Housing Affordability Crisis and Inequities of Land Use Change

@article{Garde2021HousingAC,
  title={Housing Affordability Crisis and Inequities of Land Use Change},
  author={Ajay Garde and Qiusi. Song},
  journal={Journal of the American Planning Association},
  year={2021},
  volume={88},
  pages={67 - 82}
}
  • Ajay GardeQiusi. Song
  • Published 24 June 2021
  • Economics, History
  • Journal of the American Planning Association
Abstract Problem, research strategy, and findings Many fast-growing metropolitan regions face a housing affordability crisis that necessitates cities change their land use policies to address this problem. How do cities in metropolitan regions change their land use policies to equitably address the region’s housing needs? We focused on 180 cities in the Southern California region, which has a shortage of housing for all income groups and a severe shortage of affordable housing. We first… 

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