Center for Urban & Regional Affairs

Fingerprint The Fingerprint is defined by mining the titles and abstracts of research outputs and projects/funding awards associated with people in the research unit. The process creates an index of weighted terms from discipline-specific thesauri.

Social Sciences

housing
justice
poverty
low income
affluence
federal policy
public housing
community
regionalism
move
pathology
rent
refugee
decentralization
social capital
erosion
resident
equality
expenditures
news
ethnicity
housing policy
narrative
community development
suburb
assistance
study expectation
experience
coverage
local press
equity
Criminality
ability
housing construction
living conditions
civil rights
integration policy
grant
mismatch
policy approach
economic power
budget
segregation
time series analysis
settlement pattern
inhabitant
privacy
resettlement
social support
politician
director
social isolation
agglomeration area
disaster
housing market
political power
university teacher
research results
social justice
career
racism
labor
anxiety
social change
housing development
homeowner

Earth & Environmental Sciences

rent control
regionalism
African American
social capital
household income
refugee
ethnicity
relocation
poverty
erosion
housing market
time series analysis
spatial distribution
metropolitan area
labor
income
market