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Public Housing Reform and Voucher Success: Progress and Challenges (100%)
The Challenges Facing Public Housing Authorities in a Brave New World (96%)
Best Management Practices in U.S. Public Housing (90%)
Keeping the Door Open to People with Drug Problems - Volume III for Programs in Public Housing (89%)
Linking Public Housing Revitalization To Neighborhood School Improvement (88%)
The Preservation Needs of Public Housing (88%)
Searching for a "Sound Negro Policy": A Racial Agenda for the Housing Acts of 1949 and 1954 (87%)
Housing, Welfare Reform, and Self-Sufficiency: An Assessment of the Family Self-Sufficiency Program (86%)
Public Housing Transformation and the Hard-to-House (85%)
Mitigating Apprehension about Section 8 Vouchers: The Positive Role of Housing Specialists in Housing Search and Placement (83%)

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1 Public Housing Reform and Voucher Success: Progress and Challenges (100%)

2 The Challenges Facing Public Housing Authorities in a Brave New World (96%)

3 Best Management Practices in U.S. Public Housing (90%)

4 Keeping the Door Open to People with Drug Problems - Volume III for Programs in Public Housing (89%)

5 Linking Public Housing Revitalization To Neighborhood School Improvement (88%)

6 The Preservation Needs of Public Housing (88%)

7 Searching for a "Sound Negro Policy": A Racial Agenda for the Housing Acts of 1949 and 1954 (87%)

8 Housing, Welfare Reform, and Self-Sufficiency: An Assessment of the Family Self-Sufficiency Program (86%)

9 Public Housing Transformation and the Hard-to-House (85%)

10 Mitigating Apprehension about Section 8 Vouchers: The Positive Role of Housing Specialists in Housing Search and Placement (83%)

11 HOPE VI Relocation: Moving to New Neighborhoods and Building New Ties (83%)

12 Comment on Roberto G. Quercia and George C. Galster's "The Challenges Facing Public Housing Authorities in a Brave New World" (2) (83%)

13 Comment on Susan J. Popkin, Mary K. Cunningham, and Martha Burt's "Public Housing Transformation and the Hard-to-House" (82%)

14 Public Housing Unchained? (82%)

15 Comment on Roberto G. Quercia and George C. Galster's (82%)

16 Comment on Bruce J. Katz and Margery Austin Turner's "Who Should Run the Housing Voucher Program? (81%)

17 Determinants of Tenure Duration in Public Housing: The Case of New York City (81%)

18 Proposed Housing Legislation Would Divert Subsidies from Working Poor... - 8/3/98 (81%)

19 Section 8 Homeownership: A Guide for Rural Housing Practitioners (80%)

20 Mixed-Income Housing Developments: Promise and Reality (80%)

21 The Differential Impacts of Federally Assisted Housing Programs on Nearby Property Values: A Philadelphia Case Study (79%)

22 Public Housing Occupancy Guidebook: Chapter 19 (79%)

23 Public Housing and the American Dream: Residents' Views on Buying into "The Projects" (78%)

24 Beyond the Problem Projects Paradigm: Defining and Revitalizing (78%)

25 Comment on Lawrence J. Vale's "Beyond the Problem Projects Paradigm:Defining and Revitalizing 'Severely Distressed' Public Housing" (78%)

26 Last in Line: Housing Assistance for Households with Children (78%)

27 Supportive Housing Financing Sources Guide with special emphasis programs in Arizona, California and Nevada (77%)

28 Emerging Strategies for Revitalizing Public Housing Communities (77%)

29 Comment on Susan J. Popkin, Mary K. Cunningham, and Martha Burt's "Public Housing Transformation and the Hard-to-House" (76%)

30 Family Self-Sufficiency and Housing (76%)

31 Recipients of Housing Assistance under Welfare Reform: Trends in Employment and Welfare Participation (75%)

32 The Daily Message (75%)

33 The Impacts of Intercity Competition and Intergovernmental Factors on Local Affordable Housing Expenditures (75%)

34 Rethinking the Social Role of Public Housing (75%)

35 Building Assets While Building Communities: Expanding Savings & Investment Opportunities for Low-Income Bay Area Residents (75%)

36 Legislative Provisions to Support the Preservation of Affordable Housing (74%)
37 Taking Health Care Home: Impact of System Change Efforts at the Two-Year Mark (74%)

38 The Convergence of Nonequity Housing Models in Canada: Changes to Housing Policy Since 1990 (74%)

39 Testimony of Barbara Sard on 2002 Budget for Housing Vouchers - 4/25/01 (74%)
40 Like Fleas on a Tiger?: A Short History of the Open Housing Movement (74%)

41 Interpreting the Dynamics of Public Housing: Cultural and Rational Choice Explanations (74%)

42 Moving Out of Poverty: Expanding Mobility and Choice through Tenant-Based Housing Assistance (74%)

43 Housing Choice Vouchers: How HOPE VI Families Fared in the Private Market (73%)

44 Priced Out in 2006 (73%)

45 Where Will I Sleep Tomorrow? Housing, Homelessness, and the Returning Prisoner (73%)

46 Public Relations Guide for Rural Housing Organizations (73%)

47 The HOPE VI Program: What about the Residents? (73%)

48 Preservation Actors -- Past and Present: A Trip Through the Players: From 1960 to 2000 -- and Beyond (73%)

49 The Fall (and Rise) of Public Housing (73%)

50 The Gautreaux Legacy: What Might Mixed-Income and Dispersal Strategies Mean for the Poorest Public Housing Tenants? (73%)

51 "...And a Suitable Living Environment": The Failure of Housing Programs to Deliver on Neighborhood Quality. (73%)

52 Public Housing Desegregation: What Are the Options? (73%)

53 Housing in the Nation's Capital 2006 (72%)

54 The Impact of Housing on Community: A Review of Scholarly Theories and Empirical Research (72%)

55 Involving Public and Nonprofit Hospitals in Supportive Housing (72%)

56 Preservation of Affordable Rural Housing: A Practitioners' Guide to the Section 515 Program (72%)

57 Addressing Community Opposition to Affordable Housing Development: A Fair Housing Toolkit (72%)

58 Comment on Chester Hartman and David Robinson's "Evictions: The Hidden Housing Problem" -- Protection or Protraction? (72%)

59 Memo To Members (72%)

60 High Ambitions: The Past and Future of American Low-Income Housing Policy (72%)

61 Residential Segregation And Housing Discrimination In The United States (71%)

62 2007 Recalibration of the Business Plan for Ending Long-Term Homelessness in Minnesota (71%)
63 Severely Distressed Public Housing: The Costs of Inaction (71%)

64 American Housing Survey for the United States: 2005 (71%)

65 A History of HUD (71%)
66 Shared Equity Homeownership: the Changing Landscape of Resale-Restricted, Owner-Occupied Housing (71%)

67 Housing and Economic Development in Indian Country: Challenge and Opportunity -- Chapter Two (71%)

68 A Study in Contradictions: The Origins and Legacy of the Housing Act of 1949 (71%)

69 Subsidized Housing and Neighborhood Racial Transition: An Empirical Investigation (71%)

70 Taking Charge: Public Housing Tenants Organize (71%)

71 Successes, Failures, and Prospects for Public Housing Policy in the United Kingdom (71%)

72 Challenges of Public Housing in the 1990s: The Case of Ontario, Canada (71%)

73 Comment on Lawrence J. Vale's (71%)

74 Comment on Kathryn P. Nelson and Jill Khadduri's "To Whom Should Limited Housing Resources Be Directed?" (71%)

75 The Consolidated Plan (71%)
76 Housing in the Nation's Capital 2007 (70%)

77 To Move or Not to Move: Relationships to Place and Relocation Choices in HOPE VI (70%)

78 Laying a New Foundation: Changing the Systems that Create and Sustain Supportive Housing (70%)

79 The Daily Message (70%)

80 Rehabilitation Data Needs:A Building Industry Forum (70%)

81 New Urbanism and the City: Potential Applications and Implications for Distressed Inner - City Neighborhoods (70%)

82 Subsidized Housing and Work among Welfare Recipients (70%)

83 Philanthropy and the Housing Crisis: The Dilemmas of Private Charity and Public Policy (70%)

84 Housing Market Constraints and Spatial Stratification by Income and Race (70%)

85 Shelterforce Interview: Joseph Shuldiner, Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing (70%)

86 The Role of Nonprofit Housing in Canada and the United States: Some Comparisons (70%)

87 Bringing Home the Benefits of Energy Efficiency to Low-Income Households (69%)

88 A Blueprint for Action: Developing a Livable Community for All Ages (69%)
89 The Housing Landscape for Returning Prisoners in the District of Columbia (69%)

90 Comment on Mark Joseph's "Is Mixed-Income Development an Antidote to Urban Poverty?" (69%)

91 Building a Better New Orleans: A Review and Plan for Progress One Year after Hurricane Katrina (69%)

92 Guidebook on Developing Permanent Supportive Housing for Homeless Veterans (69%)
93 Formulas for Success: Housing Plus Services in Rural Areas (69%)

94 Land Bank Authorities: A Guide for the Creation and Operation of Local Land Banks (69%)

95 Using Public Schools as Community Development Tools: Strategies for Community-Based Developers (69%)

96 Developing the 'Support' in Supportive Housing (69%)

97 Reductions in Section 8 Reserves in House and Senate VA-HUD Bills Will Likely Reduce the Number of Families the Voucher Program Serves - 8/15/01 (69%)

98 The Use of Rental Housing Assistance by Immigrants in the United States and New York City (69%)

99 Restoring Community through Traditional Neighborhood Design: A Case Study of Diggs Town Public Housing (69%)

100 The Meanings of Resident Empowerment: Why Just About Everybody Thinks It's a Good Idea and What It Has to Do with Resident Management (69%)

101 Urban Housing Policy in the 1990s (69%)

102 Beneficiaries of Federal Housing Programs: A Data Reconnaissance (69%)

103 After Katrina: Rebuilding Opportunity and Equity Into the New New Orleans (69%)

104 Toward a Comprehensive Homelessness-Prevention Strategy (69%)

105 Affordable Rental Housing in Healthy Communities: Rebuilding After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (68%)

106 How Housing Affects Child Well-Being (68%)

107 The Economics of Historic Preservation (68%)

108 Strengths and Weaknesses of the Housing Voucher Program (68%)

109 Evictions: The Hidden Housing Problem (68%)

110 Integrating Social Equity and Growth Management: Linking Community Land Trusts and Smart Growth (68%)

111 The Evolution of Low - Income Housing Policy, 1949 to 1999 (68%)

112 Senate VA-HUD Appropriations Bill Makes Damaging Changes in Section 8 Housing Program for Low-income Households (68%)

113 New York City and Subsidized Housing: Impacts and Lessons of the City's $5 Billion Capital Budget Housing Plan (68%)

114 Assisted Living in Public Housing: A Case Study of Mixing Frail Elderly and Younger Person with Chronic Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Histories (68%)

115 Toward a rural housing research agenda (68%)

116 Private Finance for Social Housing in Australia (68%)

117 Federal Housing Policy and Preservation: Historical Evolution, Patterns, and Implications (68%)

118 A Home for All New Yorkers: Housing First! 2005 Policy Update (67%)
119 Expanding Asset-Building Opportunities for Low-Income Families through FSS (67%)

120 Changes to Project-Based Multifamily Units in HUD's Inventory Between 1995 and 2003 (67%)
121 Does Housing Mobility Policy Improve Health? (67%)

122 Housing in the Nation's Capital 2003 (67%)

123 Comment on Bruce J. Katz and Margery Austin Turner's Who Should Run the Housing Voucher Program? A Reform Proposal (2) (67%)

124 Brown Kids in White Suburbs: Housing Mobility and the Many Faces of Social Capital (67%)

125 Lake Parc Place: A Study of Mixed-Income Housing (67%)

126 The Canadian Housing Policy Context (67%)

127 Public Housing: What Went Wrong? (67%)

128 Effects of Restrictive Land Supply on Housing in Hong Kong: An Econometric Analysis (67%)

129 Hunger and Homelessness Survey 2005 (67%)

130 State and Local Governments: New Initiatives in Low-Income Housing Preservation (67%)

131 Catalog of Administrative Data Sources for Neighborhood Indicators (66%)

132 Safety Is the Most Important Thing: How HOPE VI Helped Families (66%)

133 Going Comprehensive: Anatomy of an Initiative That Worked (66%)

134 Mapping Prisoner Reentry: An Action Research Guidebook (66%)

135 Comment on Mark L. Joseph's "Is Mixed-Income Development an Antidote to Urban Poverty?" (66%)

136 Inclusionary Zoning: The California Experience (66%)

137 Building Assets, Building Credit: Symposium Proceedings (66%)

138 Housing Facts & Findings, Vol. 6, No. 1 (66%)

139 Housing for Very Low-Income Households: The Record of President Clinton, 1993-2000 (66%)

140 Memo To Members (66%)

141 Ch. 1-3, Between the Lines: A Question and Answer Guide on Legal Issues in Supportive Housing - National Edition (66%)

142 The Next Wave: Employing People with Multiple Barriers to Work: Policy Lessons from the Next Step: Jobs Initiative (66%)

143 Housing and Welfare Reform (66%)

144 Financing Social Housing in Canada (66%)

145 Housing in the Broader Context in the United States (66%)

146 The Role of Limited - Equity Cooperatives in Providing Affordable Housing (66%)

147 Deciding How to Use Scarce Federal Housing Aids Funds (66%)

148 Policies for Affordable Housing in the District of Columbia: Lessons from Other Cities (65%)

149 HOPE VI'd and On the Move (65%)

150 Neighborhood Housing Markets and the Memphis Model: Linking Information to Neighborhood Action in Memphis, Tennessee (65%)

151 Beyond Neighborhood Boundaries: Taking a Regional View of Housing (65%)

152 Community Investments: Special Issue on Affordable Housing (65%)
153 Mixed Communities in England (65%)

154 Housing Belongs on the National Agenda (65%)

155 Is the Proposed Cut to the Public Housing Capital Fund Justified? (65%)

156 Memo To Members (65%)

157 The Senate VA-HUD Bill Funds Too Few New Vouchers and Threatens the Financial Integrity of the Section 8 Program (65%)
158 Federally Sponsored Rehabilitation Activity (65%)

159 A Description and History of The New York/New York Agreement to House Homeless Mentally Ill Individuals (65%)

160 Comment on Bruce J. Katz and Margery Austin Turner's Who Should Run the Housing Voucher Program? A Reform Proposal (65%)

161 Residential Mobility and Opportunities: Early Impacts of the Moving to Opportunity Demonstration Program in Chicago (65%)

162 Why Voucher and Certificate Users Live in Distressed Neighborhoods (65%)

163 Comment on James E. Rosenbaum, Linda K. Stroh, and Cathy A. Flynn's "Lake Parc Place: A Study of Mixed-Income Housing" (2) (65%)

164 The Case for a Right to Housing (65%)

165 The Housing Conditions of Immigrants in New York City (65%)

166 Reinventing Housing in Pittsburgh: A Former CDC Director Becomes Mayor (65%)

167 Welfare Reform in the United States: A Background Paper (65%)

168 Is Mixed-Income Housing the Key? (65%)

169 Housing to 2001: Can Britain Do Better? (65%)

170 Federalism and Suitable Housing for the Frail Elderly: A Comparison of Policies in Canada and the United States (65%)

171 Long-Term Care Reform and the Role of Housing Finance (65%)

172 Healthy Housing, Healthy Families: Toward a National Agenda for Affordable Healthy Homes (65%)

173 Using the Housing Credit for Supportive Housing: An Assessment of 2005 State Policies (65%)

174 Housing and Public Safety (64%)

175 Poor Health: Adding Insult to Injury for HOPE VI Families (64%)

176 Washington, D.C.'s First-Time Home-Buyer Tax Credit: An Assessment of the Program (64%)

177 Raising Public Awareness of Affordable Housing (64%)

178 A Diamond in the Rough: the Remarkable Success of HUD's FSS Program (64%)

179 Memo To Members: 8.19 5/9/03 (64%)
180 Essential Function Bonds: An Emerging Tool for Affordable Housing Finance (64%)

181 Memo To Members (64%)
182 The Daily Message (64%)

183 Vocationalizing the Home Front: Promising Practices in Place-Based Employment (64%)

184 The Role of Neighborhood Social Networks in Scattered-Site Public Housing Residents' Search for Jobs (64%)

185 Urban Infill Housing: Myth and Fact (64%)
186 Planned Abandonment: The Neighborhood Life-Cycle Theory and National Urban Policy (64%)

187 Comment on Chester Hartman's ''The Case for a Right to Housing'': Housing Is a Right? Wrong! (64%)

188 Forum Summary (64%)

189 From Dependency to Self - Sufficiency: An Appraisal of the Gateway Transitional Families Program (64%)

190 Moving Up Versus Moving Out: Neighborhood Effects in Housing Mobility Programs (64%)

191 The Challenge of Our Declining Big Cities (64%)

192 Public Housing Redevelopment: Seven Kinds of Success (64%)

193 Market Factors Affecting Spatial Heterogeneity Among Urban Neighborhoods (64%)

194 Nonprofit Housing Development: Status, Trends, and Prospects (64%)

195 Homelessness Old and and New: The Matter of Definition (64%)

196 Policy Directions Concerning Racial Discrimination in U.S. Housing Markets (64%)

197 Racial/Ethnic Differences in Utilization of Section 8 Existing Rental Vouchers and Certificates (64%)

198 State of Mexico's Housing (64%)

199 The New Orleans Index Anniversary Edition: Three Years after Katrina (63%)

200 Expert Chat: Implementing the Violence Against Women Act in Public and Section 8 Housing (PowerPoint Presentation) (63%)

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