Housing Policy Debate

Papers
(The TQCC of Housing Policy Debate is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
What Is Aging in Place? Confusions and Contradictions38
Losing Your Home Is Bad for Your Health: Short- and Medium-Term Health Effects of Eviction on Young Adults29
Gentrifying Atlanta: Investor Purchases of Rental Housing, Evictions, and the Displacement of Black Residents28
The Financialization of Housing in Capitalism’s Peripheries26
“They Didn’t See It Coming”: Green Resilience Planning and Vulnerability to Future Climate Gentrification24
Gentrification-Induced Displacement in Detroit, Michigan: An Analysis of Evictions24
Long-Term, Multicountry Perspective on Rental Market Regulations23
Evictions: The Comparative Analysis Problem22
Housing Cost Burden, Material Hardship, and Well-Being21
Eviction and Segmented Housing Markets in Richmond, Virginia21
Sheltered From Eviction? A Framework for Understanding the Relationship Between Subsidized Housing Programs and Eviction20
Exploring the Financial Implications of Advance Rent Payment and Induced Furnishing of Rental Housing in Ghanaian Cities: The Case of Dansoman, Accra-Ghana20
Extreme Heat Vulnerability of Subsidized Housing Residents in California19
Do Lawyers Matter? Early Evidence on Eviction Patterns After the Rollout of Universal Access to Counsel in New York City19
Racialized Homelessness: A Review of Historical and Contemporary Causes of Racial Disparities in Homelessness19
Legacies of Institutionalized Redlining: A Comparison Between Speculative and Implemented Mortgage Risk Maps in Chicago, Illinois19
Working With Them: Small-Scale Landlord Strategies for Avoiding Evictions18
Inaccuracies in Eviction Records: Implications for Renters and Researchers18
Family Compound Housing System Losing Its Value in Ghana: A Threat to Future Housing of the Poor18
COVID-19 Housing Policy: State and Federal Eviction Moratoria and Supportive Measures in the United States During the Pandemic17
The Racial Landscape of Fintech Mortgage Lending17
Housing Stability, Evictions, and Subsidized Rental Properties: Evidence From Metro Atlanta, Georgia17
Toward Affordable Cities? Critically Exploring the Market-Based Housing Supply Policy Proposition17
“Our Customer Is America”: Housing Insecurity and Eviction in Las Vegas, Nevada’s Postcrisis Rental Markets16
Naturally Resilient to Natural Hazards? Urban–Rural Disparities in Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Assistance16
Spatial Concentration and Spillover: Eviction Dynamics in Neighborhoods of Los Angeles, California, 2005–201515
Investigating Transit-Induced Displacement Using Eviction Data15
From Hazard Mitigation to Climate Adaptation: A Review of Home Buyout Program Literature15
Deemed Ineligible: Reasons Homeowners in Puerto Rico Were Denied Aid After Hurricane María15
Evictions and Neighborhood Child Maltreatment Reports14
Emplaced Displacement and Public Housing Redevelopment: From Physical Displacement to Social, Cultural, and Economic Replacement14
State Landlord–Tenant Policy and Eviction Rates in Majority-Minority Neighborhoods14
Resident-Owned Resilience: Can Cooperative Land Ownership Enable Transformative Climate Adaptation for Manufactured Housing Communities?13
Exploring Housing and Transportation Affordability in Jeddah13
Moving Toward an Inclusive Housing Policy?: Migrants’ Access to Subsidized Housing in Urban China13
Impact of Governments’ Commitment to Housing Affordability Policy on People’s Happiness: Evidence from China12
Quantifying Doubled-Up Homelessness: Presenting a New Measure Using U.S. Census Microdata12
Unequal Retreats: How Racial Segregation Shapes Climate Adaptation12
University Student Housing as Business Proposition and Entrepreneurial Activity: The Canadian Case11
Another Look at Location Affordability: Understanding the Detailed Effects of Income and Urban Form on Housing and Transportation Expenditures10
No Easy Decisions: Developing an Evidence-Informed Process to Allocate Housing Choice Vouchers to Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence10
“The Rent Eats First”: Rental Housing Unaffordability in the United States10
Transit-Oriented Development and Suburban Gentrification: A “Natural Reality” of Refugee Displacement in Metro Vancouver10
Smart City Beyond Efficiency: Technology–Policy–Community at Play for Sustainable Urban Futures10
Gentrification, Health, and Intermediate Pathways: How Distinct Inequality Mechanisms Impact Health Disparities10
“You Have a Place to Rest Your Head in Peace”: Use of Hotels for Adults Experiencing Homelessness During the COVID-19 Pandemic9
Eviction Dynamics in Market-Rate Multifamily Rental Housing9
The Relationship Between Legal Status and Housing Cost Burden for Immigrants in the United States9
Multidimensional Discrimination in the Online Rental Housing Market: Implications for Families With Young Children9
An Integrated Data System Lens Into Evictions and Their Effects9
Which Information Matters? Measuring Landlord Assessment of Tenant Screening Reports9
Hotels as Noncongregate Emergency Shelters: An Analysis of Investments in Hotels as Emergency Shelter in King County, Washington During the COVID-19 Pandemic9
Financialization of Housing in Mexico: The Case of Cuautitlan Izcalli and Huehuetoca in the Metropolitan Region of Mexico City8
Transitioning to Homeownership: Asset Building for Low- and Moderate-Income Households8
Will Mandatory Inclusionary Housing Create Mixed-Income Communities? Evidence From London, UK8
Housing and Urban Heat: Assessing Risk Disparities8
“Many of Us Have Been Previously Evicted”: Exploring the Relationship Between Homelessness and Evictions Among Families Participating in the Rapid Rehousing Program in Salt Lake County, Utah8
Getting By and Getting Out: How Residents of Louisiana’s Frontline Communities Are Adapting to Environmental Change8
A Perfect Storm? Disasters and Evictions8
The NewMan in the HouseRules: How the Regulation of Housing Vouchers Turns Personal Bonds Into Eviction Liabilities8
Relationship Between State Preemption of Inclusionary Zoning Policies and Health Outcomes: Is There Disparate Impact Among People of Color?8
Renter Nonpayment and Landlord Response: Evidence From COVID-197
Advocating for the Preservation of Senior Housing: A Coalition at Work Amid Gentrification in Detroit, Michigan7
The Role of Credit Attributes in Explaining the Homeownership Gap Between Whites and Minorities Since the Financial Crisis, 2012–20187
Does Demolition Lead to a Reduction in Nearby Crime Associated With Abandoned Properties?7
Coordinated Access and Coordinated Entry System Processes in the Housing and Homelessness Sector: A Critical Commentary on Current Practices7
Eviction Court Outcomes and Access to Procedural Knowledge: Evidence From a Tenant-Focused Intervention in New Orleans7
Regulating Demand or Supply: Examining Israel’s Public Policy for Reducing Housing Prices During 2015–20197
Housing Finance Strategies for Low-Income Households in Secondary Cities: Contextualization Under Customary Tenure in Ghana6
“When We Do Evict Them, It’s a Last Resort”: Eviction Prevention in Social and Affordable Housing6
Can Emergency Rental Assistance Be Designed to Prevent Homelessness? Learning from Emergency Rental Assistance Programs6
Expatriates’ Housing Dispersal Outlook in a Rapidly Developing Metropolis Based on Urban Growth Predicted Using a Machine Learning Algorithm6
The Effects of Rental Assistance on Housing Stability, Quality, Autonomy, and Affordability6
Buying Citizenship: A Boon to District-Level House Prices in Istanbul6
The Effect of the Housing Provident Fund on Income Redistribution: The Case of China6
Spatial Relationship Between Eviction Filings, Neighborhood Characteristics, and Proximity to the Central Business District: A Case Study of Salt Lake County, Utah6
Eviction and the Dissolution of Neighborhoods6
The Sense of Community in Homeowner Association Neighborhoods in Urban China: A Study of Wenzhou6
Advancing Choice in the Housing Choice Voucher Program: Source of Income Protections and Locational Outcomes6
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