Risk, Regulation, and PolicyBooksMay 2009Edited by Edward L. Glaeser and John M. Quigley
Based on a 2007 conference to honor the work of Karl “Chip” Case—an economist renowned for his scientific contributions to the economics of housing and public policy and co-creator...
BooksMarch 2005Edited by Chengri Ding and Yan Song
Land and housing policies are of fundamental importance to sustainable economic growth and the well-being of the rapidly growing Chinese population. Therefore, research on land and housing policy...
Through the Roof Confronts Affordable Housing Crisis, Bridges Divide in Policy DebateLand Lines MagazineMarch 2021By Will Jason, March 2, 2021
Faced with a housing crisis that has grown even more urgent under the stress of the COVID pandemic, local U.S. governments need to adopt comprehensive and balanced housing strategies to ensure...
Online LearningMarch 1, 2021
El curso aborda la segregación de la vivienda de los más pobres, los factores que la causan, sus efectos nocivos y las oportunidades que ofrecen las políticas de vivienda social integrada.
What Communities Can Do About the High Cost of Rental Housing in AmericaPolicy Focus ReportsMarch 2021Ingrid Gould Ellen, Jeffrey Lubell, and Mark A. Willis
“Through the Roof is a ray of light in dark times. Housing has always been at the center of economic and racial inequality in our nation, and it must be at the center of creating real...
Videos and MultimediaFebruary 2021Season 2, Episode 2 of the Land Matters podcast with Anthony Flint and Ingrid Gould Ellen
Rising rents are straining family budgets now more than ever, says NYU professor Ingrid Gould Ellen, coauthor of the Lincoln Institute report Through the Roof—and the pandemic has both revealed...
Season 2, Episode 2: Coauthor of Through the Roof on How Housing Can Be More AffordableLand Lines MagazineFebruary 2021By Anthony Flint, February 26, 2021
Early on in Through the Roof: What Communities Can Do About the High Cost of Rental Housing in America, the report’s authors describe the deep roots of the affordability crisis with what they say is...
EventsMarch 18, 2021
This roundtable will provide an opportunity for authors selected for the RFP on Overcoming Barriers to Housing Affordability to present their papers and receive feedback from Lincoln Institute staff and other participants.
Reversing the Downward Trajectory of African American Middle Neighborhoods in Legacy CitiesWorking PapersFebruary 2021
This working paper was developed jointly by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Center for Community Progress. In this paper I examine trends in Black middle neighborhoods in six legacy cities...
Lincoln Institute Launches Accelerating Community InvestmentLand Lines MagazineJanuary 2021By Will Jason, January 27, 2021
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy today launched an initiative to mobilize investment in low-income communities, especially those that have been excluded from access to mainstream financial and...