Housing and Community Development: Cases and Materials / Edition 4 available in Hardcover
The fourth edition of Housing and Community Development presents a fresh and comprehensive look at housing law and policy with full coverage of the foreclosure crisis and its aftermath, exploring housing policies and neighborhood revitalization policies to address the new urban reality. It also discusses the issue of sustainability and the relationship between community development, housing, and climate change. The book contains materials covering housing policy and litigation; tenants' rights in the private and public spheres; urban redevelopment, including a comprehensive look at Kelo v. New London, including its setting and aftermath; and a completely revised section of the book, neighborhhood revitalization and investment. The materials on fair housing and discrimination reflect many recent debates, including school desegregation, affirmative action, subprime and other variations of predatory lending, and other issues touching on race, class, disability, and familial bias. The materials are being published at the perfect time to debate the exciting current urban, suburban, and rural issues of housing, transportation, and community development.
|Publisher:||Carolina Academic Press|
|Edition description:||Fourth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
About the Author
James A. Kushner is a professor of law at Southwestern Law School. Charles E. Daye is the Henry P. Brandis Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Law. Peter W. Salsich, Jr. is the McDonnell Professor of Justice in American Society at St. Louis University School of Law. Henry McGee is a professor of law at the Seattle University School of Law. W. Dennis Keating is a professor in the College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University. Barbara Bezdek is a professor at University of Maryland School of Law. Otto J. Hetzel is a Professor Emeritus at Wayne State University Law School. Daniel Mandelker is the Howard A. Stamper Professor of Law at the Washington University School of Law. Robert Washburn is a professor of law at the Rutgers University School of Law-Camden.