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The most widely used and most widely referenced basic book on HOUSING POLICY IN THE UNITED STATES has now been substantially revised to examine the turmoil resulting from the collapse of the housing market in 2007 and the related financial crisis. The text covers the impact of the crisis in depth, including policy changes put in place and proposed by the Obama administration. This new edition also includes the latest data on housing trends and program budgets, and an expanded discussion of homelessness.
Alex F. Schwartz is Associate Professor at Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy and Chairman of the school's Department of Urban Policy Analysis and Management.
Table of Contents
|Trends, Patterns, Problems||p. 13|
|Housing Finance||p. 51|
|Taxes and Housing||p. 89|
|The Low-Income Housing Tax Credit||p. 103|
|Public Housing||p. 125|
|Privately Owned Rental Housing Built with Federal Subsidy||p. 157|
|State and Local Housing Policy and the Nonprofit Sector||p. 209|
|Housing for People with Special Needs||p. 239|
|Fair Housing and Community Reinvestment||p. 253|
|Homeownership and Income Integration||p. 291|
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