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Cityscape: Volume 23 Number 1 | The Rental Assistance Demonstration | The Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States

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Cityscape is published three times a year by the Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R) of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.




Double Issue

Volume 23 Number 2

Mark D. Shroder

Michelle P. Matuga

Symposium
The Rental Assistance Demonstration

Guest Editor's Introduction
Nathan Bossie and Paul Joice

The Rental Assistance Demonstration Program and Its Current and Projected Consumption of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits
Alex Schwartz and Kirk McClure

Impact of Rental Assistance Demonstration Program Conversions on Public Housing Tenants
Christopher Hayes, Matthew Gerken, and Susan J. Popkin

Resident Engagement in the Context of the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program
Tiana Moore, Sarah Lazzeroni, and Diana Hernández

A New Lease on Life in Public Housing: Assessing the Impact of the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program on Smoking in Buildings and Resident Satisfaction
Diana Hernández, Erin Harned, Maiko Yomogida, Dionna Attinson, Daniel P. Giovenco, Angela Aidala, Chunrong Jia, Paola Martinez, Susan Camerata, and Joyce Moon Howard

Using Linked Administrative Data to Improve Child Well-Being in the Rental Assistance Demonstration
Yumiko Aratani, Ariel Charney, and Colleen Heflin

Symposium
The Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States

Guest Editor's Introduction
George R. Carter III

Cityscape Symposium on the Hispanic Housing Experience in the United States: An Introduction
Rocio Sanchez-Moyano and Eileen Díaz McConnell

Understanding Low-Income Hispanic Housing Challenges and the Use of Housing and Homelessness Assistance
Claudia Aiken, Vincent J. Reina, and Dennis P. Culhane

Factors Associated with Unsheltered Latinx Homelessness in Los Angeles County
Melissa Chinchilla and Sonya Gabrielian

Facades of Fear: Anti-Immigrant Housing Ordinances and Mexican Rental Housing Preference in the Suburban New Latinx South
John Arroyo

Residential Mobility and Hispanic Segregation: Spatial Assimilation and the Concentration of Poverty, 1960–2014
Yana Kucheva

Divergent Contexts, Convergent Inequalities: Immigrant Spatial Assimilation in the United States and Western Europe
Haley McAvay

Residential Ethnic Segregation and Housing Issues in Various Societies: The Case of Japan
Yu Korekawa

Point of Contention: The New Eviction Module in the American Housing Survey

Can the American Housing Survey Provide Reliable Estimates of the Prevalence of Eviction?
Shawn Bucholtz

Comparing Methods for Measuring the Prevalence of Evictions and Forced Moves on the Poverty Tracker and the American Housing Survey: What Can Be Learned?
Sophie Collyer, Katherine Friedman, and Christopher Wimer

Estimating the Prevalence of Eviction in the United States: New Data from the 2017 American Housing Survey
Ashley Gromis and Matthew Desmond

Refereed Papers

Associations Between the Vulnerability Index-Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool and Returns to Homelessness Among Single Adults in the United States
Laura Petry, Chyna Hill, Phebe Vayanos, Eric Rice, Hsun-Ta Hsu, and Matthew Morton

Departments

Data Shop

Foreign Exchange

Graphic Detail

Impact

Industrial Revolution

Referees 2020–21

 

 

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