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Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

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Forthcoming

Gist, John; Figueiredo, Carlos; and Verma, Satyendra. "Boom and bust: housing equity withdrawal, consumption, and impacts on household retirement wealth." Journal of Aging and Social Policy.


Published

Gist, John; Figueiredo, Carlos; and Verma, Satyendra. "Boom and bust: housing equity withdrawal, consumption, and impacts on household retirement wealth." Journal of Aging and Social Policy, Volume 24, Issue 1, January 2012, pp. 1-28.

Sarzynski, A. “Bigger is Not Always Better: A Comparative Analysis of Cities and their Air Pollution Impact,” Urban Studies, February 2, 2012.

Wolman, H., "What Cities Do: How Much Does Urban Policy Matter?" Oxford Handbook of Urban Politics, edited by Karen Mossberger, Susan Clarke, and Peter John. (Oxford University Press, New York, NY), 2012.

Stone, Clarence, "Power," in Oxford Handbook of Urban Politics, edited by Karen Mossberger, Susan Clarke, and Peter John. (Oxford University Press, New York, NY).

Greasley, S., Wolman, H., and John, P., "Does Government Performance Matter: The Effects of Local Government On Urban Outcomes in England," Urban Studies, July 2011, vol. 48, 9: pp. 1835-1851.

Propheter, G. (2011). Determinants of Legislative Compensation in California and the Residual Impacts of Proposition 1A. California Journal of Politics and Policy, 3(1), 1-21.

Conger, Dylan. "Does Bilingual Education Interfere with English Language Acquisition?" Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 91 (4), pp. 1103-1122, 2010.

Hanson, R.; Wolman, H; *Connolly, D.; *McManmon, R.; and *Pearson, K, “Corporate Citizenship and Urban Problem Solving: The Changing Civic Role of Business Leaders in American Cities,” Journal of Urban Affairs, Vol. 32 (1), pp. 1-24, 2010.

Stone, Clarence. Who is Governed? Local Citizens and the Political Order of Cities. Theories of Urban Politics, 2nd edition, ed. by Jonathan Davies and David Imbroscio (Sage 2009) 257-73.

Stone, Clarence & Whelan, Robert K. Through A Glass Darkly: The Once and Future Study of Urban PoliticsApril revision for The City in American Political Development, ed. by Richardson Dilworth (pp. 98-118).

Stone, Clarence. Beyond the Equality-Efficiency Trade-off. Paper prepared for the Conference on Justice and the American Metropolis.

Bell, Michael E. and *Charlotte Kirschner. 2009. "A Reconnaissance of Alternative Measures of Effective Property Tax Rates." Public Budgeting and Finance 29(2): 111-136.

Blumenthal, Pam, Wolman, Hal, and Hill, Edward. "Understanding the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Areas in the United States." Urban Studies, March 2009.

Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael E. Bell, David Brunori and Joan M. Youngman, “The Property Tax Under Siege,” in Erosion of the Property Tax Base: Trends, Causes and Consequences, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA., Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael Bell, David Brunori and Joan M. Youngman, editors, 2009.

Bing Yuan, Michael E. Bell, Joseph Cordes and David Brunori, “Tax and Expenditure Limitations and Local Public Finance,” in Erosion of the Property Tax Base: Trends, Causes and Consequences, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA., Nancy Y. Augustine, Michael E. Bell David Brunori and Joan M. Youngman, editors, 2009.

*Blumenthal, P., Hill, E., and Wolman, H., “Understanding the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Areas in the United States,” Urban Studies, March, 2009, pp. 605-627.

David Brunori, Michael E. Bell, Joe Cordes and Bing Yuan, “Tax and Expenditure Limitations and Their Effects on Local Finances and Urban Areas,” in Urban and Regional Policy and Its Effects, edited by Margery Austin Turner, Howard Wial, and Hal Wolman, Brookings Institution Press, Washington D.C., 2008, pp. 109-154.

Wolman, H., Hill, E., *Blumenthal, P., and *Furdell, K., “Understanding Economically Distressed Cities,” in R. McGahey and J. Vey (eds.), Retooling for Growth: Building a 21st Century Economy in America’s Industrial Regions, Brookings Institution Press, 2008 pp. 151-178.

Galster, G.; Marcotte, D.; Mandell, M.; Wolman, H.; and *Augustine, N., “The Influence of Neighborhood Poverty During Childhood on Fertility, Education, and Earnings Outcomes,” Housing Studies, 2007, V. 22 (Sept.), pp. 723-751.

Galster, G., Marcotte, D., Mandell, M., Wolman, H., and *Augustine, N., “The Impact of Parental Homeownership on Children’s Outcomes during Early Adulthood,” Housing Policy Debate, 2007, Vol. 18 (4) pp. 785-828.

*Curran, L.; Wolman, H.; Hill, E.; and *Furdell, K, “Economic Well-Being and Where We Live: Accounting for Geographic Cost of Living Differences,” Urban Studies, December, 2006, pp. 2443-2466.

*Sarzynski, A.; Wolman, H.; Galster, G.; and Hanson, R., “Testing the Conventional Wisdom about Land Use and Traffic Congestion: The More We Sprawl, the Less We Move?” Urban Studies, March, 2006, pp. 601-626.

*Furdell, K.; Wolman, H.; and Hill, E.. “Did Central Cities Comeback?  Which Ones, How Far, and Why?” Journal of Urban Affairs,” 2005, V. 27 (3), pp. 283-306.

Cutsinger, J.; Galster, G.; Wolman, H.; Hanson, R.; and Towns, D. “Verifying the Multi-Dimensional Nature of Metropolitan Land Use: Advancing the Understanding and Measurement of Sprawl,” Journal of Urban Affairs,” 2005, V. 27 (3), pp. 235-260.

Weir, M; Wolman, H.; and Swanstrom, T., “The Calculus of Coalitions: Cities, Suburbs, and the Metropolitan Agenda,” Urban Affairs Review, July, 2005, V. 40 (6), pp. 730-760.

Wolman, H.; Hill, E and *Furdell, K., “Evaluating the Success of Urban Success Stories: Is Reputation a Guide for Best Practice?”  Housing Policy Debate, 2005, V.15 (4), pp. 965-997.

Wolman, H.; Galster, G.; Hanson, H.; Ratcliffe, M; *Furdell, K.; and *Sarzynski, A., “The Fundamental Challenge in Measuring Sprawl: Which Land Should be Considered,” Professional Geographer, Feb, 2005, V. 57 (1), pp. 94-105..

Bell, M.E., Lindsay C. Clark, Joseph J. Cordes and Harold Wolman, “Intra-metropolitan Area Fiscal Capacity Disparities and the Property Tax,” State Tax Notes, Volume 33, Number 3, July 19, 2004, pp. 195-211.