Effects of Concentrated LIHTC Development on Surrounding House Prices

  title={Effects of Concentrated LIHTC Development on Surrounding House Prices},
  author={Richard Voith and Jing Liu and Sean Zielenbach and Andrew Jakabovics and Brian Y. An and Seva Rodnyansky and Anthony W. Orlando and Raphael W. Bostic},
  journal={Journal of Housing Economics},


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