Neighborhood Defenders and the Power of Delay

@inproceedings{Einstein2019NeighborhoodDA,
  title={Neighborhood Defenders and the Power of Delay},
  author={Katherine Levine Einstein and David M. Glick and Maxwell Palmer},
  year={2019}
}
Chapter 2 develops our theory, highlighting how land use regulations and participatory inequalities come together to constrain the supply of new housing. We use a detailed case study of a Catholic Church redevelopment project to illustrate how neighbors opposed to development are able to delay development and reduce what gets built by participating in the planning and permitting process.