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American Neighborhoods: Inclusion and Exclusion


American Neighborhoods: Inclusion and Exclusion

Volume 16, Number 3

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga


American Neighborhoods: Inclusion and Exclusion

Guest Editors’ Introduction
Paul Joice and Meena Bavan

Diversity, Inequality, and Microsegregation: Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion in a Racially and Economically Diverse Community
Laura M. Tach

Building Ties: The Social Networks of Affordable-Housing Residents
Elyzabeth Gaumer, Ahuva Jacobowitz, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Why and Where Do Homeowners Associations Form?
Ron Cheung and Rachel Meltzer

Race, Segregation, and Choice: Race and Ethnicity in Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Applicant Neighborhoods, 2010–2012
Matthew F. Gebhardt


Data Shop: Developing a Proxy for Identifying Family Developments in HUD’s LIHTC Data: Using Information on the Distribution of Units by Size
Rachel M.B. Atkins and Katherine M. O’Regan

Data Sources for U.S. Housing Research, Part 1: Public Sector Data Sources
Daniel H. Weinberg

Graphic Detail: Mapping White-Black and Temporal Differences in State Homeownership Rates With Two-Way Comparative Micromaps
Brent D. Mast

Industrial Revolution: The Remodeling Conundrum: When the Order Matters
Patrick H. Huelman

Impact: Economic Analysis of Increasing HUD’s Manufactured Housing Inspection Label Fee
Michael K. Hollar

SpAM (Spatial Analysis and Methods) Evaluating Spatial Model Accuracy in Mass Real Estate Appraisal: A Comparison of Geographically Weighted Regression and the Spatial Lag Model.
Paul E. Bidanset and John R. Lombard


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