Mayoral Political Ideology and Affordable Housing: A Comparative Analysis of the Koch and Bloomberg Administrations in the City of New York

Ji Hyeon Jeong
This paper examines the relationship between mayoral political ideology and siting decisions for affordable housing during two different periods in New York City. On the overarching goal of housing programs—the supply of housing affordable to low-income families and thus sustainable development—the United States government had endeavored to meet two trends: (1) the geographical and social integration of communities composed of households of varying incomes and other socio-economic traits, and (2) the encouragement of private investment,...
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