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Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Housing demolition and property tax delinquency: Evidence from Detroit, by Camila Alvayay Torrejón, Dusan Paredes & Mark Skidmore

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Urban Economics. Housing demolition and property tax delinquency: Evidence from Detroit, by Camila Alvayay Torrejón, Dusan Paredes & Mark Skidmore Abstract The purpose of this article is to evaluate the degree to which the demolition of low-quality structures affects… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Housing demolition and property tax delinquency: Evidence from Detroit, by Camila Alvayay Torrejón, Dusan Paredes & Mark Skidmore

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Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Decreasing delinquency through assessment reductions: Evidence from Detroit, by Timothy R. Hodge

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Urban Economics. Decreasing delinquency through assessment reductions: Evidence from Detroit, by Timothy R. Hodge Abstract Detroit recently decreased assessments for 3 consecutive years, 2014–2016, with 2 possible types of reduction: a decrease in assessment without a decrease in property… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Decreasing delinquency through assessment reductions: Evidence from Detroit, by Timothy R. Hodge

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Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Can tax incentives create a local film industry? Evidence from Louisiana and New Mexico, by Patrick Button

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Urban Economics. Can tax incentives create a local film industry? Evidence from Louisiana and New Mexico, by Patrick Button Abstract State film incentives (SFIs) are a recent and popular economic development incentive. I study these through case studies of… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Can tax incentives create a local film industry? Evidence from Louisiana and New Mexico, by Patrick Button

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Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Drivers of differences in inventiveness across urban and rural regions, by Giri Raj Aryal, John Mann, Scott Loveridge & Satish Joshi

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Urban Economics. Drivers of differences in inventiveness across urban and rural regions, by Giri Raj Aryal, John Mann, Scott Loveridge & Satish Joshi Abstract ThiHeterogeneity of inventiveness across urban, metro-adjacent rural and remote rural counties is analyzed using a… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! Drivers of differences in inventiveness across urban and rural regions, by Giri Raj Aryal, John Mann, Scott Loveridge & Satish Joshi

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Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! A toolkit for evaluating spatially targeted urban redevelopment incentives: Methods, lessons, and best practices, by Andrew Hanson & Shawn Rohlin

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Urban Economics. A toolkit for evaluating spatially targeted urban redevelopment incentives: Methods, lessons, and best practices, by Andrew Hanson & Shawn Rohlin Abstract This article offers a comprehensive and practical guide to program evaluation methods as they apply to… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Urban Economics! A toolkit for evaluating spatially targeted urban redevelopment incentives: Methods, lessons, and best practices, by Andrew Hanson & Shawn Rohlin

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Special Issue Preview: Urban Economics

Articles from our current Special Issue, Urban Economics, have been posted! Please see all the links below for an introduction to all of our articles in this issue. Introduction By: Mark Skidmore This special issue presents a compilation of five articles in urban economics. The articles offer a sampling of urban economic topics, beginning with… Continue reading Special Issue Preview: Urban Economics

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Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French & Jennifer Clark

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era. Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French & Jennifer Clark Abstract Open government data (OGD) promise to reveal new insights and… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Open government data in the smart city: Interoperability, urban knowledge, and linking legacy systems, by Thomas Lodato, Emma French & Jennifer Clark

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Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Revisit the drivers and barriers to e-governance in the mobile age: A case study on the adoption of city management mobile apps for smart urban governance, by Tian Tang, Jinghui (Jove) Hou, Daniel L. Fay & Catherine Annis

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era. Revisit the drivers and barriers to e-governance in the mobile age: A case study on the adoption of city management mobile apps for smart urban governance, by Tian Tang, Jinghui (Jove) Hou, Daniel… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Revisit the drivers and barriers to e-governance in the mobile age: A case study on the adoption of city management mobile apps for smart urban governance, by Tian Tang, Jinghui (Jove) Hou, Daniel L. Fay & Catherine Annis

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Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! How community mobilization mediates conflict escalation? Evidence from three Chinese cities, by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye & Xuelei Zhang

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era. How community mobilization mediates conflict escalation? Evidence from three Chinese cities, by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye & Xuelei Zhang Abstract Urban communities in China have undergone fundamental transformations with increasing awareness of property… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! How community mobilization mediates conflict escalation? Evidence from three Chinese cities, by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye & Xuelei Zhang

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Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Paying for infrastructure in the post-recession era: Exploring the use of alternative funding and financing tools, by Akheil Singla, Jason Shumberger & David Swindell

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era. Paying for infrastructure in the post-recession era: Exploring the use of alternative funding and financing tools, by Akheil Singla, Jason Shumberger & David Swindell Abstract While municipalities in the United States face many… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Smart Governance in the Contemporary Era! Paying for infrastructure in the post-recession era: Exploring the use of alternative funding and financing tools, by Akheil Singla, Jason Shumberger & David Swindell