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Contradictions in American Downtownscape: Three Prospects for Urban Centrality
(Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, The Johns Hopkins University, 1978)
TOWARDS A METHODOLOGY COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING IN ROMANIA
(Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1973-04)
LAND USE POLICIES IN RAPID TRANSIT STATION AREAS: FIVE CITIES OF NORTH AMERICA
(Johns Hopkins University, Center for Metropolitan Planning and Research, 1984-07)
Summary and an Interpretive Review of Talus: The Detroit Regional Transportation and Land Use Study
(Center for Urban Studies, Wayne State University, 1970)
STUDY OF COMPARATIVE LOCATIONS OF IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY IN YUGOSLAVIA
(Johns Hopkins University, Institute for Policy Studies, 1968)
POSTINDUSTRIAL CITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE UNITED STATES: THE CASE OF SOUTH BALTIMORE
(Institute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1990)
NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS OF HOPE VI: EVIDENCE FROM BALTIMORE
(The Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies, 2003-04)
In the early 1990s, the HOPE VI initiative emerged as a way to address the severe social and physical problems plaguing high-rise public housing. HOPE VI replaces the high-rises with low-rise, mixed income developments ...
ORGANIZING THE SCALE OF LABOR REGULATION IN THE UNITED STATES: SERVICE SECTOR ACTIVISM IN THE CITY
(Johns Hopkins University, Institute for Policy Studies, 1999)
Geographical scholarship on the localization of labor regulation, militant particularism in class struggle, and labor union activity has highlighted the need for workers to contest the scales over which their working lives ...
HOUSING IN URBAN PLANNING
(Center far Urban Studies: Wayne State University, 1970)
Citations of sources, conclusions, or opinions expressed in this publication are the responsibility of the author and do not reflect the policies or views of staff or others affiliated with the Institute for Policy ...
PROBLEMS OF CITY MANAGEMENT AND ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE CITY ENVIRONMENTS
(Intsitute for Policy Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1992-05)