Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy
In housing and community development theory, scholars have long debated tensions between place-based policies and those that focus on fostering mobility. In practice, this is a false dichotomy and this essay explores ways in which place-based policies change the calculus of mobility, while mobility policies deeply shape both the communities people seek and those they leave behind.
Nestor M. Davidson,
Reconciling People and Place in Housing and Community Development Policy Essay, 16 Geo. J. on Poverty L. & Pol'y 1
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