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Household Change and Housing Instability

New research published in Urban Affairs Review examines the correlation between household composition changes and housing instability. The study, conducted by Matthew Desmond and Kristin Perkins of…

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Understanding Parolees’ Residential Instability

Approximately 700,000 individuals are released from prison in the United States each year. Among ex-offenders, homelessness and housing instability are correlated with recidivism. Research published…

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Do Families Leaving Housing Assistance Need Support?

Despite long waiting lists for housing subsidies, households who receive federal housing assistance stay, on average, just a few years. Using data from the Moving to Opportunity (MTO)…

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Education and Future Earnings Harmed by Middle Childhood Moves

A stable place to call home has long-lasting benefits for children, as documented by a growing body of research. A brief based on the recent paper, “Long-Run Impact of Residential Moves in…

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