Applied Housing Research Initiative publishes new working papers
"The PACE Applied Housing Research Initiative (AHRI) has published two new working papers on its website. Coauthored by faculty, students and alumni, these research papers present new evidence on important and timely topics in the affordable housing field: evictions as public health crisis and the seismic performance of tiny homes. Many thanks to Professor of Public Health Laura Mamo and Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Jenna Wong for engaging their graduate students in applied housing research so effectively.
- “Narratives of Housing Displacement and Health in San Francisco: Eviction as Public Health Crisis,” by Laura Mamo and Maria Elena Acosta (MPH, '18)
- “The Seismic Analysis of Tiny Homes: A Comparative Analysis of a Representative Shed and an IRC Tiny Home,” by Arthuro Dominguez Escalante and Jenna Wong
Visit the AHRI website to download these and previous papers. AHRI thanks Merritt Community Capital Corporation for its generous continued funding of the initiative's work, which is directed by Professor of Urban Studies & Planning Ayse Pamuk."