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Papers in Refereed Journals

Ashton, Philip. 2008. Advantage or disadvantage: The changing institutional landscape of underserved mortage markets. Urban Affairs Review  43 (3): 352-402. Publisher's link.

Crump, Jeff, Newman, Kathe, Belsky, Eric, Ashton, Philip, Kaplan, David H., Hammel, Daniel J., and Wyly, Elvin. 2009. Cities destroyed (again) for cash: Forum on the US foreclosure crisis. Urban Geography 29 (8): 745-784. Publisher's link.

Ashton, Philip. 2009. An appetite for yield: The anatomy of the subprime mortgage crisis. Environment & Planning A 41 (6). Publisher's link.

Betancur, John J. 2009. “El Segundo Saqueo de America Latina: Implicaciones para la Planeacion Urbana.” Pp. 83-120 in La Ciudad Latinoamericana en el Siglo XXI: Globalizacion, Neoliberalismo, Planeacion edited by Peter Brand. Medellin, Universidad Nacional Press.

Donegan, M., J. Drucker, H.A. Goldstein, H. Lowe, and E. E. Malizia. 2008. Which indicators explain metropolitan economic performance best? Traditional or creative class. Journal of the American Planning Association, 74 (2): 180-195. Publisher's link.

Jaffe, Martin. 2009. Water Supply Planning in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. Sea Grant Law and Policy Journal 2 (1): 1-21. Publishers Link.

Jacobs, David, J. Wilson, S. Dixon, J. Smith, and A. Evans. 2009. The Relationship of Housing and Population Health: A 30 Year Retrospective Analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives, 117 (4): 597-604. Publisher's link.

Lu, U.D., K. Kawamura, and M. Zellner. 2008. The Influence of Urban Forms on Work Travel Behavior: An Exploration Using Agent-Based Modeling. Transportation Research Record 2082, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. pp. 132-140.

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. 2009. Bridging the Gap Through Social Capital Accumulation: Ethnic Reconciliation and Economic Development in Gorizia (Italy), Nova Gorica (Slovenia), and Sempeter Vertojba (Slovenia). Studies in Urban and Regional Planning. Spring.

Minocha, Inshu, P.S. Sriraj, P. Metaxatos, and P. Thakuriah. 2008. Analysis of Transit Quality of Service and Employment Accessibility for the Greater Chicago, Illinois, Region. Transportation Research Record 2048, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. pp. 20-29. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P. (2009). Transportation and Employment Accessibility in a
Changing Context of Metropolitan Decentralization: The Case of Delhi,
India. In Vol. 9 of Projections, the MIT Journal of Planning, pp. 58-80. Publisher's link.


Doussard, M., J. Peck, and N. Theodore. 2009. After Deindustrialization: Uneven Growth and Economic Inquality in ‘Postindustrial’ Chicago. Economic Geography 85 (2): 183-207. Publisher's link.

Peck, J. and N. Theodore. 2008. Carceral Chicago: Making the Ex-offender Employability Crisis. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 32 (2): 251-281. Publisher's link.

H. Cordero-Guzman, N. Martin, V. Quiroz-Becerra, and N. Theodore. 2008. Voting with their Feet: Nonprofit Organizations and Immigrant Mobilization. American Behavioral Scientist 52 (4): 598-617. Publisher's link.

Weber, Rachel, R. Hendrick, and J. Thompson. 2008. The Effect of Tax Increment Financing on School District Revenues: Regional Variation and Inter-Jurisdictional Competition. State and Local Government Review 40 (1).

McMillen, Daniel and R. Weber. 2008. Thin Markets and Property Tax Inequity. National Tax Journal 61 (4): 653. Publisher's link.

Simin Davoudi and C. Winkle. 2008. Conference Report Bridging the Divide: Celebrating the City. Town Planning Review 79 (9): 463-467.

Botchwey, Nisha D., S. Hobson, A. Dannenberg, K. Mumford, C. Contant, T. McMillan, R. Jackson, R. Lopez, C. Winkle. 2009. A Model Curriculum for a Course on the Built Environment and Public Health: Training for an Interdisciplinary Workforce. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36 (2): S63-S71. Publisher's link.



Books and monographs


Nanetti, Raffaella Y. and Robert Leonardi. 2008. La sfida di Napoli: Capitale sociale, sviluppo e sicurezza. Milan, Guerini.

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. and Robert Leonardi (eds). 2009. L’impatto deli’istituzione regione e le sinergie di sviluppo in Basilicata. Bolgna: Il Mulino.

Chapters in books


Betancur, John J. 2009. “El Segundo Saqueo de America Latina: Implicaciones para la Planeacion Urbana.” Pp. 83-120 in La Ciudad Latinoamericana en el Siglo XXI: Globalizacion, Neoliberalismo, Planeacion, Peter Brand (Ed.). Medellin, Universidad Nacional Press.

Kawamura, K. and Y.D. Lu. “Economy of Scale and the Role of Publicly Available Congestion Information for Local Delivery Industry: Agent-based simulation approach” in Taniguchi, E. and R. Thompson (Ed.) Innovations in City Logistics, New York, Nova Science.

Nanetti, Raffaella Y. 2008. “Il Welfare di Metropoli Terra di Bari al 2035.” (Social welfare conditions in Terra di Bari in 2035), in Marta Omero (Ed.). Metropoli Terra di Bari: tradizione e innovazione. Bari, Sedit.

Theodore, Nik, A. Valenzeula, E. Meléndez, and A.L. Gonzalez. 2008. Day Labor and Workplace Abuses in the Residential Construction Industry: Conditions in the Washington, DC Region. The Gloves Off Economy: Workplace Standards at the Bottom of America’s Labor Market, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. pp. 91-109.


Other articles, including bulletins and technical reports


Drucker, J. 2009. Trends in regional industrial concentration in the United States. Working Paper CES-WP-09-06: Center for Economic Studies, United States Census Bureau. You can download a .pdf file at this page http://www.ces.census.gov/index.php/ces/discussion_papers

Jaffe, M. 2009. Research Agenda for Sustainable Coastal Development, National Sea Grant Office Implementation Plan 2009-2013. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Sea Grant Office. Silver Spring, MD.

Greenlee, Andrew, P. Lipman, and J. Smith. Data and Democracy Project: Investing in Neighborhoods. Nathalie P. Voorhees Center and Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education, UIC, February 2009.
www.uic.edu/cuppa/voorheesctr/DataAndDemocracyRelease.pdf

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Summary of Final Report to Federal Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Complete Final Report to Federal
Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

Thakuriah, P., P.S. Sriraj, S. Soot and J. Persky (2008). Economic
Benefits of Employment Transportation. Full of Final Report to Federal
Transit Administration, U.S. DOT and Community Transportation Association of America, June for Grant No's DOT IL-37-X007-00 4 and DOT IL-37-5002-00. Publisher's link.

Theodore, Nik, J. Peck, and N. Brenner. 2009. Urbanismo Neoliberal: La Ciudad y el Imperio de los Mercados. Temas Sociales 66: 1-12. [Santiago, Chile]

Theodore, Nik, A. Valenzuela, and E. Meléndez. 2008. Day Labor Worker Centers: New Approaches to Protecting Labor Standards in the Informal Economy. UIC Center for Urban Economic Development.
http://repositories.cdlib.org/uclairle/Valenzuela12/

Brenner, N., J. Peck, and N. Theodore. 2008. City as Policy Lab. Area #6.
http://www.areachicago.org/p/issues/city-as-lab/city-policy-lab/