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  1. Land Lines, Enero 2018

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2018
    Editado por Maureen Clarke

    En este número: la evolución de las casas prefabricadas como una fuente sólida y deseable de viviendas sociales permanentes; desarrollo innovador de relleno; y talleres de absorción de capital que alivian la escasez de viviendas sociales.

  2. America's Middle Neighborhoods

    Setting the Stage for Revival
    Documentos de trabajo
    Noviembre 2018
    Alan Mallach

    In this paper, I attempt to provide a comprehensive framework to encourage thinking about the growing challenges faced by the middle neighborhoods of the nation’s legacy cities and their inner-...

  3. What Drives Neighborhood Revival?

    Qualitative Research Findings from Baltimore and St. Louis
    Documentos de trabajo
    Octubre 2018
    Alan Mallach and Karen Beck Pooley

    We conduct a case study of neighborhood revival in St. Louis and Baltimore, two legacy cities showing both significant signs of revival along with persistent poverty and neighborhood distress....

  4. City Tech

    Precision-Mapping Water in the Desert
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Rob Walker, December 14, 2018

    Officials are assessing how precision mapping tools—first developed to understand pollution in the Chesapeake Bay—can help manage drought and, yes, flooding in Arizona’s desert...

  5. Colorado River Water

    The Shift from Farms to Cities
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Allen Best

    Until recent decades, agriculture was the main driver of development along the Colorado River. But with population growth, water use has shifted to urban needs, with implications for water-sharing...

  6. Hydraulic Empire

    Sharing a Legacy, Carving a Future for the Colorado River
    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Allen Best

    In its sheer complexity, the Colorado stands out among the rivers of America, and probably the world. Explore the twists and turns of this 1,450-mile waterway, which lead from the snowy mountains of...

  7. How Auctioning Building Rights Can Help Fund Infrastructure and Affordable Housing

    Revista Land Lines
    Diciembre 2018
    By Will Jason, December 14, 2018

    As U.S. cities struggle to provide adequate infrastructure and affordable housing, many are underutilizing one of their greatest assets: the land on which they sit. They can look to an unlikely place...

  8. Movilidad cotidiana y cambios en la geografía de oportunidades en la ciudad de Santiago

    ¿Qué ha pasado con las familias que viven mal localizadas?
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2018
    Joaquín Prieto y Isabel Brain

    Este estudio describe los cambios en los patrones de movilidad cotidiana de las familias de bajos ingresos que residen en comunas de precio de suelo bajo en la ciudad de Santiago, Chile en la...

  9. The 2010 Universe of Cities

    A New Perspective on Global Urbanization
    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2018
    Nicolás Galarza Sánchez, Yang Liu, and Shlomo Angel
    with Alejandro M. Blei, Achilles Kallergis, Patrick Lamson-Hall, Maria Mónica Salazar, Daniel L. Civco, and Jason Parent

    Using a number of data sources, scholars at New York University and the University of Connecticut, in partnership with UN-Habitat and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, and in collaboration with...

  10. The Shape Compactness of Urban Extents

    Documentos de trabajo
    Septiembre 2018
    Shlomo Angel, Sara Arango Franco, Yang Liu, Alejandro M. Blei, and Xinyue Zhang

    The shape compactness of urban extents matters, just like urban density matters. Other things being equal, both metrics determine the average travel distances in cities, and hence their energy...


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