Posted by admin on Jun 7, 2012
In its latest project, the What Works Collaborative engaged with other researchers, policymakers, and practitioners to identify and prioritize unanswered questions critical to housing and urban policy development, and create a collection of “field-building” research agendas across a variety of domains. These agendas are intended to help guide investments that will inform and advance policy and practice over the next three to five years. The papers and accompanying agendas can provide context, direction, and priorities for research that can inform housing and urban policy in the coming transformative years.
Education and Low-Income Children Research Agenda
Formerly Incarcerated Persons Research Agenda
Older Renters Research Agenda
Housing Markets Research Agenda
Housing Finance Research Agenda
Successful Neighborhoods Research Agenda
Metropolitan Economies Research Agenda
Thank you to Peter Tatian for contributing material to this post.