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How Cost-Benefit Research Has Changed U.S. Housing Policy

When Dennis Culhane volunteered at a Philadelphia homeless shelter one summer in college, he had no idea he would one day do research that would help spur the effort to end homelessness in the United…

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Why Map Literacy Matters for Evidence-Based Policy

By Camille Galdes & Maya Brennan
By orienting us in space, maps provide a strong sense of place and reality, despite the fact that they are—by their very nature—abstractions of the real…

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Green Retrofits: What Programs Are Most Cost-Effective?

Residential buildings account for nearly 20 percent of total U.S. energy consumption, with single family homes consuming 80 percent of that share. Margaret Walls of Resources for the Future…

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