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Virginia Center for Housing Research Book

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Date: May 07th, 2015 / Author: Lora Howard /

Researchers from the Virginia Center for Housing Research and the Urban Institute have taken a leading-edge look into innovation in the housing industry, conducting a new in-depth statistical analysis in this area of the industry. Their findings are described in a new book from Momentum Press, "Housing Innovation: The Policies, Programs, and People that Shape Innovation in Housing, 1990-2013."

The research and book were completed by Andrew P. McCoy, the Preston and Catharine White Fellow, assistant director of the Myers-Lawson School of Construction, and director of the Virginia Center for Housing Research; Andrew R. Sanderford, assistant professor in the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture at the University of Arizona; C. Theodore Koebel, senior advisor for the Virginia Center for Housing Research and professor in Virginia Tech's Department of Urban Affairs and Planning; and Carlos Martin, senior research associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute.

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