- Measuring Blight
- Volume 24 Number 2
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Guest Editor's Introduction
Exploring the Empirical Relationship Between Inner-City Blight and Urban Sprawl
in the United States
Eric Fesselmeyer and Kiat Ying Seah
Deep Learning Visual Methods for Identifying Abandoned Houses
Jim DeLisle, Hye-Sung Han, Duy H. Ho, Yugyung Lee, Brent Never, and Ye Wang
Are Housing Vacancy Rates a Good Proxy for Physical Blight?
Does the Inclusion of Residential No-Stat Addresses Along Rural Postal Carrier Routes
Improve Vacancy Rate Estimates?
Alexander Din and Peter Han
Brainstorming: Learning Agenda
Equity in HUD’s Learning Agenda
Barry L. Steffen and Galen Savidge-Wilkins
Applying an Access Framework to Studying Equity at the Intersection of Housing
Lauren C.J. Barrow and Craig Evan Pollack
Seeing More, Learning More: Equity in Housing and Community Development
Xavier de Souza Briggs, Carlos Martín, Vincent Reina, and Justin Steil
Incorporating Equity into HUD’s Learning Agenda: Thoughts on Studying Structure
Philip M.E. Garboden
Advancing Racial Equity within Federal Housing Policy
Researching Homeownership Inequalities: A Life-Cycle Perspective
Embedding an Equity Approach in HUD’s Learning Agenda
Angela Glover Blackwell and Sarah Treuhaft
HUD Administrative Data Now Linked to National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent
to Adult Health
Atticus Jaramillo, Michael D. Webb, and Jon M. Hussey
Geospatial Processing Tools to Enhance Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics
Michael Wohlstadter and John Posey
Tree Equity Scores and Housing Choice Voucher Neighborhoods
Alexander Din and Perrin Krisko
Vacancy Change in Vulnerable Census Tracts in Portland, Oregon
3D Concrete Printed Construction: Building the Future of Housing, Layer-by-Layer
Jagruti Rekhi and Alaina Stern
Survey of State Laws Governing Continuances and Stays in Eviction Proceedings
Ryan P. Sullivan
Survey of State Laws Governing Fees Associated With Late Payment of Rent
Ryan P. Sullivan
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