William M. Rohe

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
"William Rohe"
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Breazeale G, Webb MD, Rohe WM. (2020) Evaluating School Quality of Housing Choice Voucher Recipients Southeastern Geographer. 60: 100-120
Jaramillo A, Rohe WM, Webb MD. (2020) Neighborhood Opportunity and Satisfaction Among Housing Choice Voucher Recipients: A Subjective Well-Being Perspective Housing Policy Debate. 30: 703-717
Webb MD, Rohe WM, Nguyen MT, et al. (2017) Finding HOPE: Changes in depressive symptomology following relocation from distressed public housing. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 190: 165-173
Rohe WM. (2017) Tackling the Housing Affordability Crisis Housing Policy Debate. 27: 490-494
Rohe WM, Webb MD, Frescoln KP. (2016) Work Requirements in Public Housing: Impacts on Tenant Employment and Evictions Housing Policy Debate. 1-19
Rohe WM, Key C, Grinstein-Weiss M, et al. (2016) The Impacts of Individual Development Accounts, Assets, and Debt on Future Orientation and Psychological Depression Journal of Policy Practice. 1-22
Webb MD, Frescoln KP, Rohe WM. (2016) Innovation in US public housing: a critique of the moving to work demonstration International Journal of Housing Policy. 16: 111-124
Nguyen MT, Webb M, Rohe W, et al. (2016) Beyond Neighborhood Quality: The Role of Residential Instability, Employment Access, and Location Affordability in Shaping Work Outcomes for HOPE VI Participants Housing Policy Debate. 26: 733-749
Nguyen MT, Rohe W, Frescoln K, et al. (2016) Mobilizing social capital: Which informal and formal supports affect employment outcomes for HOPE VI residents? Housing Studies. 1-24
Grinstein-Weiss M, Sherraden M, Gale WG, et al. (2015) Effects of an Individual Development Account Program on Retirement Saving: Follow-up Evidence From a Randomized Experiment. Journal of Gerontological Social Work. 58: 572-89
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