Work in progress
Interacting with Information about Higher Education in Urban Schools.
U.S. Rental Housing Affordability. [paper]
Estimating the Effects of Public Housing on Intergenerational Mobility.
Housing Cost Burden, Material Hardship, and Well-Being. (2021). With Colin Campbell. Housing Policy Debate doi: 10.1080/10511482.2021.1882532.
Weather or Not: Tracking Hurricanes and Changes to Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Plans. (2021). With Ginger Leib. Housing Policy Debate doi: 10.1080/10511482.2021.1919909.
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.