LibrosOctubre 2017Jonathan Barnett and Brian W. Blaesser
“Many writers have identified the deficiencies in traditional zoning and regulatory frameworks in the United States, but Jonathan Barnett and Brian Blasser offer solutions that tweak and bend...
This book develops a science of global cities to prepare for the coming expansion of the planet's population and questions the main tenets of the Containment Paradigm. It provides planners and...
Density and Neighborhood FormLibrosDiciembre 2012
“An abundance of books champion the cause of compact form. But one is hard-pressed to ferret out a better effort at distilling its essentials than Made for Walking.” — Martin...
“Students and others looking for a place to start often ask, ‘If I could read just one book about xxxx, which would you suggest?’ When it comes to cities, I have a new favorite. It...
Affordable Housing, Social Inclusion, and Land Value RecaptureLibrosJulio 2010Edited by Nico Calavita and Alan Mallach
“Countries around the world are looking for innovative ways to deal with growing problems of housing need and social exclusion. With its international perspective on inclusionary housing, this...
LibrosMayo 2010Edited by John Emmeus Davis
“The immensely damaging U.S. housing bubble, which was built on speculation, burst suddenly, with disastrous results not just for our national economy, but for individual homeowners and renters...
Risk, Regulation, and PolicyLibrosMayo 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...
Next CityEnero 21, 2020El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
Influential Minneapolis Policy Shift Links Affordability, EquityRevista Land LinesEnero 2020By Kathleen McCormick, January 16, 2020
With the arrival of 2020, Minneapolis becomes the first major U.S. city to implement a ban on single-family zoning in every neighborhood. For decades, single-family zoning had locked up nearly three-...
Washington, DC's Ambitious Plan to Distribute Affordable Housing More EquitablyRevista Land LinesEnero 2020By Liz Farmer, January 15, 2020
About half of the nearly 52,000 affordable housing units in Washington, DC, are located in the city’s poorest neighborhoods. A forward-looking housing plan aims to redraw that map.