Michael C. Lens
Michael C. Lens
Associate Professor of Urban Planning, UCLA
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Do strict land use regulations make metropolitan areas more segregated by income?
MC Lens, P Monkkonen
Journal of the American Planning Association 82 (1), 6-21, 2016
It’s time to end single-family zoning
M Manville, P Monkkonen, M Lens
Journal of the American Planning Association 86 (1), 106-112, 2020
Do vouchers help low-income households live in safer neighborhoods? Evidence on the housing choice voucher program
MC Lens, IG Ellen, K O'Regan
Cityscape, 135-159, 2011
American murder mystery revisited: do housing voucher households cause crime?
IG Ellen, MC Lens, K O'Regan
Housing Policy Debate 22 (4), 551-572, 2012
Daytime locations in spatial mismatch: Job accessibility and employment at reentry from prison
NF Sugie, MC Lens
Demography 54 (2), 775-800, 2017
Preserving neighborhood opportunity: Where federal housing subsidies expire
MC Lens, V Reina
Housing Policy Debate 26 (4-5), 714-732, 2016
Employment accessibility among housing subsidy recipients
M Lens
Housing Policy Debate 24 (4), 671-691, 2014
Measuring the geography of opportunity
MC Lens
Progress in Human Geography 41 (1), 3-25, 2017
Extremely low-income households, housing affordability and the Great Recession
MC Lens
Urban Studies 55 (8), 1615-1635, 2018
Is crime bad for business? Crime and commercial property values in New York City
MC Lens, R Meltzer
Journal of Regional Science 56 (3), 442-470, 2016
The impact of housing vouchers on crime in US cities and suburbs
MC Lens
Urban Studies 51 (6), 1274-1289, 2014
Zoning and affordability: A reply to Rodríguez-Pose and Storper
M Manville, M Lens, P Monkkonen
Urban Studies 59 (1), 36-58, 2022
Safe, but could be safer: Why do HCVP households live in higher crime neighborhoods?
MC Lens
Cityscape 15 (3), 131-152, 2013
Built-out cities? How California cities restrict housing production through prohibition and process
P Monkkonen, M Lens, M Manville
Monkkonen, Paavo, Michael Lens, and Michael Manville, 2020
Subsidized housing and crime: Theory, mechanisms, and evidence
MC Lens
Journal of Planning Literature 28 (4), 352-363, 2013
Spatial concentration and spillover: Eviction dynamics in neighborhoods of Los Angeles, California, 2005–2015
K Nelson, A Gromis, Y Kuai, MC Lens
Housing Policy Debate 31 (3-5), 670-695, 2021
The neighborhood context of eviction in Southern California
MC Lens, K Nelson, A Gromis, Y Kuai
City & Community 19 (4), 912-932, 2020
Zoning, land use, and the reproduction of urban inequality
MC Lens
Annual review of sociology 48, 421-439, 2022
Research roundup: The effect of market-rate development on neighborhood rents
S Phillips, M Manville, M Lens
Neighborhood crime exposure among housing choice voucher households
MC Lens, IG Ellen, K O’Regan
Unpublished report prepared for the US Department of Housing and Urban …, 2011
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