Harvard-MIT Joint Center for Urban Studies Series

This series was published under the auspices of the Joint Center for Urban Studies, a cooperative venture of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University. The Joint Center was founded in 1959 to organize and encourage research on urban and regional problems. Participants have included scholars from the fields of anthropology, architecture, business, city planning, economics, education, engineering, history, law, philosophy, political science, and sociology. This series is no longer active.

Land-Use Controls in the United States

John Delafons

Mar 17, 2003

Regional Policy

John Friedmann, William Alonso

Mar 17, 2003

Planning a Pluralist City

Donald Appleyard

Mar 17, 2003

The Public Library and the City

Ralph W. Conant

Mar 17, 2003

Daughters of the State

Barbara Brenzel

Oct 21, 1985

Regions and Resources

David Kresge, Daniel Seiver, Oliver Goldsmith, Michael Scott

May 09, 1984

Discrimination in Mortgage Lending

Robert Schafer, Helen F. Ladd

Dec 09, 1981

The Environmental Protection Hustle

Bernard J. Frieden

Apr 08, 1981

The Prospective City

Arthur P. Solomon

Mar 09, 1981

Seasonal Cycles in the Housing Market

Kenneth T. Rosen, Edward W. Brooke

Aug 13, 1979