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Whether deconcentrating poverty lowers crime or does not depends on whether there are nonlinearities in the relationship between crime and poverty.
Political problems aside, HUD's entire $70 million national MTO budget would have only a minor impact on deconcentrating public housing in New York City.
Considerable progress has been made in deconcentrating health budgets.
Malaysia has overtime sought to strengthen decentralised decision-making by strengthening local governments and by deconcentrating federal government functions.
six years, in the direction of deconcentrating poverty and promoting
Deconcentrating poverty, according to Rusk, is a regional responsibility and can be accomplished through regional land use planning, fair-share housing policies, and regional revenue-sharing programs.
The findings are similar to those for urban markets: Higher levels of the HHI, both deposits-based and loan-based, are associated with progressively smaller markets; the effect of including out-of-market CRA lenders in the loan-based HHIs is pronounced; and as the population of the market decreases, the deconcentrating effect of out-of-market lenders appears to increase.
14) Such a program should include, for example, rehabilitating the existing housing stock that is capable of being renovated and demolishing the existing housing that is beyond repair, deconcentrating developments, integrating by race and income level, and enlarging recreational and community programs.
Downs, a panelist, told conference attendees: "Until we do something about deconcentrating the 10 million who live in areas of extreme poverty" we are not going to be able to make much headway in solving the housing problem for these people.
hopes of creating "more" firms and deconcentrating the market.
Recently, theorists and policymakers have taken Wilson's poverty concentration thesis and argued that if concentrated poverty contributes to unwanted behavior and social ills, then deconcentrating poverty should reverse this effect.
Neighborhood Impacts of Deconcentrating Assisted Housing.
They also dispute the report's assertion that the current system has been unsuccessful in deconcentrating poverty and promoting mobility of low-income families.