Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Stock (firearms) and Metropolitan area and Archaeology. Stock (firearms) is often connected to Archaeology in her work. Her research on Economic growth frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Housing discrimination. Her study ties her expertise on Economic growth together with the subject of Housing discrimination. She performs integrative Affordable housing and Public housing research in her work. She integrates Public housing and Affordable housing in her research. Her study brings together the fields of Zip code and Demographic economics. Her studies link Demographic economics with Zip code. Ingrid Gould Ellen regularly links together related areas like Foreclosure in her Finance studies.
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Does neighborhood matter? Assessing recent evidence
Ingrid Gould Ellen;Margery Austin Turner.
Housing Policy Debate (1997)
Neighborhood Effects on Health: Exploring the Links and Assessing the Evidence
Ingrid Gould Ellen;Tod Mijanovich;Keri Nicole Dillman.
Journal of Urban Affairs (2001)
Neighborhood effects of concentrated mortgage foreclosures
Jenny Schuetz;Vicki Been;Ingrid Gould Ellen.
Journal of Housing Economics (2008)
Sharing America’s Neighborhoods: The Prospects for Stable Racial Integration
Ingrid Gould Ellen.
The external effects of place-based subsidized housing
Amy Ellen Schwartz;Ingrid Gould Ellen;Ioan Voicu;Michael H. Schill.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2006)
How low income neighborhoods change: Entry, exit, and enhancement
Ingrid Gould Ellen;Katherine M. O'Regan.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2011)
Do foreclosures cause crime
Ingrid Gould Ellen;Johanna Lacoe;Johanna Lacoe;Claudia Ayanna Sharygin;Claudia Ayanna Sharygin.
Journal of Urban Economics (2013)
Building Homes, Reviving Neighborhoods: Spillovers from Subsidized Construction of Owner-Occupied Housing in New York City
Ingrid Ellen;Michael H. Schill;Amy Ellen Schwartz;Scott Susin.
Journal of Housing Research (2001)
High Stakes in the Classroom, High Stakes on the Street: The Effects of Community Violence on Student’s Standardized Test Performance
Patrick Sharkey;Amy Ellen Schwartz;Ingrid Gould Ellen;Johanna Lacoe.
Sociological Science (2014)
Is Segregation Bad for Your Health? The Case of Low Birth Weight
Ingrid Gould Ellen.
Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs (2000)
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