Small
Area Fair Market Rents
Kelly L. Patterson and Robert Mark Silverman
Comparing Small Area Fair Market Rents With Other Rental Measures Across
Diverse Housing Markets
Christian Hess, Rebecca J. Walter, Arthur Acolin, and Sarah Chasins
Contrasting Different Geographies in Fair Market Rents: Implications for the
Housing Choice Voucher Program in Pittsburgh, PA
Mike Blackhurst, Chris Briem, and Sabina Deitrick
Sexual Harassment of Low-Income Women by Landlords
Rigel C. Oliveri
A New Cost-Based Index of Housing Quality and Repair Needs
Eliza Wallace, Eileen Divringi, and Keith Wardrip
Protecting Low-Income Housing from Climate Risks
Michael E. Canes
Extremely Low-Income: Has the New Measure Made a Difference?
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