Furman Center Researchers Win Award for Best Research Article at Public Policy Conference

News & Events | June 19th 2006

Ingrid Gould Ellen, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Planning and co-director of the Furman Center and Ioan Voicu, Furman Center Research Scholar, won the 2006 Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) Raymond Vernon Memorial Prize for their study comparing the neighborhood spillover effects of city-supported rehabilitation of rental housing undertaken by nonprofit and for-profit developers, using data from New York City.

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