- HOPE VI
- Volume 12, number 1
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Guest Editor: Jennifer A. Stoloff
Better Neighborhoods, Better Outcomes?
Explaining Relocation Outcomes in HOPE VI
Edward G. Goetz
Neighborhood Institutions, Facilities, and Public Space:
A Missing Link for HOPE VI Residents' Development of Social Capital?
Alexandra M. Curley
HOPE VI Neighborhood Spillover Effects in Baltimore
HOPE VI and Neighborhood Economic Development:
The Importance of Local Market Dynamics
Sean Zielenbach and Richard Voith
Moving Toward a Shrinking Cities Metric:
Analyzing Land Use Changes Associated With Depopulation in Flint, Michigan
Justin B. Hollander
Combining Data on Residential Vacancy Rates and Mortgage Foreclosures
Provides a Picture of Neighborhood Change
Robert N. Renner and Jamie W. Wolf
The Impact of Formula Allocation Discretion in the Housing Trust Fund
Todd Richardson and Barry Steffen
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