Professor Vicki Been is faculty director of the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy, and is cross-appointed to NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Over the past year, she has published a number of works, including “Decoding the Foreclosure Crisis: Causes, Responses, and Consequences” in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (with Sewin Chan, Ingrid Gould Ellen and Josiah R. Madar), and “Minimum Parking Requirements and Housing Affordability in New York City,” published in Housing Policy Debate (with Josiah R. Madar and Simon McDonnell). Been also published “Silver Bullet or Trojan Horse?: The Effects of Inclusionary Zoning on Local Housing Markets” in Urban Studies with Jenny Schuetz and Rachel Meltzer.
Several works are forthcoming, including “Pathways After Default: What Happens to Distressed Mortgage Borrowers and Their Properties?” with Sewin Chan, Claudia Sharygin, and Andrew Haughwout, which will be published in the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics. Another forthcoming paper, “Urban Land Use Regulation: Are Homevoters Overtaking the Growth Machine?” with Josiah Madar and Simon McDonnell will appear in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies and “Sticky Seconds: The Problems Second Liens Pose to the Resolution of Distressed Mortgages,” with Howell Jackson and Mark Willis is being published in the NYU Journal of Law and Business.