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Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Community Development Investment Center Working Paper
Gentrification, Displacement and the Role of Public Investment: A Literature Review
Miriam Zuk
Ariel Bierbaum
Karen Chapple
Karolina Gorska
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris
Paul Ong
trevor thomas
Abstract

Scholarly interest in the relationship between investment and displacement dates back to the 1970s, in the aftermath of displacement related to urban renewal. More recently, a new wave of scholarship examines gentrification, primarily in strong market cities, and its relationship to public investment, particularly in transit. The results of these studies are mixed, due in part to methodological shortcomings. A primary finding looking across the literature is that there is a need for a new methodology to analyze displacement risk.


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Miriam Zuk & Ariel Bierbaum & Karen Chapple & Karolina Gorska & Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris & Paul Ong & trevor thomas, Gentrification, Displacement and the Role of Public Investment: A Literature Review, Community Development Investment Center Working Paper 2015-55, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, 01 Aug 2015.
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