Links and Collected Research

Articles, Etc (top picks highlighted in blue)

Homeownership

  • Adams, K. D. (2008). Homeownership: American dream or Illusion of Empowerment. SCL Rev., 60, 573.

  • Banzhaf, H. S., Mickey, R., & Patrick, C. E. (2019). Age-Based Property Tax Exemptions (No. w25468). National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Dean, J. P. (1945). Homeownership: Is It Sound?. Harper.

  • Dietz, R. D., & Haurin, D. R. (2003). The Social and Private Micro-Level Consequences of Homeownership. Journal of urban Economics, 54(3), 401-450.

  • Fishback, P. V., Rose, J., Snowden, K. A., & Storrs, T. (2021). New Evidence on Redlining by Federal Housing Programs in the 1930s (No. w29244). National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Fischer, W., & Sard, B. (2017). Chart book: Federal Housing Spending is Poorly Matched to Need. Washington, DC: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. March, 8.

  • Hightower, C., & Fraser, J. C. (2020). The Raced–Space of Gentrification:“Reverse Blockbusting,” Home Selling, and Neighborhood Remake in North Nashville. City & Community, 19(1), 223-244.

  • Imbroscio, D. (2021). Rethinking exclusionary zoning or: how I stopped worrying and learned to love it. Urban affairs review, 57(1), 214-251.

  • Kemeny, J. (1983). The Great Australian Nightmare: A Critique of the Home-Ownership Ideology. Melbourne: Georgian House.

  • Rohe, W. M., & Lindblad, M. (2013). Reexamining the Social Benefits of Homeownership After the Housing Crisis. Boston: Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University.

  • Rohe, W. M., Van Zandt, S., & McCarthy, G. (2013). The Social Benefits and Costs of Homeownership: A Critical Assessment of the Research. The Affordable Housing Reader, 40, 00-01.

  • Schwartz, M., & Wilson, E. (2008). Who Can Afford to Live in a Home?: A look at data from the 2006 American Community Survey. US Census Bureau.

  • Sinai, T., & Souleles, N. S. (2005). Owner-Occupied Housing as a Hedge Against Rent Risk. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 120(2), 763-789.

  • Stern, S. M. (2011). Reassessing the Citizen Virtues of Homeownership. Colum. L. Rev., 111, 890.

  • Voigtländer, M. (2014). The Stability of the German Housing Market. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 29(4), 583-594.

  • Watkins, G. (2007). The Great Australian Housing Nightmare. AQ: Australian Quarterly, 79(4), 14-40. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/20638492

Housing Supply

  • Austin, Algernon. Affordable Housing For All. Demos.

  • Barron, K., Kung, E., & Proserpio, D. (2018). The Sharing Economy and Housing Affordability: Evidence from Airbnb.

  • Been, V., Ellen, I. G., & O’Regan, K. (2019). Supply Skepticism: Housing Supply and Affordability. Housing Policy Debate, 29(1), 25-40.

  • Brown, A., Mukhija, V., & Shoup, D. (2017). Converting Garages into Housing. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X17741965.

  • Diller, P. A., & Sullivan, E. J. (2018). The Challenge of Housing Affordability in Oregon: Facts, Tools, and Outcomes.

  • Freeman, L., & Schuetz, J. (2017). Producing Affordable Housing in Rising Markets: What Works?. Cityscape, 19(1), 217-236.

  • Gilbert, A. (2016). Rental housing: The International Experience. Habitat International, 54, 173-181.

  • Glaeser, E., & Gyourko, J. (2018). The Economic Implications of Housing Supply. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 32(1), 3-30.

  • Glaeser, E. L., Gyourko, J., & Saiz, A. (2008). Housing Supply and Housing Bubbles. Journal of urban Economics, 64(2), 198-217.

  • Gyourko, J., & Molloy, R. (2015). Regulation and Housing Supply. In Handbook of regional and urban economics (Vol. 5, pp. 1289-1337). Elsevier.

  • Jakabovics, A., Ross, L. M., Simpson, M., & Spotts, M. (2014). Bending the Cost Curve: Solutions to Expand the Supply of Affordable Rentals. Urban Land Institute.

  • Lecture, J. T. D. (2000). The US Homebuilding Industry: A Half-Century of Building the American Dream.

  • Madden, D., & Marcuse, P. (2016). In Defense of Housing. The politics of crisis.

  • Manville, M. (2021). Value Capture Reconsidered: What if LA was Actually Building Too Little?.

  • Morrow, G. (2013). The Homeowner Revolution: Democracy, Land Use and the Los Angeles Slow-Growth Movement, 1965–1992. University of California, Los Angeles.

  • Murray, C., & Schuetz, J. (2019). Is California’s Apartment Market Broken?.

  • Neutze, Max. The Suburban Apartment Boom: Case Study of a Land Use Problem. Routledge, 1968.

  • Palmer, A. (2019). Strategies for Sustainable Growth in Community Land Trusts.

  • Saberi, M., Wu, H., Amoh-Gyimah, R., Smith, J., & Arunachalam, D. (2017). Measuring Housing and Transportation Affordability: A Case Study of Melbourne, Australia. Journal of transport geography, 65, 134-146.

  • Voigtländer, M. (2014). The Stability of the German Housing Market. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 29(4), 583-594.

  • Wachter, S., & Acolin, A. (2016). Owning or Renting in the US: Shifting Dynamics of the Housing Market. Penn IUR Brief (Philadelphia, PA: Penn Institute for Urban Research.

  • Zapatka, K., & Beck, B. (2020). Does Demand Lead supply? Gentrifiers and Developers in the Sequence of Gentrification, New York City 2009–2016. Urban Studies, 0042098020940596.

  • Zuk, M., & Chapple, K. (2016). Housing Production, Filtering and Displacement: Untangling the Relationships.

Land Use Regulation

  • Addison, C., Zhang, S., & Coomes, B. (2013). Smart growth and housing affordability: A review of regulatory mechanisms and planning practices. Journal of Planning Literature, 28(3), 215-257.

  • Banzhaf, H. S., & Mangum, K. (2019). Capitalization as a Two-Part Tariff: The Role of Zoning.

  • Brady, M. E. (2020). Turning Neighbors into Nuisances. Harv. L. Rev., 134, 1609.

  • Dain, A. (2005). Residential land-use regulation in eastern Massachusetts. The Pioneer Institute and the Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, December.

  • Dain, Amy. (2019). The State of Zoning for Multi-Family Housing in Greater Boston

  • Dain, Amy. (2018) The State of Zoning for Accessory Dwelling Units.

  • Diller, P. A., & Sullivan, E. J. (2018). The Challenge of Housing Affordability in Oregon: Facts, Tools, and Outcomes.

  • Einstein, K. L., Palmer, M., & Glick, D. M. (2019). Who Participates in Local Government? Evidence from Meeting Minutes. Perspectives on Politics, 17(1), 28-46.

  • Furman, J. (2015). Barriers to Shared Growth: The Case of Land Use Regulation and Economic Rents. Remarks at the Urban Institute.

  • Gabbe, C. J., Manville, M., & Osman, T. (2020). The Opportunity Cost of Parking Requirements: Would Silicon Valley Be Richer if its Parking Requirements Were Lower?.

  • Glaeser, E. L., Gyourko, J., & Saks, R. (2005). Why is Manhattan so expensive? Regulation and the rise in housing prices. The Journal of Law and Economics, 48(2), 331-369.

  • Glaeser, E. L., & Ward, B. A. (2009). The Causes and Consequences of Land Use Regulation: Evidence from Greater Boston. Journal of Urban Economics, 65(3), 265-278.

  • Glaeser, E. L., & Gyourko, J. (2002). The Impact of Zoning on Housing Affordability (No. w8835). National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Glaeser, E. L., & Kahn, M. E. (2010). The Greenness of Cities: Carbon Dioxide Emissions and Urban Development. Journal of urban economics, 67(3), 404-418.

  • Gottlieb, J. D. (2018). How Minimum Zoning Mandates Can Improve Housing Markets and Expand Opportunity. The Aspen Institute, Economic Strategy Group, Washington, DC.

  • Gyourko, J., & Molloy, R. (2015). Regulation and Housing Supply. In Handbook of regional and urban economics (Vol. 5, pp. 1289-1337). Elsevier.

  • Gyourko, J., Saiz, A., & Summers, A. (2008). A New Measure of the Local Regulatory environment for housing markets: The Wharton Residential Land Use Regulatory Index. Urban Studies, 45(3), 693-729.

  • Gyourko, Hartley, Krimmel The Local Residential Land Use Regulatory Environment Across US Housing Markets: Evidence from a New Wharton Index 2019

  • Gyourko, J., & Krimmel, J. (2021). The Impact of Local Residential Land Use Restrictions on Land Values Across and Within Single Family Housing Markets. Journal of Urban Economics, 103374.

  • Hernandez, J. (2018). California Environmental Quality Act Lawsuits and California's Housing Crisis. Hastings Envt'l LJ, 24, 21.

  • Hess, D. B., & Rehler, J. (2021). Minus Minimums: Development Response to the Removal of Minimum Parking Requirements in Buffalo (NY). Journal of the American Planning Association, 1-13.

  • Hirt, S. (2007). The Devil is in the Definitions: Contrasting American and German Approaches to Zoning. Journal of the American Planning Association, 73(4), 436-450.

  • Japan International Cooperation Agency, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (2007). Urban Land Use Planning System in Japan.

  • Kok, N., Monkkonen, P., & Quigley, J. M. (2014). Land Use Regulations and the Value of Land and Housing: An intra-metropolitan analysis. Journal of Urban Economics, 81, 136-148.

  • Manville, M., & Monkkonen, P. (2021). Unwanted Housing: Localism and Politics of Housing Development. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X21997903.

  • Manville, M., & Osman, T. (2017). Motivations for Growth Revolts: Discretion and Pretext as Sources of Development Conflict. City & Community, 16(1), 66-85.

  • Mahoney, J. D., & Woolhandler, A. (2021). Federal Courts and Takings Litigation. Virginia Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper, (2021-02).

  • Millard-Ball, A. (2021). The Width and Value of Residential Streets. Journal of the American Planning Association, 1-14.

  • Morrow, G. (2013). The Homeowner Revolution: Democracy, Land Use and the Los Angeles Slow-Growth Movement, 1965–1992. University of California, Los Angeles.

  • O’Regan, Katherine M & Zimmerman, Ken. “HUD’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule: A Contribution and Challenge to Equity Planning for Mixed Income Communities.

  • Redburn, K. (2017). Zoned Out: How Zoning Law Undermines Family Law's Functional Turn. Available at SSRN 3109969.

  • Rodríguez-Pose, A., & Storper, M. (2020). Dodging the burden of proof: A Reply to Manville, Lens and Mönkkönen. Urban Studies, 0042098020948793.

  • Shertzer, A., Twinam, T., & Walsh, R. P. (2018). Zoning and the Economic Geography of Cities. Journal of Urban Economics, 105, 20-39.

  • Shertzer, A., Twinam, T., & Walsh, R. P. (2016). Race, Ethnicity, and Discriminatory Zoning. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 8(3), 217-46.

  • Shoup, D. (2008). Graduated Density Zoning. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 28(2), 161-179.

  • Smith, G. P. (2010). Regulating Morality Through the Common Law and Exclusionary Zoning. Cath. UL Rev., 60, 403.

Rent Control/Inclusionary Zoning

  • Been, V., Ellen, I. G., & O’Regan, K. (2019). Supply Skepticism: Housing Supply and Affordability. Housing Policy Debate, 29(1), 25-40.

  • Diamond, R., McQuade, T., & Qian, F. (2018). The Effects of Rent Control Expansion on Tenants, Landlords, and Inequality: Evidence from San Francisco (No. w24181). National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Jacobus, R. (2015). Inclusionary Housing Creating and Maintaining Equitable Communities.

  • Pastor, M., Carter, V., & Abood, M. (2018). Rent Matters: What are the Impacts of Rent Stabilization Measures?. Los Angeles: USC Dornsife Program for Environmental and Regional Equity.

Taxes/Finance

  • Bieri, D. S. (2012). Form Follows Function: On the Interaction Between Real Estate Finance and Urban Spatial Structure. Available at SSRN 2144200.

  • Davidoff, T. (2013). Tax Reform and Sprawl.

  • Grebler, L., Blank, D. M., & Winnick, L. (1956). Capital Formation in Residential Real Estate: Trends and Prospects. NBER Books.

  • Hanchett, T. W. (1996). US Tax Policy and the Shopping-Center Boom of the 1950s and 1960s. The American Historical Review, 101(4), 1082-1110.

  • Kuhn, M., Schularick, M., & Steins, U. I. (2017). The Great American Debt Boom, 1949-2013. Discussion paper, University of Bonn.

  • Leamer, E. E. (2007). Housing is the business cycle (No. w13428). National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Molotch, H. (1976). The City as a Growth Machine: Toward a Political Economy of Place. American journal of sociology, 82(2), 309-332.

  • Poterba, J. (1992). Tax Reform and the Housing Market in the late 1980s: Who Knew What, and When Did They Know it?. In Conference Series;[Proceedings] (Vol. 36, pp. 230-261). Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

  • Ventry, D. J. (2010). The Accidental Deduction: A History and Critique of the Tax Subsidy for Mortgage Interest. Law and Contemporary Problems, 73(1), 233-284.

 

Transportation: Bicycles

  • An, M., & Chen, M. (2007). Estimating Nonmotorized Travel Demand. Transportation Research Record, 2002(1), 18-25.

  • Barnes, G., & Krizek, K. (2005). Estimating Bicycling Demand. Transportation Research Record, 1939(1), 45-51.

  • Bongiorno, C., Santucci, D., Kon, F., Santi, P., & Ratti, C. (2019). Comparing Bicycling and Pedestrian Mobility: Patterns of Non-Motorized Human Mobility in Greater Boston. Journal of transport geography, 80, 102501.

  • Danish Cyclists Federation. Bicycle Parking Manual

  • Eva Heinen & Ralph Buehler (2019): Bicycle parking: a systematic review of scientific literature on parking behaviour, parking preferences, and their influence on cycling and travel behaviour, Transport Reviews, DOI: 10.1080/01441647.2019.1590477

  • Gutiérrez, M., Cantillo, V., Arellana, J., & Ortúzar, J. D. D. (2021). Estimating Bicycle Demand in an Aggressive Environment. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 15(4), 259-272.

  • Pfaffenbichler, P. C., & Brezina, T. (2015, August). Estimating Bicycle Parking Demand With Limited Data Availability. In Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Engineering Sustainability. Thomas Telford Ltd.

  • Xu, J., Zhang, Z., & Rong, J. (2012). The Forecasting Model of Bicycle Parking Demand on Campus Teaching and Office District. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 43, 550-557.

Transportation: Motorized & General

  • Boeing, G. (2019). Urban Spatial order: Street Network Orientation, Configuration, and Entropy. Applied Network Science, 4(1), 67.

  • Bohm, S., Jones, C., Land, C., & Paterson, M. (2006). Against Automobility.

  • Brown, A. E. (2017). Car-Less or car-free? Socioeconomic and Mobility Differences Among Zero-Car Households. Transport Policy, 60, 152-159.

  • Blumenberg, E., Brown, A., & Schouten, A. (2018). Car-Deficit Households: Determinants and Implications for Household Travel in the US. Transportation, 1-23.

  • Blumenberg, E., Brown, A., & Schouten, A. (2018). Auto-Deficit Households: Determinants, Travel Behavior, and the Gender Division of Household Car Use (No. CA18-3138).

  • De Gruyter, C., Truong, L. T., & Taylor, E. J. (2020). Can High Quality Public Transport Support Reduced Car Parking Requirements for New Residential Apartments?. Journal of Transport Geography, 82, 102627.

  • Cervero, R., & Gorham, R. (1995). Commuting in Transit Versus Automobile Neighborhoods. Journal of the American planning Association, 61(2), 210-225.

  • Cervero, R., & Arrington, G. B. (2008). Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking and Travel. Transit Cooperative Research Program Report, 128.

  • Currans, K. M., Abou-Zeid, G., & Iroz-Elardo, N. (2021). Linking Residential Parking to Automobile Transportation Impact Outcomes at a Development Level. Transportation Research Record, 2675(1), 321-331.

  • Dutzik, T., Weissman, G., & Baxandall, P. (2015). Who Pays for Roads? How the “Users Pay” Myth Gets in the Way of Solving America’s Transportation Problems.

  • Franco, S. F. (2020). Parking Prices and Availability, Mode Choice and Urban Form.

  • Gorz, A. (1973). The Social Ideology of the Motorcar. Sitio Reclaim the streets. Internet.

  • Handel, D. (2016). Insights into Multifamily Residential Parking Demand for Madison, WI.

  • Handy, S. (2005). Smart Growth and the Transportation-Land Use Connection: What Does the Research Tell us?. International regional science review, 28(2), 146-167.

  • Johansson, E., & Rosendahl, N. (2021). Replacing Parking with Mobility Services? A Study of Gothenburg’s Flexible Parking Requirements and Work with Mobility Agreements.

  • Kavage, S. E., Moudon, A. V., Mabry, J. E., & Pergakes, N. (2005). Transportation-Efficient Land Use Regulations and Their Application in the Puget Sound Region, Washington. Transportation research record, 1902(1), 44-54.

  • King, D. A., Smart, M. J., & Manville, M. (2019). The Poverty of the Carless: Toward Universal Auto Access. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X18823252.

  • Klein, N. J., & Smart, M. J. (2017). Car Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Ephemeral Car in Low-Income, Immigrant and Minority Families. Transportation, 44(3), 495-510.

  • Klein, N., Tran, M., & Riley, S. (2019). “Desperately in Need of Car”: Analyzing Crowdfunding Campaigns for Car Purchases and Repairs on Gofundme. com.

  • Klotz, E. (2019). The True Cost of Parking: An Exploration of Two Cities' Reform Efforts (Doctoral dissertation, Tufts University).

  • Levine, J., Merlin, L., & Grengs, J. (2016). Accessibility-Based Evaluation of Transportation and Land-Use Planning: From Laboratory to Practice (No. NEXTRANS Project No. 135UMY2. 1).

  • MacKenzie, D., & Cho, H. (2020). Travel Demand and Emissions from Driving Dogs to Dog Parks. Transportation Research Record, 0361198120918870.

  • Manville, M., & Goldman, E. (2018). Would Congestion Pricing Harm the Poor? Do Free Roads Help the Poor?. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 38(3), 329-344.

  • Manville, M. (2017). Travel and the Built Environment: Time for Change. Journal of the American Planning Association, 83(1), 29-32.

  • Manville, M., Taylor, B. D., & Blumenberg, E. (2018). Transit in the 2000s: Where Does It Stand and Where Is It Headed?. Journal of Public Transportation, 21(1), 11.

  • Manville, M. (2013). Parking Requirements and Housing Development: Regulation and Reform in Los Angeles. Journal of the American Planning Association, 79(1), 49-66.

  • Manville, M., & Pinski, M. (2020). Parking Behaviour: Bundled Parking and Travel Behavior in American Cities. Land Use Policy, 91, 103853.

  • McCahill, C. T., Garrick, N., Atkinson-Palombo, C., & Polinski, A. (2016). Effects of Parking Provision on Automobile Use in Cities: Inferring Causality. Transportation Research Record, 2543(1), 159-165.

  • Melia, S., & Clark, B. (2018). What Happens to Travel Behaviour When the Right to Park is Removed?. Transport policy, 72, 242-247.

  • Neill, M. (2017). Cutting Back the Car-Lessons on Reducing Suburban Automobile Dependence from the US & Germany (Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University).

  • Smart, M. J., & Klein, N. J. (2018). Complicating the Story of Location Affordability. Housing Policy Debate, 28(3), 393-410.

  • Stamatiadis, N., King, M., Chellman, R., Kirk, A., Hartman, D., Jasper, J., & Wright, S. (2018). Developing an Expanded Functional Classification System for More Flexibility in Geometric Design (No. NCHRP Project 15-52).

  • Taylor, E. J. (2019). Journey into an Immense Heart of Car Parking. Planning Theory & Practice, 20(3), 448-455.

  • Tchervenkov, C., Balać, M., Hörl, S., Becker, H., & Axhausen, K. W. (2018). How Much Parking Space Can Carsharing Save?. Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs-und Raumplanung, 1374.

  • Thumm, A. J., & Perl, A. (2020). Puzzling Over Parking: Assessing the Transitional Parking Requirement in Vancouver, British Columbia. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 139, 85-101.

  • Tian, G., Park, K., Ewing, R., Watten, M., & Walters, J. (2020). Traffic generated by mixed-use developments—A follow-up 31-region study. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 78, 102205.

  • Tennøy, A., Tønnesen, A., & Gundersen, F. (2019). Effects of Urban Road Capacity Expansion–Experiences From Two Norwegian Cases. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 69, 90-106.

  • Van der Waerden, P., Timmermans, H., & de Bruin-Verhoeven, M. (2017). Car Drivers' Characteristics and the Maximum Walking Distance Between Parking Facility and Final Destination. Journal of transport and land use, 10(1), 1-11.

  • Waller, M. (2005). High Cost or High Opportunity Cost?: Transportation and Family Economic Success (Center on Children & Families# 35). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, Center on Children and Families.

  • Zhang, M. (2004). The Role of Land Use in Travel Mode Choice: Evidence from Boston and Hong Kong. Journal of the American planning association, 70(3), 344-360.

Zoning/Upzoning

  • Hamilton, E. (2019). Inclusionary Zoning Hurts More Than It Helps.

  • Hasegawa, J. (2014). Drafting of the 1968 Japanese city planning law. Planning Perspectives, 29(2), 231-238.

  • Rodríguez-Pose, A., & Storper, M. (2019). Housing, Urban Growth and Inequalities: the Limits to Deregulation and Upzoning in Reducing Economic and Spatial Inequality. Urban Studies.

 

Other

  • Reed Jr, A. (2013, January). Marx, Race, and Neoliberalism. In New Labor Forum (Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 49-57). Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.

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