Research Report HOPE VI Panel Study: Baseline Report
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Final Report
Susan J. Popkin, Diane K. Levy, Laura E. Harris, Jennifer Comey, Mary K. Cunningham, Larry Buron
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The HOPE VI Panel Study focuses on the longer-term location, neighborhood conditions, physical and mental health, and socioeconomic outcomes for original residents of five HOPE VI developments where redevelopment activities began in mid- to late 2001. The specific research questions the study addresses fall into seven issue areas: housing outcomes; neighborhood outcomes; social integration; health outcomes; child education and behavior outcomes; socioeconomic outcomes; and experiences with relocation and supportive services. The study is structured as a pre- and post-intervention study, with the intervention being the changes brought about by HOPE VI activities.
Research Areas Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Children and youth Housing
Tags Federal housing programs and policies Housing vouchers and mobility Housing markets Federal urban policies Neighborhoods and youth development Public and assisted housing