Mixed-Income Must-Read Articles
If you care about or want to learn more about these topics, read the articles below:
The theoretical basis for addressing poverty through mixed-income development. 2007. Mark L. Joseph, Robert J. Chaskin, and Henry S. Webber
All Mixed Up: Making Sense of Mixed-Income Housing Developments. 2017. Lawrence J. Vale and Shomon Shamsuddin.
Contested space: Design principles and regulatory regimes in mixed-income communities in Chicago. 2015. Robert J. Chaskin and Mark L. Joseph.
The Power of Intentional Networks in Mixed-Income Housing. 2015. Frankie Blackburn.
The Enduring Significance of Race in Mixed-Income Developments. 2014. Amy T. Khare, Mark L. Joseph and Robert J. Chaskin.
Can San Francisco Get Mixed-Income Public Housing Redevelopment Right? 2016. Mark L. Joseph, Nancy Latham, Rachel G. Kleit, and Steven LaFrance.
Making mixed-income neighborhoods work for low-Income households. 2013. James C. Fraser, Robert J. Chaskin, and Joshua T. Bazuin
Market-driven public housing reforms: Inadequacy for poverty alleviation. 2013. Amy T. Khare
Mixed-Income living : Anticipated and realized benefits for low-income households. 2013. Daine K. Levy, Zach McDade, and Kassie, Bertumen
Building “Community” in Mixed-Income Developments: Assumptions, Approaches, and Early Experiences. 2009. Robert J. Chaskin and Mark L. Joseph
Addressing Social Segregation in Mixed-Income Communities. 2015. Derek Hyra
HOPE VI new communities: Neighborhood relationships in mixed-income housing. 2005. Rachel G. Kleit
The Structuring of Urban Life in a Mixed-Income Housing “Community”. 2010. Erin M. Graves
Gentrification and social mixing: Towards an inclusive urban renaissance? 2008. Loretta Lees
4 Groups that Need to Change to Make Mixed-Income Communities Work. 2016. Bill Traynor and Frankie Blackburn
Youth in mixed-income communities replacing public housing complexes: Context, dynamics and response. 2013. Robert J. Chaskin, Florian Sichling, and Mark L. Joseph
Marketing, managing and maintaining mixed-income communities. 2008. Deborah L. Meyerson
Let’s Get Rid of the Words “Property” and “Manager”. 2016. Frankie Blackburn
Mixed-income developments and low rates of return: Insights from relocated public housing residents in Chicago. 2012. Mark L. Joseph and Robert J. Chaskin
Public housing transformation and the hard‐to‐house. 2005. Susan Popkin, Mary K. Cunningham, and Martha Burt
The Imagined Self-Sufficient Communities of HOPE VI: Examining the Community and Social Support Component. 2014. Deirdre Oakley, James Fraser, and Joshua Bazuin
Integrating the Inner City: The Promise and Perils of Mixed-Income Public Housing Transformation. 2015. Robert J. Chaskin and Mark L. Joseph
No Simple Solutions: Transforming Public Housing in Chicago. 2016. Susan Popkin
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