Reports and Briefs

Our Publications Using NEO CANDO:

C. Coulton, D. Crampton, Y. Cho, and S. J. Kim, “Effects of Foster Care and Juvenile Justice Involvement on Early Adult Outcomes: A Study of Cleveland’s Youth.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2016). Access Here

 

C. Coulton, F. Richter, S. J. Kim, R. Fischer, and Y. Cho, Leveraging Integrated Data Systems to Examine the Effect of Housing and Neighborhood Conditions on Kindergarten Readiness.  Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2016). Access Here

 

C. Coulton, R. Fischer, and S. J. Kim, Investigating the Pathway to Proficiency from Birth through 3rd Grade. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio Education Research Center, The Ohio State University (2015). Access Here

 

N. Lalich, F. Ford, A. Hirsh, K. Clover, J. Marks, R. Dubin, M. Schramm, T. Chan, et al., “The Role of Investors in The One-To-Three Family REO Market: The Case of Cleveland.” Working Papers W13-12. Cambridge, MA: Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University (2013). Access Here

 

F. Richter, L. Nelson and M. Petrus, “Neighborhood Recovery and NSP1: Implementation in Select Fourth District Communities.” Community Reinvestment Report, Summer 2011. Cleveland, OH: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2011). Access Here

 

C. Coulton, M. Schramm and A. Hirsh, “Beyond REO: Property Transfers at Extremely Distressed Prices, Cuyahoga County, 2005-2008.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2008). Access Here

 

C. Coulton, T. Chan, K. Mikelbank, and M. Schramm, “Foreclosure and Beyond: A report on ownership and housing values following sheriff’s sales, Cleveland and Cuyahoga County, 2000-2007.” Cleveland, OH: Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development, Case Western Reserve University (2008). Access Here

 

Research from Other Institutions Using NEO CANDO:

Y. Fujii, “Spotlight on the Main Actors: How Land Banks and Community Development Corporations Stabilize and Revitalize Cleveland Neighborhoods in the Aftermath of the Foreclosure Crisis.” Housing Policy Debate, 26.2 (2016): 296-315. Access Here

 

R. Piiparinen, J. Russell, and C. Post, “The Fifth Migration: A Study of Cleveland Millennials.” Urban Publications, Paper 1338 (2016). Access Here

 

S. Whitaker and T. J. Fitzpatrick IV, “LAND BANK 2.0: AN EMPIRICAL EVALUATION.” Journal of Regional Science, 56.1 (2016): 156–175. Access Here

 

A. Woo and S. Lee, “Illuminating the impacts of brownfield redevelopments on neighboring housing prices: Case of Cuyahoga County, Ohio in the US.” Environment and Planning A, advance online publication (2016): 1-26. Access Here

 

Z. Austrian, K. W. Hexter, E. Cyran, P. Boehnlein, B. Townley, and K. Kalynchuk, “University Circle & Little Italy Study: Demographic Trends, Property Assessment, and Recommendations for Neighborhood Revitalization.” Urban Publications, Paper 1325 (2015). Access Here

 

L. Epstein, Fostering Participation and Capacity Building with Neighborhood Information Systems (unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2015). Access Here

 

J. Fitzpatrick IV, O. E. Ergungor, K. Fee, D. Hartley, F. G.-C. Richter, Y. Seo, S. Whitaker, and M. Zenker. Applying Research to Policy Issues in Distressed Housing Markets: Data-Driven Decision Making. Cleveland: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (2015). Access Here

 

W. Hexter and M. Schnoke, “Responding to Foreclosures in Cuyahoga County 2014 Update: Ninth Annual Report January 1 – December 31, 2014.”Urban Publications, Paper 1331 (2015). Access Here

 

D. Keating, “Responses to Foreclosure and Abandonment in Cleveland’s Inner Suburbs: Three Case Studies.” In K. B. Anacker (ed.), The New American Suburb: Poverty, Race and the Economic Crisis (177-186). Abingdon: Routledge (2015). Access Here

 

I. Lendel, C. Clouse, E. Cyran, T. Guzman, M. Piazza, S. Ryberg Webster, C. Post, and K. Kalynchuk, “Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit Economic Impact Study.” Urban Publications, Paper 1334 (2015). Access Here

 

E. Rosenman and S. Walker, “Tearing down the city to save it? ‘Back-door regionalism’ and the demolition coalition in Cleveland, Ohio.” Environment and Planning A, advance online publication (2015): 1-19. Access Here

 

A. Woo, K. Joh, and S. Van Zandt, “Unpacking the impacts of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program on nearby property values.” Urban Studies, advance online publication (2015): 1-23. Access Here

 

D. Aliprantis, “Human Capital in the Inner City.” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Working Paper no. 13-02R (2014). Access Here

 

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