Siting, Spillovers, and Segregation: A Re-examination of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationHousing Markets and the Economy: Risk, Regulation, Policy; Essays in Honor of Karl Case
EditorsEdward Glaeser, John Quigley
Place of PublicationCambridge, Mass
PublisherLincoln Institute for Land Policy
Pages233-267
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Ellen, I., O'Regan, K., & Voicu, I. (2009). Siting, Spillovers, and Segregation: A Re-examination of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. In E. Glaeser, & J. Quigley (Eds.), Housing Markets and the Economy: Risk, Regulation, Policy; Essays in Honor of Karl Case (pp. 233-267). Cambridge, Mass: Lincoln Institute for Land Policy.