- Lessons for the United States From Asian Nations
- Volume 11, Number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Lessons for the United States From Asian Nations
Guest Editor: Alven Lam
Reinventing Highrise Housing in Singapore
Enabling the Voluntary Sector in Third World Housing
Applying Lean Production in Factory Homebuilding
Jordan Dentz, Isabelina Nahmens, and Michael Mullens
Role of Personal Bankruptcy Exemption Laws on Mortgage Availability
Sumit Agarwal and Souphala Chomsisengphet
Conforming Loan Limits
A Note on Data Preparation Procedures for a Nationwide Analysis of Urban Form and Settlement Patterns
Robert N. Renner, Selma Lewis, John I. Carruthers, and Gerrit-Jan Knaap
Insulating Concrete Forms: Walls for a Better Home
The Impact of the HOPE for Homeowners Program Rule
Alastair McFarlane, Edward Szymanoski, and Kurt Usowski
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