The Community and Economic Development Discussion Paper Series addresses emerging and critical issues in community development. Our goal is to provide information on topics that will be useful to the many actors involved in community development—governments, nonprofits, financial institutions, and beneficiaries.
Social Ties, Space, and Resilience: Literature Review of Community Resilience to Disasters and Constituent Social and Built Environment Factors
Discussion Paper 2-13 (September 2013)
Locally Owned: Do Local Business Ownership and Size
Matter for Local Economic Well-being?
Discussion Paper 1-13 (August 2013)
Intrametropolitan Patterns of Foreclosed Homes: ZIP-Code-Level Distributions of Real-Estate-Owned (REO) Properties during the U.S. Mortgage Crisis
Discussion Paper 1-09 (April 21, 2009)
The Accumulation of Foreclosed Properties: Trajectories of Metropolitian REO Inventories during the 2007–2008 Mortgage Crisis
Discussion Paper 2-08 (December 15, 2008)
Community Response to the Foreclosure Crisis: Thoughts on Local Interventions
Discussion Paper 1-08 (October 10, 2008)
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