Work in Progress
Interacting with Information about Higher Education in Urban Schools. Under review.
Urban Public Health and the Challenges of Policy Implementation. Under review.
Housing Affordability and Hardship. With Colin Campbell. Revise and resubmit. [paper]
U.S. Rental Housing Affordability. [paper]
Estimating the Effects of Public Housing on Intergenerational Mobility.
Preservation Planning: Redeveloping Public and Affordable Housing. (2020). Journal of Planning Education and Research doi: 10.1177/0739456X20925162.
Resilience Resistance: The Challenges and Implications of Urban Resilience Implementation. (2020). Cities doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2020.102763.
Just Smart or Just and Smart Cities? Assessing the Literature on Housing and Information and Communication Technology. (2020). With Sumeeta Srinivasan. Housing Policy Debate doi: 10.1080/10511482.2020.1719181.
Balancing Act: The Effects of Race and Poverty on LIHTC Development in Boston. (2020). With Hannah Cross. Housing Studies 35(7): 1269-1284.
Broken Promises or Selective Memory Planning? A National Picture of HOPE VI Plans and Realities. (2018). With Lawrence J. Vale and Nicholas Kelly. Housing Policy Debate 28(5): 746-769.
An Introduction to Household Economic Instability and Social Policy. (2017). With Heather D. Hill, Jennifer Romich, Marybeth J. Mattingly, and Hilary Wething. Social Service Review 91(3): 371-389.
Lease It or Lose It? The Implications of New York’s Land Lease Initiative for Public Housing Preservation. (2017). With Lawrence J. Vale. Urban Studies 54(1): 137-157.
Hoping for More: Redeveloping U.S. Public Housing without Marginalizing Low-Income Residents? (2017). With Lawrence J. Vale. Housing Studies 32(2): 225-244.
Built Environment and Walking to School: Findings from a Student Travel Behavior Survey in Massachusetts. (2017). With Kate Ito, Timothy G. Reardon, Mariana C. Arcaya, David M. Gute, and Sumeeta Srinivasan. Transportation Research Record 2666: 78-84.
All Mixed Up: Making Sense of Mixed-Income Housing Developments. (2017). With Lawrence J. Vale. (2017). Journal of the American Planning Association 83(1): 56-67.
Berkeley or Bust: Estimating the Causal Effect of College Selectivity on Degree Completion. (2016). Research in Higher Education 57(7): 795-822.
Taken Out of Context: Piecing Together College Guidance Information in Urban High Schools. (2016). The Urban Review 48(1): 101-122.
What Affordable Housing Should Afford: Housing for Resilient Cities. (2014). With Lawrence J. Vale, Annemarie Gray, and Kassie Bertumen. Cityscape 16(2): 21-50.
Tsunami + 10: Housing Banda Aceh After Disaster. (2014). With Lawrence J. Vale and Kian Goh. Places Journal December.
A Call for Organizing: The Rise of the Garment and Mobile Phone Industries in Bangladesh. (2009). Critical Planning 16: 186-204.
The Transition to Asset Management in Public Housing. (2007). With Meena S. Bavan. Cityscape 9(2): 185-192.
Have Community, Will Travel: Ethnic-Based Community Development Corporations Reflect the Changing Face of Contemporary America. (2007). Shelterforce 29(4): 32-35.
Mix and Match: A Framework for Understanding Mixed-Income Outcomes. (2020). In The Future of Affordable Housing: Design and Planning, edited by Sasha Tsenkova. Calgary: University of Calgary.
Holding on to HOPE: Assessing Redevelopment of Boston’s Orchard Park Public Housing Project. (2017). With Lawrence J. Vale. In Social Housing and Urban Renewal: A Cross-National Perspective, edited by Paul Watt and Peer Smets, 37-68. West Yorkshire: Emerald Publishing.
Housing in America: An Introduction. (2020). Housing and Society doi: 10.1080/08882746.2020.1800303.
A Review of Brown in Baltimore: School Desegregation and the Limits of Liberalism. (2012). Journal of the American Planning Association 78(4): 10.
Book Review: Not in My Neighborhood: How Bigotry Shaped a Great American City. (2011). Journal of Planning Education and Research 31(3): 358-359.
How Reimagining Public Housing with Greater Development Can Benefit Low Income Residents. (2017). London School of Economics. US Centre on Politics and Policy.
Mixed Income Public Housing: Mixed Outcomes, Mixed-Up Concept. (2015). With Lawrence J. Vale. The Conversation January.
The Technology to Advance Equal Financial Opportunity: How Emerging Technology Can Provide Financial Services to Underserved Communities. (2014). With Louise H. Yeung and J. Phillip Thompson. Cambridge, MA: Community Strategies Lab.
The Effects of the Budget-based Approach to Housing Choice Vouchers. (2006). Report to the United States Congress. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.