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I am currently working on three projects that all concern housing issues, particularly mortgage and tax foreclosures. These events contributed to the recent financial crisis and have been exacerbated by it. My research focuses attempting to understand the events "on the ground" by looking at how, why and where foreclosures happen. At the same time I am interested in the larger theoretical issues surrounding housing and it serves as an intermediary bringing the influences of global capital to neighborhood change.
|The Process of Foreclosure: Lucas County, Ohio|
|Foreclosures in New York City|
In this project I am working with Xueying Chen (MA Toledo, 2010) and Benjamin Teresa both of Rutgers University to analyze a rich dataset collected by the Center for New York City Neighborhoods. CNYCN has provided a small grant to fund the initial analysis which we started in the summer of 2011.
|Financialization and Tax Foreclosures – Another Way to Foreclose|
|Wyly, Elvin; Moos, Markus; Hammel, Daniel and Kabahizi, Emanuel 2009, "Cartographies of Race and Class: Mapping the Class-Monopoly Rents of American Subprime Mortgage Capital." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33.2:332-354.|
|Hammel, D. J. 2008, "The Foreclosure Crisis: Ideological Struggles and Research Challenges." Urban Gography, 29:772-778. In, Crump, J., Newman, K., Belsky, E., Ashton, P., Kaplan, D., Hammel, D. and Wyly, E. 2008 "Cities Destroyed (Again) for Cash: Forum on the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis." Urban Geography, 29:745-784.|
|Wyly, E.K. and D. J. Hammel, 2008, "Commentary: Urban Policy Frontiers." Urban Studies, 45.12:2643-2648.|
|Hammel, D. J. 2006, "Public Housing Chicago Style: Transformation or Elimination?" In Chicago's Geographies: A 21stCentury Metropolis. pp. 172-188. Richard P. Greene, Mark J. Bouman and Dennis Grammenos, eds. Association of American Geographers, Washington D. C.|
|Wyly, E.K., M. Atia, H. Foxcroft, D. J. Hammel and K. Phillips-Watts, 2006, "American Home: Predatory Mortgage Capital and New Spaces of Neighborhood Inequality in the United States." Geografiska Annaler B, 88: 105 – 132.|
Han Li (2011) Thesis Title: Modeling gentrification on census tract level in Chicago from 1990 to 2000
Xueying Chen (2010) Thesis Title: An Analysis of the Pattern of Mortgage Foreclosures in Lucas County, Ohio.
Jaerin Chung (2010) Thesis Title: A Quantitative Assessment of the HOPE VI Program from 1993 to 1998.
Weronika Kusek (2010) Thesis Title: The Possibility for Spatially Clustered Developments of LGBT Neighborhoods in Poznan,
|Michael S. Moore||Evaluating changes in mortgage lending in Toledo before and after the financial crisis.|
|Verl Luse||Evaluating shrinking cities in Detroit|