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Thursday, April 5 • 9:10am - 10:35am
TH9.10.01 Staying in Place or Moving Out: Untangling the Intricacy of Housing Stability and Residential Mobility in the U.S.

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This panel will discuss housing stability and residential mobility by looking at both national and localized studies in the United States for the general population, with emphasis on low-income households. The national studies provide a greater understanding of length of stay for low-income households in assisted housing, and how length of residence, among other factors, impacts neighborhood crime rates. The localized studies use data from the Chicago metropolitan area to examine how housing stability influences residential mobility, Southern California to assess the neighborhood determinants of eviction, and Harris County, Texas to shed light on mobility outcomes, specifically neighborhood quality, for low-income renters. Together these studies frame an important policy discussion on the role of housing stability and residential mobility in communities across the nation.
Moderator: Kirk McClure, University of Kansas


Length of Stay in Assisted: Who Stays and Who Leaves? 
Kirk McClure, University of Kansas


Stable Housing and Neighborhood Crime Rates: An Examination of Main and Moderating Effects 
Rebecca Walter, University of Washington; Marie Tillyer, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Ruoniu (Vince) Wang, Grounded Solutions Network


How Does Neighborhood Housing Stability Influence Residential Mobility Pathways? 
Andrew Greenlee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Housing Choice Voucher Householders’ Locational Outcomes 
Han John Park, Rice University

Speakers
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Andrew Greenlee

Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Kirk McClure, University of Kansas

Professor, University of Kansas
McClure teaches and conducts research in the area of housing market behavior and affordable housing policy.

Moderator

Thursday April 5, 2018 9:10am - 10:35am EDT
Wentworth (2nd Floor)