Articles and Publications Jump to: Articles Books Papers Reports Websites Article 2012 James H. Carr, "Lessons Offered But Not (Necessarily) Learned ...From The Collapse Of The Housing Market And Near Implosion Of The U.S. Financial System," Vital Speeches of the Day, Volume LXXVIII No. 12, December 2012, 397-401. Nikole Hannah-Jones, "Living Apart: How the Government Betrayed a Landmark Civil Rights Law," ProPublica, October 29, 2012. 2011 Jim Capraro, "It's the economy, stupid!—A lesson in six chapters," Chicago, IL: Institute for Comprehensive Community Development, December 29, 2011. 2010 Karl E. Case, "Housing, Land, and the Economic Crisis," Cambridge, MA : Land Lines, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, January 2010. 2009 Joyce Madell, "CDCs and the Myth of the Organizing-Development Dialectic," COMM-ORG: The On-Line Conference on Community Organizing, volume 15, 2009. Joseph Schilling, "Code Enforcement and Community Stabilization: The Forgotten First Responders to Vacant and Foreclosed Homes," Albany Government Law Review, volume 2, Albany, NY: 2009. 2007 Steve Steel, "LISC and the Revisioning of Toledo," Toledo City Paper, November 28, 2007. 2006 Lisa Chamberlain, "Luring Business Developers into Low-Income Areas: Housing Tax Credits Successfully Created Homes; a Commercial Version Is Doing the Same for Jobs," New York Times, New York, NY: January 25, 2006. Bart Harvey, "A Decent Home and Suitable Living Environment for All Americans: Rhetoric or Legitimate Goal," The John T. Dunlop Lecture With Bart Harvey, Cambridge, MA : Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, October 3, 2006. Nelson Merced and Melvyn Colon, "NWO’S as Institutions For Asset Building," Monthly Perspective, Waltham, MA: Institute on Assets and Social Policy, Brandeis University, March 2006. 2005 G. William Domhoff, "The Ford Foundation in the Inner City: Forging an Alliance with Neighborhood Activists," WhoRulesAmerica.net, Santa Cruz, CA: September 2005. Alyssa Katz, "Inclusionary Zoning’s Big Moment," City Limits Monthly, 2005. Neil Peirce, "Eminent Domain: A fair middle path?," Stateline.org, November 1, 2005. Randy Stoecker, "The Last Line of Defense," Shelterforce Online, issue 143, 2005. 2003 Aaron Bernstein, Christopher Palmeri and Roger O. Crockett, "An Inner-City Renaissance," Business Week, October 27, 2003, pages 64-66, 68. Bill Lennertz and Aarin Lutzenhiser, "Charrettes 101: Dynamic Planning for Community Change," Building Blocks, volume 4, number 1, 2003. Arthur C. Nelson and FAICP, "Top Ten State and Local Strategies to Increase Affordable Housing Supply," Housing Facts & Findings, volume 5, number 1, 2003. 2002 Jane Knitzer and Fida Adely, "It Takes a CDC," Shelterforce Online, issue 123, 2002. Robert Zdenek and Carol Steinbach, "Built to Last," Shelterforce Online, issue 123, 2002. 1998 Manuel Pastor, Jr. , Peter Dreier, Eugene Grigsby III and Marta López-Garza , "Growing Together: Linking Regional and Community Development in a Changing Economy," Shelterforce Online, 1998. 1997 Randy Stoecker, "The CDC Model of Urban Redevelopment: A Critique and an Alternative," Journal of Urban Affairs, volume 19, number 1, pages 1-22, 1997. n/a Avis Vidal and W. Dennis Keating, "“Community Development” Current Issues and Emerging Challenges," Journal of Urban Affairs, volume 26, number 2, pages 125-257, Book 2004 Mary Brooks, Winning at the Local Level: 5 Housing Trust Fund Campaigns Tell Their Stories, Frazier Park, CA: Center for Community Change, 2004. Mitchell Sviridoff, Editor, The Trials and Errors that Shaped the Modern Community Development Corporation, New York, NY: New School University, Community Development Research Center, 2004. 2003 Andy Mott, Moving to Scale in Improving America’s Housing, Washington, DC: Center for Community Change, 2003. 2002 Mary Brooks, Housing Trust Fund Progress Report 2002, Frazier Park, CA: Center for Community Change, 2002. 2001 Barbara Abell, Overcoming Obstacles to CDC Supermarket Development, A Guide, Washington, DC: NCCED, 2001. 2000 Maureen Conway and Marshall Bear, Asian Neighborhood Design: A Case Study of a Sectoral Employment Development Approach, Washington, DC: The Aspen Institute, June 2000. Paul Grogan and Tony Proscio, Comeback Cities: A Blueprint for Urban Neighborhood Renewal, Boulder, CO: Westview, 2000. 1999 Andrew Cuomo, New Markets: the Untapped Retail Buying Power in America’s Inner Cities, Washington, DC: HUD, July 1999. Ronald F. Ferguson and William T. Dickens, editors, Urban Problems and Community Development, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1999. National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), Coming of Age, Washington, DC: NCCED, 1999. 1998 Barbara Abell, Supermarket Development: CDC's and Inner City Economic Development, Washington, DC: NCCED, 1998. 1997 John Atlas and Ellen Shoshkes, Saving Affordable Housing: What Community Groups Can Do & What Government Should Do, Montclair, NJ: National Housing Institute, 1997. Paper 2012 James H. Carr and Katrin B. Anacker, "Long Term Social Impacts and Financial Costs of Foreclosure on Families and Communities of Color: A Review of the Literature," Washington, DC: NCRC, October 2012. Allison Freeman and Janneke Ratcliffe, "Setting the Record Straight on Affordable Homeownership," Chapel Hill, NC: UNC Center for Community Capital, May 2012. Dan Immergluck, Yun Sang Lee and Patrick Terranova, "Local Vacant Property Registration Ordinances in the U.S. An Analysis of Growth, Regional Trends, and Some Key Characteristics," Center for Community Progress, August 2012. Jennifer Medina, Jennifer Brooks and Rick Haughey, "Integrating Financial Empowerment Strategies into Housing and Homelessness Prevention Programs," Washington, DC: CFED, August 2012. Margery Austin Turner, Austin Nichols, Jennifer Comey, Kaitlin Franks and David Price, "Benefits of Living in High-Opportunity Neighborhoods Insights from the Moving to Opportunity Demonstration," Urban Institute , September 2012. Chris Walker and Dana Huff, "Expanding Financial Opportunity: LISC’s Experience With Scaling Up Financial Opportunity Centers," Washington, DC: LISC, November 2012. Laura Williams , "An Annual Look at the Housing Affordability Challenges of America's Working Households," Washington, DC: Center for Housing Policy and National Housing Conference, February 2012. 2011 Danielle Arigoni, "Affordable Housing and Smart Growth: Making the Connection," Washington, DC: National Neighborhood Coalition, 2011. Nina Dastur, et al., "Model Approaches to Providing Homes for Extremely Low Income Households," Washington, DC: Center for Community Change, June 2011. Jeffrey Lubell and Reid Cramer, "Taking Asset Building and Earnings Incentives to Scale in HUD-Assisted Rental Housing," Washington, DC: New America Foundation, July 2011. Dee Walsh and Robert Zdenek, "The New Way Forward: Using Collaborations and Partnerships for Greater Efficiency and Impact," San Francisco, CA: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Center for Community Development Investments, January 2011. 2010 Alan Mallach, "Facing the Urban Challenge: The Federal Government and America's Older Distressed Cities," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, Metropolitan Policy Program, May 2010. 2009 Paul Brophy, "Re-Engineering the Community Development Housing Sector for Increased Effectiveness and Long-Term Sustainability," Living Cities, Washington, DC: September 2009. Rose Lindsay Finkenstaedt, "Organizational Capital: A New Approach to Lending in Nonprofit Affordable Housing," Washington, DC: NeighborWorks America, November 1, 2009. Alan Mallach, "Managing Neighborhood Change: A Framework for Sustainable and Equitable Revitalization," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, February 2009. Alan Mallach, "Stabilizing Communities: A Federal Response to the Secondary Impacts of the Foreclosure Crisis," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, February 2009. Kevin McQueen, "Living Cities Foreclosure Mitigation Initiative," Living Cities, New York, NY: February 2009. Douglas Rice and Barbara Sard, "Decade of Neglect has Weakened Federal Low-Income Housing Programs: New Resources Required to Meet Growing Needs," Washington, DC: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, February 2009. 2008 Alan Mallach, "How to Spend $3.92 Billion: Stabilizing Neighborhoods by Addressing Foreclosed and Abandoned Properties," Philadelphia, PA: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, October 2008. 2007 Emily Felt, "Patching the Fabric of the Neighborhood: The Practical Challenges of Infill Housing Development for CDCs," Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC: Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University and NeighborWorks America, April 2007. Bruce Katz and Margery Austin Turner, "Rethinking U.S. Rental Housing Policy, RR-07," Cambridge, MA : Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University, March 2007. Margery Austin Turner, Mark Wooley, G. Thomas Kingsley, Susan J. Popkin, Diane Levy and Elizabeth Cove, "Severely Distressed Public Housing: The Costs of Inaction," Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, March 2007. 2006 Alan Berube and Elizabeth Kneebone, "Two Steps Back: City and Suburban Poverty Trends, 1999–2005, Living Cities Census Series," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, December 2006. Gordon Davis , Jaime Bordenave, Richard A. Hanson, Richard Shields and Roger Williams, "Affordable Housing in the United States --- Some Optimistic Approaches," Vancouver, Canada: World Urban Forum III, June 19-23, 2006. Rolf Pendall, Robert Puentes and Jonathan Martin, "From Traditional to Reformed: A Review of the Land Use Regulations in the Nation’s 50 Largest Metropolitan Areas," Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, Metropolitan Policy Program, August 2006. Tony Proscio, "Food, Markets, and Healthy Communities," New York, NY: Local Initiatives Support Corporation, January 2006. Ann L. Silverman, "Community Controlled Housing for Massachusetts: Securing Affordability for the Long Term," Oakland, CA: Policylink, August 2006. 2005 Alan Berube and Bruce Katz, "Katrina’s Window: Confronting Concentrated Poverty Across America," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution (Metropolitan Policy Program), October 2005. Kelly Hill and Colette Pozzo, "Managing Neighborhood Change: Best Practices for Communities Undergoing Gentrification," Washington, DC: NeighborWorks America, April 20, 2005. National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), "40 Strokes of the Pen: Recommendations … for policymakers who are ready to get down to the serious business of creating exceptional communities," Washington, DC: NCCED, March 2005. Philip Nyden, Nathan Benefield and Maureen Hellwig, "Who Is Listening to Local Communities? Connections between Chicago Region Community-Based Organizations and Regional, State, and National Policy Initiatives," Chicago, IL: Center for Urban Research and Learning, Loyola University Chicago, December 2005. Henry O. Pollakowski, et al., "Effects of Mixed-Income, Multi-Family Rental Housing Developments On Single-Family Housing Values," Boston, MA: MIT Center for Real Estate, April 2005. Chris Walker, "Smart Strategies for Community Development in the 21st Century," Washington, DC: Urban Institute, 2005. 2003 William T. Bogart, "Civic Infrastructure and the Financing of Community Development," Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy, May 2003. Paul C. Brophy and Kim Burnett, "Building a Framework for Community Development in Weak Market Cities," Denver, CO: Community Development Partnership Network, April 2003. Matias Sendoa Echanove, "Bed-Stuy on the Move: Demographic Trends & Economic Development in the heart of Brooklyn, Master Thesis, advisor Prof. Susan Fairstein," New York, NY: Columbia University, Urban Planning Program, 2003. Shannon Rebholz, "Community Development Corporations: Opportunities and Barriers in Arts-Led Economic Development," Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies, Thesis #4, 2003. 2002 Cynthia Stewart and Alexis Morris, "Development in Underserved Retail Markets," New York, NY and San Francisco, CA: International Council of Shopping Centers and Business for Social Responsibility, July 2002. 1997 Lee Winkelman and Edited by Randy Stoecker, "Massachusetts Community Development Corporations and Community Organizing," Toledo, OH: COMM-ORG: The On-line Conference on Community Organizing and Development, December 1997. Report 2012 Karen Black, Collective Strength: The $3.3 Billion Impact of Philadelphia Community Development Corporations, Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia Associations of Community Development Corporations, December 2012. Debbie Bocian, Delvin Davis,, Sonia Garrison and Bill Sermons, The State of Lending in America & its Impact on U.S. Households, Center for Responsible Lending, December 2012. Holly Denniston, Bradley Goran and Leigh Wilson, Housing Credit Policies in 2012 that Promote Supportive Housing, New York, NY: Corporation for Supportive Housing , 2012. Robin LeBaron, Real Homes, Real Value: Challenges, Issues and Recommendations Concerning Real Property Appraisals of Manufactured Homes, Washington, DC: CFED, December 2012. Gary Painter and Zhou Yu, Caught in the Housing Bubble: Immigrants’ housing outcomes in traditional gateways and newly emerging destinations, USC Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, November 2012. 2010 National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations, Rising Above: Community Economic Development in a Changing Landscape, Washington, DC: National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations, June 2010. Sarah Treuhaft et al., When Investors Buy Up the Neighborhood: Preventing Investor Ownership from Causing Neighborhood Decline, St. Paul, MN, Oakland, CA, and Minneapolis, MN: Northwest Area Foundation, PolicyLink, and Family Housing Fund, April 2010. Chris Walker, Affordable Housing for Families and Neighborhoods: The Value of Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in New York City, Columbia, MD and Washington, DC: Enterprise Community Partners and Local Initiatives Support Corporation, June 2010. 2009 Harris Beider, et al., Community Revitalization in the United States and United Kingdom, Coventry, UK and Washington, DC: Institute of Community Cohesion and Urban Institute, January 2009. Alexandra DeGenova, et al, On the Ground: 40B Developments Before and After, Boston, MA: Tufts University, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, May 2009. National Low Income Housing Coalition, 2009 Advocates’ Guide to Housing & Community Development Policy, Washington, DC: National Low Income Housing Coalition, 2009. 2008 Jennifer Duncan and Stephanie DeMoss, Shelter Report 2008: Building a secure future through effective land policy, Americus, GA: Habitat for Humanity, September 2008. Alan Mallach, Building A Better Urban Future: New Directions for Housing Policies in Weak Market Cities, Montclair, NJ: National Housing Institute, April 2008. Dustin C. Read, Inclusionary Zoning: A Framework for Assessing the Advantages and Disadvantages, Charlotte, NC: Homes for Working Families, the Center for Real Estate at UNC Charlotte, Center for Metropolitan Studies, May 2008. Mark Carl Rom, What’s Happening To The Neighborhood, Washington, DC: National Neighborhood Coalition, 2008. 2007 Rachel Swierzewski, Rural Philanthropy: Building Dialogue From Within, Washington, DC: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, revised edition, August 2007. James Tassos, How States are Using the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit to Advance Healthy, Efficient and Environmentally Sound Homes, Columbia, MD: Enterprise Community Partners, 2007. 2006 Patrick M. Costigan and Leo V. Quigley, Resident Success in Economically Integrated, Socially Diverse Housing: A Practitioner’s Guide Prepared for the Ford Foundation Mixed-Income/Mixed-Race Housing Initiative, Boston, MA: The Community Builders, January 2006. Frances Ferguson, Larry Buron, Jill Khadduri and Judy Weber, Seven Strategies for Successfully Marketing and Stabilizing the Occupancy of Mixed-Income/Mixed-Race Properties: Summary Report, Washington, DC: NeighborWorks America, June 2006. Jill Khadduri, Larry Buron and Carissa Climaco, Are States Using the Low Income Housing Tax Credit to Enable Families with Children to Live in Low Poverty and Racially Integrated Neighborhoods?, Cambridge, MA : Abt Associates, July 28, 2006. Anita Miller and Tom Burns, Going Comprehensive: Anatomy of an Initiative that Worked—CCRP in the South Bronx, Philadelphia, PA: OMG Center for Collaborative Learning, December 2006. National Congress for Community Economic Development (NCCED), Reaching New Heights: Trends and Achievements of Community-Based Development Organizations, Washington, DC: NCCED, June 2006. Timothy Ready, Hispanic Housing in the United States 2006, South Bend, IN: Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, June 2006. Carol Steinbach and Research led by Christopher Walker with Francisca Winston, and Kersten Gensch, Reaching New Heights, 2005 NCCED Census: Trends and Achievements of Community-Based Development Organizations, Washington, DC: National Congress for Community Economic Development, June 2006. 2005 John Accordino et al., The Ripple Effect: Economic Impacts of Targeted Community Investments, Richmond, VA: Local Initiatives Support Corporation, 2005. John Accordino, George Galster and Peter Tatian, The Impacts of Targeted Public and Nonprofit Investment on Neighborhood Development: Research based on Richmond, Virginia’s Neighborhoods in Bloom Program, Richmond, VA: Community Affairs Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, July 2005. Community Research Partners, Creating a Tipping Point: Housing Development as a Tool for Neighborhood Revitalization, Columbus, OH: CRP, August 2005. George Galster, Diane Levy, Noah Sawyer, Kenneth Temkin and Chris Walker, The Impact of Community Development Corporations on Urban Neighborhoods, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, June 2005. National Vacant Properties Campaign, Vacant Properties: The True Costs to Communities, Washington, DC: NVPC, August 2005. Jessica L. Webster, Success in Affordable Housing: The Metro Denver Experience, Chicago, IL: Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), February 2005. 2004 National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), Losing Ground in the Best of Times: Low Income Renters in the 1990s, Washington, DC: NLIHC, 2004. Susan J. Popkin, Bruce Katz, Mary K. Cunningham, Karen D. Brown, Jeremy Gustafson and Margery A. Turner, A Decade of HOPE VI: Research Findings and Policy Challenges, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute and The Brookings Institution, May 2004. Tony Proscio, Healthy Housing, Healthy Families: Toward a National Agenda for Affordable Healthy Homes, Columbia, MD: The Enterprise Foundation, December 2004. Kalima Rose, Brad Lander and Karoleen Feng, Increasing Housing Opportunity in New York City: The Case for Inclusionary Zoning, Oakland, CA and New York, NY: PolicyLink and Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development, 2004. 2003 William M. Rohe, Rachel G. Bratt and Protip Biswas, Evolving Challenges for Community Development Corporations: The Causes and Impacts of Failures, Downsizings and Mergers, Chapel Hill, NC: Center for Urban and Regional Studies, University of North Carolina, January 2003. 2002 William Apgar, Allegra Calder, Michael Collins and Mark Duda, An Examination of Manufactured Housing as a Community- and Asset-Building Strategy, Washington, DC: Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, 2002. Darryl King , Julian Brown, Eddie Rosario, Kim Clark and Amy Levine, Developing Justice in South Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY: Fifth Avenue Committee, December 2002. Living Cities, A Working Model for Healthy Cities, New York, NY: Living Cities, August 2002. Local Initiatives Support Corporation, The Whole Agenda: The Past and Future of Community Development, New York : LISC, 2002. Michael Porter, The Changing Models of Inner City Grocery Retailing, Boston, MA: ICIC, 2002. Rural LISC, The Rural Home Loan Partnership 2002: Building Assets, Washington, DC: Rural LISC, 2002. Amanda Shaffer and Robert Gottlieb, The Persistence of L.A.’s Grocery Gap: The Need for a New Food Policy and Approach to Market Development, Los Angeles, CA: Center for Food and Justice, Urban and Environmental Policy Institute, Occidental College, May 28, 2002. Amanda G. Strong and Alexandra J. Stroud, Urban Main Street Redevelopment: A Comparison of the Development-Driven and the Community-Driven Approach, Cambridge, MA : Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 2002. Christopher Walker, Community Development Corporations and Their Changing Support Systems, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, December 2002. 2001 Alexander von Hoffman, Fuel Lines for the Urban Revival Engine: Neighborhoods, Community Development Corporations, and Financial Intermediaries, Washington, DC: Fannie Mae Foundation, December 2001. 1998 Christopher Walker and Mark Weinheimer, Community Development in the 1990s, Washington, DC: The Urban Institute, September 1998.