Lynn Ross, executive director of ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, was recently named to the editorial advisory board of Housing Policy Debate. Launched in 1990, Housing Policy Debate is published quarterly and provides a venue for original research relating to U.S. housing policy. Journal articles cover a range of subjects including affordable housing policy, fair housing policy, land use regulations influencing housing affordability, metropolitan development trends, and linkages among housing policy and energy, environmental, and transportation policy. The journal is edited by Tom Sanchez, PhD, urban affairs & Planning at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Other newly appointed members of the editorial advisory board include: Paul A. Jargowsky, PhD, professor of public policy and director of the Center for Urban Research and Urban Education, Rutgers University–Camden; Jeffrey Lubell, director of housing initiatives, Abt Associates; and Lisa A. Sturtevant, PhD, executive director, Center for Housing Policy and vice president for research, National Housing Conference.
Learn more about Housing Policy Debate here.