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Cityscape: Volume 22 Number 3 | The Moving to Work Retrospective Evaluation


The Moving to Work Retrospective Evaluation

Volume 22 Number 3

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga

The Moving to Work Retrospective Evaluation

Guest Editor's Introduction
Elizabeth Rudd

A Picture of Moving to Work Agencies’ Housing Assistance
Martha M. Galvez, Ruth Gourevitch, and Benny Docter

Moving to Work Agencies’ Use of Funding Flexibility
Diane K. Levy, Leiha Edmonds, and David Long

Moving to Work Agencies’ Use of Project-Based Voucher Assistance
Martha M. Galvez, Daniel Teles, Alyse D. Oneto, and Matthew Gerken

The Effects of Increasing the Tenant Rent Contribution in the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Nina Castells

Designing an Alternative Rent Policy for the Housing Choice Voucher Program
James Riccio

Can Diverse Activities Have a Combined Impact? Examining the Effects of the Moving to Work Demonstration on Housing Choice and Self-Sufficiency Outcomes
Mark Treskon, Matthew Gerken, and Martha M. Galvez

Fund More, Serve More, Save More: Moving to Work and Cost-Effectiveness
Christina Stacy, Josh Leopold, Daniel Teles, Alyse D. Oneto, Yipeng Su, Matthew Gerken, and Ruth Gourevitch

A German Perspective on Objectives of the Moving to Work Demonstration, Housing Provision, and Targeting
Max-Christopher Krapp

Improving Access to Housing Amid Exclusionary Housing Markets: A Latin American Viewpoint of the Moving to Work Demonstration
Adriana Hurtado-Tarazona

Disparities and Similarities in U.S. and U.K. Rent Subsidy Programs: A British Perspective on the Moving to Work Demonstration
Becky Tunstall

Refereed Papers

Documenting Racially Restrictive Covenants in 20th Century Philadelphia
Larry Santucci

Applying Performance Management Tools to Understand and Improve Rapid Re-Housing Program Outcomes
Christopher Weare


Affordable Design

Data Shop

Foreign Exchange

Graphic Detail

Industrial Revolution



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