GCI MAJOR REPORT SERIES 1974 - 1995 //
1) A. Rose, Citizen Participation in Urban Renewal, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, 1974, (Part V, National Housing Act, CMHC), 319 pp.
2) L. Curry and R. D. MacKinnon, Aggregative Dynamic Urban Models Oriented Towards Policy, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, 1974, (Ministry of State for Urban Affairs CMHC), 419 pp.
3) L. W. Kennedy, Adapting To New Environments Residential Mobility From The Mover's Point of View, Centre for Urban and Community Studies and Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, 1975, 199 pp.
4) W. Michelson, Time-Budgets and Social Activity - Volume 1, Centre for Urban and Community Studies, (Statistics Canada), 207 pp.
5) F.G. Schliewinsky, A Systems Approach to Neighborhood Change: Metropolitan Toronto 1951-1971, Centre for Urban and Community Studies and Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Toronto, 1975, (Cadillac-Fairview Corporation), 133 pp.
6) H.F. Andrews and H.J. Breslauer, User Satisfaction And Participation: Preliminary Findings from a Case Study of Cooperative Housing, March 1975, (Ministry of State for Urban Affairs), 331 pp.
7) C.M. Biernacki, Housing Stock Trends: A Summary. Canada, Ontario and Toronto, May 1976, (Connaught Fund), 87 pp.
8) P. Brown, Some Perspectives on the Toronto Housing Market, January 1977, 63 pp.
9) S.M. McKinnon, Traditional Rural Architecture in Quebec 1600-1800, Centre for Urban and Community Studies and Centre for Medieval Studies, April 1976, (Cadillac-Fairview Corporation), 113 pp.
10) P.S. Morrison, Data Sources on Residential Change And the Housing Market. A Guide To Contemporary Sources and Tests of Bias in Residential Property Data in Metropolitan Toronto, March 1977, 76 pp.
11) C.M. Biernacki, Temporal Perspectives on the Toronto Housing Market: Descriptive Indices and Time Series, June 1977, Urban Housing Markets Program, 96 pp.
12) C.M. Biernacki, Tests of the Temporal Sensitivity of The Toronto Housing Market, July 1977, 61 pp.
13) J.R. Rudin, The Changing Structure of the Land Development Industry in the Toronto Area, February 1978, 68 pp.
14) A.E. Andreae, Senior Citizen's Housing, Locational Considerations and Social Implications, August 1978, 86 pp.
15) L.S. Bourne and J.W. Simmons, Canadian Settlement Trends: An Examination of the Spatial Pattern of Growth, 1971-1976, March 1979, 144 pp.
16) K.Willson, Housing Rehabilitation in Canada: A Review of Policy Goals and Program Design, February 1980, 44 pp.
17) Beyond the White Paper: Planning for People in the 80's: Proceedings of a Conference, J. Hitchcock, J. Kjellberg, eds., October 1980, 88 pp.
18) K.Willson, Housing Improvement in England and Wales: A History and Comparative Review, February 1980, 75 pp.
19) J. Hitchcock, Neighbourhood Form & Convenience: A City-Suburban Comparison, April 1981, 62 pp.
20) J.R. Hitchcock, E. Lewis, The Luxury Condominium Market in Toronto, November 1981, 52 pp.
21) Barry Pinsky, The Urban Problematic in Mozambique: Initial Post-Independence Responses, 1975-80, December 1982, 52 pp.
22) Robert Dowler, Housing-Related Tax Expenditures: An Overview and Evaluation, January 1983, 87 pp.
23) J.W. Simmons, L.S. Bourne, Recent Trends and Patterns in Canadian Settlement 1976-1981, July 1984, 63 pp.
24) L.S. Bourne, A.M. Baker, W. Kalbach, R. Cressman, D. Green, Canada's Ethnic Mosaic: Characteristics and Patterns of Ethnic Origin Groups in Urban Areas, July 1986, 174 pp.
25) J.W. Simmons, L.S. Bourne, Urban Growth Trends in Canada, 1981-86: A New Geography of Change, December 1989, 69 pp.
26) R. Stren, P. McCarney, Urban Research in the Developing World: Towards an Agenda for the 1990s, October 1992, 72 pp.
27) Wayne C. Reeves, Visions for the Metropolitan Toronto Waterfront, I: Toward Comprehensive Planning, 1832-1935, December 1992, 109 pp.
28) Wayne C. Reeves, Visions for the Metropolitan Toronto Waterfront„ II: Forging a Regional Identity, 1913-68, April 1993, 145 pp.
29) Richard Sandbrook and Mohamed Halfani, Empowering People: Building Community, Civil Associations, and Legality in Africa, 1993, 209 pp.
30) Caroline O.N. Moser with Linda Peake, Seeing the Invisible: Women, Gender and Urban Development, September 1994, 50 pp.
31) Richard M. Bird, Financing Local Services: Patterns, Problems and Possibilities, February, 1995, 50pp.
32) Larry S. Bourne, Urban Growth and Population redistribution in North America: A Diverse and Unequal Landscape, May 1995, 41 pp.
33) Larry S. Bourne, New Urban and Regional Geographies in Canada: 1986-91 and Beyond, July 1995, 74 pp.
34) Urban Regions in a Global Context: Directions for the Greater Toronto Area. Proceedings of a conference held at University of Toronto October 18-20 1995, vii 153 pp.