Zoning and Housing Costs: The Impact of Land-Use Controls on Housing Price

By Lynne B. Sagalyn; George Sternlieb | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

MS. Lynne Sagalyn is a project manager at the Center for Urban Policy Research. Ms. Sagalyn received her Bachelor's degree from Cornell University and has an M. C. R. P. from Rutgers University. She is the coauthor of The Affluent Suburb: Princeton, and has served as editor of the Annual Housing Literature Anthology.

Dr. George Sternlieb is Director of the Center for Urban Policy Research and Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at Rutgers University. Formerly associated with the Joint Center for Urban Studies at Harvard and MIT, Dr. Sternlieb attended Brooklyn College and Harvard, where he received his M. B. A. and D. B. A. He is a member of President Nixon's Rent Advisory Board, Task Force on Housing, the Census Advisory Committee on Small Areas, and is a consultant to many agencies, including the Urban Institute and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. His writings have been published widely in many national journals, and he is the author of several major works, including The Tenement Landlord.


ABOUT THE CENTER

The Center for Urban Policy Research, a part of Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, was founded initially as the Urban Studies Center in 1961 and now is located on the campus of Livingston College. The Staff of the Center includes representatives of many disciplines, such as planning, sociology, psychology, computer programming, municipal finance, and economics. It is active in research on a municipal, state, and federal level, particularly in housing, economic development and organizational dynamics. The range of recent work includes the drafting of federal housing legislation, analysis of welfare recipients, studies of rural poverty, regression analysis of building costs and the construction of a statewide job-residence model.

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