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  • Ingrid Gould, Ellen, Michael H Schill, Scott Susin, Amy Ellen Schwartz, Jerilyn Perine +5 others
  • 2002
This article examines the impact of two New York City homeownership programs on surrounding property values. Both programs, the Nehemiah Program and the Partnership New Homes program, subsidize the construction of affordable owner-occupied homes in distressed neighborhoods. We use a geocod-ed data set that includes every property transaction in the City(More)
  • Jerilyn Perine, Richard Roberts, Harold Shultz, Calvin Parker, Ilene Popkin, Harry Denny +5 others
  • 2003
perennial question in housing policy concerns the form that housing assistance should take. Although some argue that housing assistance should be thought of as a form of income support and advocate direct cash grants to needy households, others favor earmarked assistance—but they differ over whether subsidies should be given to the recipients as vouchers or(More)
While most gastroenterologists are aware of the more common complications of endoscopy such as bleeding, infection and perforation, air embolism remains an under-recognised and difficult to diagnose problem due to its varying modes of presentation. This is the case of a 55-year-old man with right upper quadrant pain and imaging notable for cholecystitis and(More)
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