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White suburbanization and African-American home ownership, 1940-1980

Leah Platt Boustan

White suburbanization and African-American home ownership, 1940-1980

by Leah Platt Boustan

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLeah Platt Boustan, Robert A. Margo
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16702, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16702.
ContributionsMargo, Robert A. (Robert Andrew), 1954-, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24845886M
LC Control Number2011655931

Chocolate City” was the title of a album and song by Parliament, an African American musical group. The imagery was revived by New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who pushed back against the notion of permanent black depopulation, and the concomitant loss of . A History of Home Ownership and Housing Reform in Chicago, Author: Margaret Garb; Publisher: University of Chicago Press ISBN: Category: Architecture Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In this vivid portrait of life in Chicago in the fifty years after the Civil War, Margaret Garb traces the history of the American celebration of home ownership.

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"white suburbanization and african-american home ownership,". National Bureau of Economic Research January 18 This article needs additional citations for verification. Rapid white suburbanization after World War II led to the extension of land-use controls to formerly unregulated areas. Zoning and building ordinances curtailed informal home building and raised the price of a suburban home for working-class and poor families. A number of suburbs also resorted to urban renewal as a means of isolating, or even expelling, suburban black communities.


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White suburbanization and African-American home ownership, 1940-1980 by Leah Platt Boustan Download PDF EPUB FB2

1940-1980 book Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, Leah Platt Boustan and Robert A. Margo NBER Working Paper No. January JEL No. J71,N92,R21 ABSTRACT Between andthe rate of homeownership among African-American households increased by close to 40 percentage points.

Most of this increase occurred in central cities. White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, Leah Platt Boustan and Robert A.

Margo NBER Working Paper No. White suburbanization and African-American home ownershipRevised August JEL No. J71,N92,R21 ABSTRACT Between andthe homeownership rate among metropolitan African-American households increased by 27 percentage by: 5.

Between andthe homeownership rate among metropolitan African-American households increased by 27 percentage points. Nearly three-quarters of this increase occurred in central cities.

We show that rising black homeownership in central cities was facilitated by the movement of white households to the suburban ring, which reduced the price of urban housing units conducive to owner-occupancy.

White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, over the period can be attributed to white utional subscribers to the NBER working paper series, and.

White Suburbanization and African-American Homeownership, ," with Robert A. Margo. Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, This paper was revised on.

Between andthe rate of homeownership among African-American households increased by close to 40 percentage points. Most of this increase occurred in central cities. We show that rising black homeownership was facilitated by the filtering of the urban housing stock as white households moved to the suburbs, particularly in the slower growing cities of the Northeast and Midwest.

White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, Leah Platt Boustan and Robert A. Margo NBER Working Paper No. JanuaryRevised July JEL No. J71,N92,R21 ABSTRACT Between andthe rate of homeownership among African-American households increased by close to 40 percentage points.

Tracing the precise contours of black migration to the suburbs over the course of the whole last century and across the entire United States, Places of Their Own will be a foundational book for anyone interested in the African American experience or the role of race and class in Cited by:   Boustan, Leah Platt and Margo, Robert A (), “White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, ”, NBER Working Brueckner, Jan and Stuart Rosenthal (), “Gentrification and Neighborhood Housing Cycles: Will America’s Future Downtowns be Rich?”, Review of Economics and Statistics.

Between andthe homeownership rate among metropolitan African-American households increased by 27 percentage points. Nearly three-quarters of this increase occurred in central cities. We show that rising black homeownership in central cities was facilitated by the movement of white households to the suburban ring, which reduced the price of urban housing units conducive to : Leah Platt Boustan and Robert A.

Margo. Places of Their Own: African American Suburbanization in the Twentieth Century ©, pages, 42 halftones, 14 maps, 6 tables Series: Historical Studies of Urban America Paper $ For information on purchasing the book—from bookstores or here online—please go to the webpage for Places of Their Own.

Places of their own: African American suburbanization in the twentieth century User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Numerous authors have detailed the phenomenon of black suburbanization in the 20th century surrounding specific U.S. cities, but Wiese (history, San Diego State Univ.) is one of the few to consider Read full review.

Boustan, Margo. "WHITE SUBURBANIZATION AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN HOME OWNERSHIP,". National Bureau of Economic Research January 18; Fishman, Robert. () Bourgeois Utopias: The Rise and Fall of Suburbia New York: Basic Books.

Garreau, Joel. () Edge City: Life on the New Frontier New York: Anchor Books. Hayden, Delores. Get this from a library. White suburbanization and African-American home ownership, [Leah Platt Boustan; Robert A Margo; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Between andthe rate of homeownership among African-American households increased by close to 40 percentage points.

Most of this increase occurred in central cities. Mass migration to suburban areas was a defining feature of American life after Before World War II, just 13% of Americans lived in suburbs.

Byhowever, suburbia was home to more than half of the U.S. population. The nation’s economy, politics, and society suburbanized in important ways. Suburbia shaped habits of car dependency and commuting, patterns of spending and Cited by: 1.

White suburbanization and black central city homeownership: A conceptual framework, – This section provides a series of historical and conceptual arguments that together establish a possible connection between white departures from central cities and rising rates of urban black homeownership in the mid-twentieth by: White suburbanization and African–American homeownership, – Article in Journal of Urban Economics –80 November with 51 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Based on extensive research of real estate markets, housing and health reform, and ordinary home owners—African American and white, affluent and working class—City of American Dreams provides a richly detailed picture of life in one of America’s great urban centers.

Garb maps out the rise of urban reform movements that placed new emphasis 5/5(1). African–American Suburbanization Filtering abstract Between andthe homeownership rate among metropolitan African–American households increased by 27 percentage points.

Nearly three-quarters of this increase occurred in central cities. We show that rising black homeownership in central cities was facilitated by the movement of white house.

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White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, with Robert A. Margo: w Published: "A Silver Lining to White Flight? White Suburbanization and African-American Homeownership, ," with Robert A.

Margo. Journal of Urban Economics, October # White Suburbanization and African-American Home Ownership, ; 7 Leah Platt Boustan and Robert A.

Margo # Removed Preferences; 7 Jawwad Noor # Time Preference: Experiments and Foundations; 8 Jawwad Noor # Dynamic Competing Mechanisms; 9 Sambuddha Ghosh and Seungjin Han. Boustan, Margo. "WHITE SUBURBANIZATION AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN HOME OWNERSHIP,".

National Bureau of Economic Research January 18; Fishman, Robert. () Bourgeois Utopias: The Rise and Fall of Suburbia New York: Basic Books. Garreau, Joel. () Edge City: Life on the New Frontier New York: Anchor Books. Hayden, Delores.