GCI RESEARCH PAPERS //

243) Dirk J. Rodricks and Kathleen Gallagher with Julius Haag and Scot Wortley; Caroline Fusco, Amanda DeLisio and Danielle Dicarlo; Lance McCready, Crossing Places: A Review of Urban Youth Policy 1960s - 2010s, October 2018, 79 pp., ISSN 0316-0068,

ISBN 978-0-7727-9129-0

242) Philippa Campsie, Neighborhood Change: Rooming houses in Toronto, 1997–2018, April 2018, 87 pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-9128-3.

239) Jessica Carrière, Neighbourhood Collective Efficacy: A Scoping Review of Existing Research, July 2016, iv, 40 pp., ISSN 0316-0068
ISBN 978-0-7727-9125-2.

237) Craig E. Jones, Transit-Oriented Development and Gentrification in Metro Vancouver’s Low-Income SkyTrain Corridor, July 2015, vi, 40 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-9123-8.

 

235) Greg Suttor, Rental Housing Dynamics and Lower-Income Neighbourhoods in Canada, May 2015, vi, 50 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-9119-1.

 

234) Robert Murdie, Richard Maaranen, and Jennifer Logan, Eight Canadian Metropolitan Areas: Spatial Patterns of Neighbourhood Change 1981-2006 - A Typology Based on a Combined Statistical Analysis of Census Tract Data, October 2014, vi, 85 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-9117-7

 

232) Stephanie Procyk, Understanding Income Inequality in Canada, 1980-2014, October 2014, vi, 35 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-9114-6.  

 

231) Emily Paradis, Ruth Marie Wilson and Jennifer Logan, Nowhere Else to Go: Inadequate Housing & Risk of Homelessness Among Families in Toronto's Aging Rental Buildings, March 2014, viii, 39 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-9113-9. Executive Summary.

 

230) Amy Twigge-Molecey, The Spatial Patterning of Wealth and Poverty in the Montréal Region, 1971–2006: A Literature Review October 2013, vi, 53pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 13 978-0-7727-1494-0.

 

229) Robert Murdie, Jennifer Logan and Richard Maaranen, Eight Canadian Metropolitan Areas: Who Lived Where in 2006? September 2013, vi, 44 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1492-3. In this PDF: 9 maps from Section 6 followed by Figure 3 in higher resolution than possible in the full report.

 

228) Jim Simmons and Larry Bourne, The Canadian Urban System in 2011: Looking Back and Projecting Forward, August 2013, iv, 37 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1491-6.

 

227) Alan Walks, Income Inequality and Polarization in Canada's Cities: An Examination and New Form of Measurement, August 2013, 116pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-1486-2.

 

226) Katharine N. Rankin, Kuni Kamizaki,and Heather McLean, The State of Business in Mount Dennis: Disinvestment and Gentrification in Toronto’s Inner-Suburbs, November 2013, vii, 70pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1485-5.

 

225) Rhonda Cheryl Solomon, A Comparative Policy Analysis of Public Toilet Provision Initiatives in North American Cities: Recommendations for the Creation of a Public Toilet Strategy in Toronto, June 2013, 53pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1484-8.

 

224) Jill Black, The Financing and Economics of Affordable Housing Development: Incentives and Disincentives to Private-Sector Participation, September 2012, 50pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1479-4.

 

223) David Ley and Nicholas Lynch, Divisions and Disparities in Lotus-Land: Socio-Spatial Income Polarization in Greater Vancouver, 1970-2005 October 2012, 38pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1489-3.

 

222) Damaris Rose and Amy Twigge-Molecey, A City-Region Growing Apart? Taking Stock of Income Disparity in Greater Montréal, 1970-2005, January 2013, 65pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1488-6.

 

222F) (version français) Damaris Rose et Amy Twigge-Molecey, Une métropole à trois vitesses? Bilan sur les écarts de revenu dans le Grand Montréal, 1970-2005, Janvier 2013, 67pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1490-9. Court version.

 

221) Jim Simmon, The Evolution of Commercial Structure in the North American City: A Toronto Case Study, April 2012, 30pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1487-9.

 

220) Deborah Cowen and Vanessa Parlette, Inner Suburbs at Stake: Investing in Social Infrastructure in Scarborough, June 2011, 86pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1482-4.

 

219) Jim Simmons, Larry Bourne, and Shizue Kamikihara, The Changing Economy of Urban Neighbourhoods: An Exploration of Place of Work Data for the Greater Toronto Region, December 2009, 44 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1477-0.

 

218) Greg Suttor, Rental Paths from Postwar to Present: Canada Compared, December 2009, 59 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1476-3.

 

217) Michael Noble, Lovely Spaces in Unknown Places: Creative City Building in Toronto’s Inner Suburbs, March 2009, 50 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1474-9.

 

216) Jason Hackworth, Habitat for Humanity and the Neoliberal Media: A Comparison of News Coverage in Canada and the United States, March 2009, 39 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1473-2.

 

215) David Wachsmuth, From Abandonment to Affordable Housing: Policy Options for Addressing Toronto’s Abandonment Problem, November 2008, 48 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1472-5.

 

214) Katharine N. Rankin, with the assistance of Jim Delaney, Courtney Hood, Justin Ngan and Sabin Ninglekhu, Commercial Change in Toronto’s West-Central Neighbourhoods, September 2008 ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1471-8.

 

213) Emily Paradis, Sylvia Novac, Monica Sarty, J. David Hulchanski, Better Off in a Shelter? A Year of Homelessness and Housing among Status Immigrant, Non-Status Migrant, and Canadian-Born Families, July 2008, 89 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1469-5.

 

212) Duncan Maclennan, Housing for the Toronto Economy, July 2008, 72 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1468-8.

 

211) R. Alan Walks and Richard Maaranen, The Timing, Patterning, & Forms of Gentrification & Neighbourhood Change in Montreal, Toronto, & Vancouver, 1961 to 2001, May 2008, 109 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1465-7.

 

210) Jason Hackworth, Neoliberalism, Social Welfare, and the Politics of Faith in the United States, June 2007, 36 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1459-6.

 

209) Paul Hess, André Sorensen, and Kate Parizeau, Urban Density in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, May 2007, 69 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1455-8.

 

208) Jordana Ross, Balancing Supportive Housing with Civic Engagement, March 2007, 32 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1454-1.

 

207) Sylvia Novac, Joe Hermer and Emily Paradis, Justice and Injustice: Homelessness, Crime, Victimization, and the Criminal Justice System, November 2006, 189 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1451-7.

 

206) Sylvia Novac, Emily Paradis, Joyce Brown, and Heather Morton, A Visceral Grief: Young Homeless Mothers and Loss of Child Custody, October 2006, 74 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1450-9.

 

205) Jim Simmons and Shizue Kamikihara, with the assistance of Larry Bourne and Irma Escamilla, The North American Urban System: The Limits to Continental Integration, October 2006, 59 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1449-5.

 

204) Sirine El Kalache, Limin Fang, Abigail Moriah, Luz Rodríguez, and Melissa Tapper, Taking the Pulse: Gauging Neighbourhood Change in Toronto’s Downtown West End, May 2005, 68 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1445-2.

 

203) Jason Hackworth and Josephine Rekers, Ethnic Identity, Place Marketing, and Gentrification in Toronto, April 2005, 26 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1442-8.

 

202) Jim Simmons, Larry S. Bourne, and Jeffrey Cantos, How Cities Grow: A Study of Time Series Data for Canadian Cities, November 2004, 57 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1439-8.

 

201) Jim Simmons and Larry S. Bourne, Urban Growth and Decline in Canada, 1971-2001: Explanations and Implications, February 2004, 43 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1431-2.