Rachel Meltzer
Rachel Meltzer
Associate Professor of Urban Policy, The New School
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TitleCited byYear
Silver bullet or Trojan horse? The effects of inclusionary zoning on local housing markets in the United States
J Schuetz, R Meltzer, V Been
Urban Studies 48 (2), 297-329, 2011
772011
31 flavors of inclusionary zoning: Comparing policies from San Francisco, Washington, DC, and suburban Boston
J Schuetz, R Meltzer, V Been
Journal of the American Planning Association 75 (4), 441-456, 2009
712009
Bodegas or bagel shops? Neighborhood differences in retail and household services
R Meltzer, J Schuetz
Economic Development Quarterly 26 (1), 73-94, 2012
662012
Are poor neighborhoods “retail deserts”?
J Schuetz, J Kolko, R Meltzer
Regional Science and Urban Economics 42 (1-2), 269-285, 2012
652012
The effects of inclusionary zoning on local housing markets: Lessons from the San Francisco, Washington, DC, and suburban Boston areas
J Schuetz, R Meltzer, V Been
Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy (New York University …, 2007
282007
Understanding Business Improvement District formation: An analysis of neighborhoods and boundaries
R Meltzer
Journal of Urban Economics 71 (1), 66-78, 2012
252012
What drives the diffusion of inclusionary zoning?
R Meltzer, J Schuetz
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29 (3), 578-602, 2010
232010
Gentrification and small business: Threat or opportunity?
R Meltzer
Cityscape 18 (3), 57-86, 2016
212016
How are homeowners associations capitalized into property values?
R Meltzer, R Cheung
Regional Science and Urban Economics 46, 93-102, 2014
202014
Homeowners associations and the demand for local land use regulation
R Cheung, R Meltzer
Journal of Regional Science 53 (3), 511-534, 2013
192013
Neighbourhood differences in retail turnover: Evidence from New York City
R Meltzer, S Capperis
Urban Studies 54 (13), 3022-3057, 2017
182017
Does gentrification increase employment opportunities in low-income neighborhoods?
R Meltzer, P Ghorbani
Regional Science and Urban Economics 66, 52-73, 2017
172017
Housing affordability and health: evidence from New York City
R Meltzer, A Schwartz
Housing Policy Debate 26 (1), 80-104, 2016
172016
Do homeowners associations mitigate or aggravate negative spillovers from neighboring homeowner distress?
R Cheung, C Cunningham, R Meltzer
Journal of Housing Economics 24, 75-88, 2014
142014
'Clean and Safe'for All? The Interaction between Business Improvement Districts and Local Government in the Provision of Public Goods
R Meltzer
The Interaction between Business Improvement Districts and Local Government …, 2010
142010
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
132016
Why and where do homeowners associations form?
R Cheung, R Meltzer
Cityscape 16 (3), 69-92, 2014
112014
Do homeowners associations affect citywide segregation? Evidence from Florida municipalities
R Meltzer
Housing Policy Debate 23 (4), 688-713, 2013
102013
Silver bullet or Trojan horse
J Schuetz, R Meltzer, V Been
The effects of inclusionary zoning on local housing markets in Greater …, 2009
92009
Is the ‘Shop Around the Corner’a Luxury or a Nuisance? The relationship between income and neighborhood retail patterns
J Schuetz, J Kolko, R Meltzer
The Relationship between Income and Neighborhood Retail Patterns (September …, 2010
62010
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