The Economics of Homelessn Ess: the Ev Idence from nor Th America

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It is generally believed that the increased incidence of homelessness in the US has arisen from broad societal factors – changes in the institutionalization of the mentally ill, increases in drug addiction and alcohol usage, etc. This paper reports on a comprehensive test of the alternate hypothesis that variations in homelessness arise from changed… (More)

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@inproceedings{Quigley2002TheEO, title={The Economics of Homelessn Ess: the Ev Idence from nor Th America}, author={John M. Quigley and Steven Raphael}, year={2002} }