Housing the poor. Edited by Donald J. Reeb [and] James T. Kirk, Jr.
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Kirk, James T., 1943-
Reeb, Donald J.,
Conference on Housing the Poor, State University of New York at Albany, 1971.
Housing -- United States -- Congresses.
Housing -- United States -- Finance -- Congresses.
Logement -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
Logement -- États-Unis -- Finances -- Congrès.
Logement social -- États-Unis -- Congrès.
Public housing -- Finance.
Public housing -- United States -- Congresses.
Praeger special studies in U.S. economic, social, and political issues.
xxii, 343 pages illustrations 24 cm.
"Derived from papers delivered at the Conference on Housing the Poor," held Aug. 9, 1971, at the State University of New York, Albany.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 326-328).
1. Housing policy as a component of urban policy / R. Bruce Ricks -- 2. Housing needs of the poor: a reinterpretation / Irving R. Silver and Lawrence B. Smith -- 3. Poverty, housing, and market processes / Raymond E. Zelder -- 4. Mortgage market impediments and uniform state land transaction laws / David I. Fand -- 5. State housing programs / D. David Brandon and Bessie C. Economou -- 6. Third force in housing: nonprofit sponsors / James P. Twomey -- 7. Participatory communications in housing the poor / James T. Kirk, Jr. -- 8. Reactions to group housing for the elderly / Susan R. Sherman -- 9. Every American family housing need and nonresponse / Clay Cochran and George Rucker -- 10. The Farmers Home Administration's housing program / Herrington J. Bryce -- 11. Low-rent public housing / Henry Aaron -- 12. The regional allocation of public housing expenditure / James R. Prescott -- 13. The transfer cost of a housing allowance: conceptual issues and benefit patterns / John D. Heinberg -- 14. Housing the public assistance household / Donald J. Reeb -- Housing the poor: other means and objectives / Edward F. Renshaw -- 16. National goals and local practices: joining ends and means in housing / Morton J. Schussheim.
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