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Cityscape: Volume 21 Number 1 | The Fair Housing Act at 50


The Fair Housing Act at 50

Volume 21 Number 1

Mark D. Shroder
Michelle P. Matuga

The Fair Housing Act at 50

Guest Editor's Introduction
Vincent J. Reina and Susan Wachter

Endowments and Minority Homeownership
Arthur Acolin, Desen Lin, and Susan M. Wachter

Black-White and Hispanic Segregation Magnitudes and Trends from the 2016 American Community Survey
John D. Landis

The Potential of the Fair Housing Act’s Affirmative Mandate and HUD’s AFFH Rule
Katherine M. O’Regan and Ken Zimmerman

Racially Concentrated Areas of Affluence: A Preliminary Investigation
Edward G. Goetz, Anthony Damiano, and Rashad A. Williams

Are Location Affordability and Fair Housing on a Collision Course?
Race, Transportation Costs, and the Siting of Subsidized Housing

Vincent J. Reina, Jake Wegmann, and Erick Guerra

Refereed Papers

Does Jobs Proximity Matter in the Housing Choice Voucher Program?
Michael Lens, Kirk McClure, and Brent Mast

A Constant Quartile Mismatch Indicator of Changing Rental Affordability in U.S. Metropolitan Areas, 2000 to 2016
Dowell Myers and JungHo Park


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Foreign Exchange

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