Lan Deng
Lan Deng
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The emerging housing policy framework in China
L Deng, Q Shen, L Wang
Journal of Planning Literature 26 (2), 168-183, 2011
Housing policy and finance in China: A literature review
L Deng, Q Shen, L Wang
US Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2009
Comparing the effects of housing vouchers and low-income housing tax credits on neighborhood integration and school quality
L Deng
Journal of Planning Education and Research 27 (1), 20-35, 2007
Financing affordable housing through compulsory saving: The two-decade experience of housing provident fund in China
J Chen, L Deng
Housing Studies 29 (7), 937-958, 2014
The cost‐effectiveness of the low‐income housing tax credit relative to vouchers: Evidence from six metropolitan areas
L Deng
Housing Policy Debate 16 (3-4), 469-511, 2005
The External Neighborhood Effects of Low‐Income Housing Tax Credit Projects Built by Three Sectors
L Deng
Journal of Urban Affairs 33 (2), 143-166, 2011
Low-income housing tax credit developments and neighborhood change: A case study of Miami-Dade County
L Deng
Housing Studies 26 (6), 867-895, 2011
Market development, state intervention, and the dynamics of new housing investment in China
L Deng, J Chen
Journal of Urban Affairs 41 (2), 223-247, 2019
Saving strong neighborhoods from the destruction of mortgage foreclosures: The impact of community-based efforts in Detroit, Michigan
L Deng, E Seymour, M Dewar, J Manning Thomas
Housing Policy Debate 28 (2), 153-179, 2018
Housing affordability, subsidized lending and cross-city variation in the performance of China’s housing provident fund program
L Deng, X Yan, J Chen
Housing Studies 36 (4), 455-478, 2021
Planning for evaluation: Using regression discontinuity to evaluate targeted place-based programs
L Deng, L Freeman
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (3), 308-318, 2011
Growth management revisited: A reassessment of its efficacy, price effects, and impacts on metropolitan growth patterns
JD Landis, L Deng, M Reilly
Assessing changes in neighborhoods hosting the low-income housing tax credit projects
L Deng
University of Michigan CLOSUP Working Papers Series 8, 2009
Building affordable housing in cities after abandonment: The case of low-income housing tax credit developments in Detroit
L Deng
A paper of University of Michigan. Accessed May 1, 2017, 2011
Challenges for low-income housing tax credit projects at year 15 and beyond in a weak housing market: The case of Detroit, Michigan
M Dewar, L Deng, M Bloem
Housing Policy Debate 30 (3), 311-334, 2020
The value of regulating building facades: a case study of masonry ordinances in Chicago suburbs
L Deng
Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 271-286, 2010
The Affordable Housing Reader
L Deng
Journal of Urban Affairs 37 (1), 82-84, 2015
From public housing to joint ventures: Lessons from the US housing policy development
L Deng, Z Xiaodi
The Future of Public Housing: Ongoing Trends in the East and the West, 181-197, 2013
Year 15 and the preservation of low-income housing tax credit projects: Lessons from Detroit, Michigan
L Deng
Journal of Planning Education and Research 44 (1), 239-252, 2024
Has competition led to healthier neighborhood effects? A study of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects built by three sectors
L Deng
Ann Arbor 1001, 48109-2069, 2009
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