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In this article, factor analyses are used to identify homogeneous neighborhoods, and canonical analyses are used to examine the relationships between neighborhoods and credit lending in the Cleveland, Ohio, area. The results reveal that variations in the supply and demand for loans are best...
In this article, the author compares labor market trends in New York City with trends in the United States as a whole and uses a newly created index to relate these trends to differential changes in industrial structure. Although the national trend for real wage growth has been stagnant or...
Supporters of controlled choice argue that it is a superior desegregation tool and a superior educational reform. This author addresses the first of these claims in a sample of 20 school districts above 30% minority and finds that controlled-choice plans are almost as unpopular as...
The prevalent view held by both academics and policy makers is that underclass behaviors are predominantly characteristic of African-American communities. Concern about such behaviors has expanded partly because the underclass phenomenon has diffused down the urban hierarchy to small- and...
Support for reform candidates followed three distinct patterns, identified as traditional reform, municipal populist, and progressive. Whether traditional-reform and municipal-populist voters could be brought together to form a progressive coalition depended on the way experts were incorporated...
Divergent theories offer two possible connections between nonresidential land use and physical deterioration among urban residential street blocks. Jane Jacobs's model of street blocks indicates that blocks with more nonresidential land use will be better kept; studies of territorial functioning...
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