Associate Professor of Planning, Policy & Design
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
housing policy, community development, social inequality, urbanization, urban politics, regionalism, and environmental hazards
Web Links of Research Sites
Professor Basolo's Personal Home Page (under revision)
- Basolo, V. 2013. Examining Mobility Outcomes in the Housing Choice Voucher Program: Neighborhood Poverty, Employment, and Public School Quality. Cityscape 15(2):179-197.
- Houston, D., Basolo, V., and D. Yang. 2013. Walkability, Transit Access, and Traffic Exposure for Low-Income Residents with Subsidized Housing. American Journal of Public Health 103(4):673-678.
- Nguyen, M., Basolo, V. and A. Tiwari. 2012. Opposition to Affordable Housing in the U.S.: Debate Framing and the Responses of Local Actors. Housing Theory and Society.
- Basolo, V. 2012. Housing and Urban Sustainability in the United States. Urban Sustainability: A Global Perspective, Igor Vojnovic (Ed.). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, pp. 435-474.
- Basolo, V. 2011. Inclusionary Housing: the Controversy Continues. Town Planning Review 82(2):i-vi.
- Basolo, V. and D. Lowery. 2010. Delineating the Regional Market in Studies of Inter-City Competition. Urban Geography 31(3):369-384.
- Basolo, V. and M.T. Nguyen. 2009. Immigrants’ Housing Search and Neighborhood Conditions: A Comparative Analysis of Housing Choice Voucher Holders. Cityscape 11(3):99-126.
- Basolo, V., Steinberg, L.J., Burby, R.J., Levine, J.N., Cruz, A.M. and C. Huang. 2009. The Effects of Confidence in Government and Information on Perceived and Actual Preparedness for Disasters. Environment and Behavior 41(3):338-364.
- Basolo, V. and C. Scally. 2008. State Innovations in Affordable Housing Policy: Lessons from California and New Jersey. Housing Policy Debate 19(4):741-774.
- Basolo, V. 2007. Explaining the Support for Homeownership in U.S. Cities: A Political Economy Perspective. Housing Studies: 22(1):99-119.
- Basolo, V. and M.T. Nguyen. 2005. Does Mobility Matter? An Analysis of Housing Voucher Holders’ Neighborhood Conditions by Race and Ethnicity. Housing Policy Debate 16(3/4):297-324.