Rural Housing, Exurbanization, and Amenity-Driven Development: Contrasting the 'Haves' and the 'Have Nots'

Rural Housing, Exurbanization, and Amenity-Driven Development: Contrasting the 'Haves' and the 'Have Nots'

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781409488880
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Publication date: 11/28/2012
Series: Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

David Marcouiller is Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, Mark Lapping is Distinguished Professor of the Muskie School of Public Policy and Management Planning at the University of Southern Maine, USA, and Owen Furuseth is Associate Provost for Metropolitan Studies and Academic Programs at the University of North Carolina, USA

David. Marcouiller, Mark Lapping, Owen Furuseth,,Carol Roskey,,Adrian X. Esparsa, ,Holly R. Barcus, ,Bradley Nash Jr, W. Edward Folts, Kenneth B. Muir, James Peacock Katherine Jones, Christine A. Vogt, C. Michael Hall, Gundars Rudzitis, Paul Lorah, Sally K. Ward, Ann Ziebarth, Don Villarejo, Jeffrey Crump, Paul Rollinson, Robert Wiener, Char Kalsow Thompson, Harvey M. Jacobs.


Table of Contents

Contents: Part I The Context of 21st Century Rural Housing: An introduction, David. Marcouiller, Mark Lapping and Owen Furuseth; The nature of rural housing, Carol Roskey; The exurbanization process and rural housing markets, Adrian X. Esparsa; Heterogeneity of rural housing markets, Holly R. Barcus; Elderly populations and the rural housing continuum, Bradley Nash Jr, W. Edward Folts, Kenneth B. Muir, James Peacock and Katherine Jones. Part II Rural Amenity-Driven Housing: 'The Haves': Natural resources and exurban housing: landscapes in transition, Christine A. Vogt; Housing tourists: accommodating short-term visitors, C. Michael Hall; The rural rich and their housing: spatially addressing the 'haves', Gundars Rudzitis, David Marcouiller and Paul Lorah. Part III The Rural Housing 'Have Nots': Chronic poverty, community decline, and amenity-rich growth in rural America, Sally K. Ward; Exurbanization, homeownership, and the working poor, Ann Ziebarth; The challenge of housing California's hired farm laborers, Don Villarejo; Subprime lending and foreclosure in rural Minnesota, Jeffrey Crump; Homelessness in rural America, Paul Rollinson. Part IV Policies to Affect Change in Rural Housing: The role of non-profit organizations in affecting rural housing change, Robert Wiener and Char Kalsow Thompson; Rarely managing growth: the under-utilization of land use policy approaches, Harvey M. Jacobs; Conclusions and integrative thoughts on rural housing policy, Mark Lapping, Owen Furuseth and David Marcouiller; Index.


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