Assisted Housing Research Cadre Reports
The Assisted Housing Research Cadre supported and expanded PD&R’s research capacity with quick-turnaround reports on topics related to assisted housing. The Cadre was a standing group of up to 28 leading social science researchers external to HUD. In response to short-term questions from PD&R on evolving policy issues, these experts conducted research and analysis using HUD’s administrative data and other sources. The following reports related to assisted housing were produced by the Research Cadre:
- Memphis Murder Revisited: Do Housing Vouchers Cause Crime?
- Alternative Approach: Assessing the Impact of HUD’s Assisted Housing Programs on Educational Opportunity and Well-being
- Creating a Metric of Educational Opportunity for Assisted Households
- Exploring the Spatial Distribution of Low Income Housing Tax Credit Properties
- Housing Choice Voucher Marketing Opportunity Index: Analysis of Data at the Tract and Block Group Level
- Neighborhood Crime Exposure Among Housing Choice Voucher Households
- End of Participation in Assisted Housing: What Can We Learn About Aging in Place?
- The Impact of Source of Income Laws on Voucher Utilization and Locational Outcomes
- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Rents of Constant Quality Units in the Housing Choice Voucher Program: Evidence from HUD’s Customer Satisfaction Survey
- Reduction of Worst Case Housing Needs by Assisted Housing