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2007
DeLuca, Stefanie . All over the map: Explaining educational outcomes of the Moving to Opportunity program. Education Next. 7, (4), 28-39.
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2006
Harcourt, Bernard E.,  Ludwig, Jens . Broken windows: New evidence from New York City and a five-city social experiment. University of Chicago Law Review. 73, (1), 271-320.
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2005
Kling, Jeffrey R.,  Liebman, Jeffrey B.,  Katz, Lawrence F. Bullets don't got no name: Consequences of fear in the ghetto. Discovering Successful Pathways in Children's Development: Mixed Methods in the Study of Childhood and Family Life. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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2006
Snell, Emily K.,  Duncan, Greg J. Child characteristics and successful use of Housing vouchers: estimates from the Moving to Opportunity demonstration. Housing Policy Debate. 17, (4), 727-754.
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2010
Fortson, Jane G.,  Sanbonmatsu, Lisa . Child health and neighborhood conditions: Results from a randomized housing voucher experiment. Journal of Human Resources. 45, (4), 840-864.
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2011
Aalbers, Manuel B.,  van Gent, Wouter P.C.,  Pinkster, Fenne M. Comparing deconcentrating poverty policies in the United States and the Netherlands: A critical reply to Stal and Zuberi. Cities. 28, (3), 260-264.
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2010
Rosenbaum, James E.,  Zuberi, Anita . Comparing residential mobility programs: Design elements, neighborhood placements, and outcomes in MTO and Gautreaux. Housing Policy Debate. 20, (1), 27-41.
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2002
Goering, John,  Feins, Judith D.,  Richardson, Todd M. A cross-site analysis of initial Moving to Opportunity demonstration results. Journal of Housing Research. 13, (1), 1-30.
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2010
Sharkey, Patrick,  Sampson, Robert J. Destination effects: Residential mobility and trajectories of adolescent violence in a stratified metropolis. Criminology. 48, (3), 639-681.
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2005
2008
Ferryman, Kadija S.,  Briggs, Xavier de Souza,  Popkin, Susan J.,  Rendon, Maria . Do Better Neighborhoods for MTO Families Mean Better Schools?. Metropolitan Housing and Communities Center, Brief No. 3. Washington, DC: Urban Institute.
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2004
Acevedo-Garcia, Dolores,  Osypuk, Theresa L.,  Werbel, Rebecca E.,  Meara, Ellen R.,  Cutler, David M.,  Berkman, Lisa F. Does housing mobility policy improve health?. Housing Policy Debate. 15, (1), 49-98.
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2009
Jackson, Lois,  Langille, Lynn,  Lyons, Renee,  Hughes, Jean,  Martin, Debbie,  Winstanley, Viola . Does moving from a high-poverty to lower-poverty neighborhood improve mental health? A realist review of 'Moving to Opportunity'. Health and Place. 15, (4), 961-970.
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2010
DeLuca, Stefanie,  Rosenblatt, Peter . Does moving to better neighborhoods lead to better schooling opportunities? Parental school choice in an experimental housing voucher program. Teachers College Record. 112, (5), 1443-1491.
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2000
Katz, Lawrence,  Kling, Jeffrey,  Liebman, Jeffrey . The Early Impacts of Moving to Opportunity in Boston. Princeton University.
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2007
Fortson, Jane Garrison . Essays on Health and Socioeconomic Status. Dissertation, Princeton University.
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2007
Kling, J.R.,  Liebman, J.B.,  Katz, L.F. . Experimental analysis of neighborhood effects. Econometrica. 75, (1), 83-119.
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2005
Bembry, James X.,  Norris, Donald F. An exploratory study of neighborhood choices among Moving to Opportunity participants in Baltimore, Maryland: The influence of housing search assistance. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. XXXII, (4), 93-107.
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2002
Popkin, Susan J.,  Harris, Laura E.,  Cunningham, Mary K. Families in Transition: A Qualitative Analysis of the MTO Experience. Washington, DC: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Policy Development and Research.
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2012
Osypuk, T.L.,  Schmidt, N.M.,  Bates, L.M.,  Tchetgen-Tchetgen, E.J.,  Earls, Felton,  Glymour, M.M. . Gender and crime victimization modify neighborhood effects on adolescent mental health. Pediatrics. 130, (3), 472-481.
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2010
Wiehe, Sarah E.,  Aalsma, Matthew C.,  Liu, Gilbert C.,  Fortenberry, J. Dennis . Gender differences in the association between perceived discrimination and adolescent smoking. American Journal of Public Health. 100, (3), 510-516.
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2010
Popkin, Susan J.,  Leventhal, Tama,  Weismann, Gretchen . Girls in the 'hood: How safety affects the life chances of low-income girls. Urban Affairs Review. 45, (6), 715-744.
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1999
Harris, Laura E. A Home Is More Than Just a House: A Spatial Analysis of Housing for the Poor in Metropolitan America. Dissertation, University at Albany, State University of New York.
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