Degree Granting Department
Geography, Environment and Planning
Elizabeth Strom, Ph.D.
Ambe Njoh, Ph.D.
Robin Jones, M.P.S and M.B.A.
housing, neighborhoods, public policy, neighborhood stabilization, real estate, Florida
In 2008 the Federal government enacted a Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) to address the neighborhood effects of the late-2000s foreclosure crisis. Congress subsequently funded a second and third NSP. This research employs mixed methods to examine the effectiveness of the first round of the NSP in three Florida jurisdictions. The results are analyzed within the larger context of substantive housing theory and federal housing policy. The success of the program is evaluated using a mixed-scanning procedural planning theoretical framework.
Scholar Commons Citation
Mccarthy, Kevin Carl, "Federal Neighborhood Stabilization Policy Deployment in Select Florida Jurisdictions" (2012). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.