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Thursday, March 20 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
TH3.18 Learning from Latin America in Texas: How Housing Informality Continues to Trump Formality [SPECIAL TRACK: URBAN ISSUES IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN]

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Moderator: Peter Ward, University of Texas at Austin


  • Vacant Lots and Property Abandonment: Colonias and Informal Subdivisions in Texas
    Peter Ward, University of Texas at Austin; Noah Durst, University of Texas at Austin

  • Low-Income Homeowners in Texas: Trends of Informality and Policy Implications
    Heather Way, University of Texas at Austin Law School; Lucille Wood, University of Texas at Austin Law School

  • The Rise of Renters and Renting in Texas Colonias
    Noah Durst, University of Texas at Austin

  • Energy, Housing and Income in South Texas Colonias
    Carlos Olmedo, University of Texas at Austin




Presenters
avatar for Noah Durst

Noah Durst

LBJ School of Public Affairs, U. of Texas at Austin
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Carlos Olmedo

University of Texas at Austin (LBJ School of Public Affairs)
My dissertation research investigates the intersection between poverty, human capital and low income housing along the Texas-Mexico border.
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Peter Ward

Assoc Dean of Research, LBJ SChool of Public Affairs, University of Texas-Ausitin
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Heather Way

University of Texas at Austin Law School

Co-Authors
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Lucille Wood

University of Texas at Austin Law School

Moderators
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Peter Ward

Assoc Dean of Research, LBJ SChool of Public Affairs, University of Texas-Ausitin

Thursday March 20, 2014 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Camino Real Room (Westin 1st Floor)