Build Baby Build?: Housing Submarkets and Effects of New Construction on Existing Rents

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Co-authored with Christopher Frenier at the University Minnesota, this project explores the effects of new, market-rate construction on existing rents. A draft working paper available is available here.

A previous version of this paper was presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference (UAA) in 2019. Click here for a recent slide deck.

This project is made possible by support from the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) and the Minnesota Housing Partnership (MHP)

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Anthony Damiano
PhD Candidate, Graduate Research Assistant

I am finishing my PhD in urban planning at the University of Minnesota. I study housing policy and community development.