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Samuel Stein
Samuel Stein
CUNY Graduate Center
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Capital city: Gentrification and the real estate state
S Stein
Verso Books, 2019
3092019
Progress for whom, toward what? Progressive politics and New York City’s mandatory inclusionary housing
S Stein
Journal of Urban Affairs 40 (6), 770-781, 2018
382018
Bike lanes and gentrification
S Stein
Progressive Planning 188, 34-37, 2011
342011
‘Stay Home Without a Home’: Report from a webinar on the right to housing in Covid-19 lockdown times
G Accornero, M Harb, AF Magalh„es, FG Santos, G Semi, S Stein, ...
Radical Housing Journal 2, 197-201, 2020
132020
Post-neoliberal housing policy? Disentangling recent reforms in New York, Berlin and Vienna
J Kadi, L Vollmer, S Stein
European Urban and Regional Studies 28 (4), 353-374, 2021
102021
De Blasio’s doomed housing plan
S Stein
Jacobin Magazine, 2014
102014
Precarity and gentrification: A feedback loop
S Stein
Metropolitics, 2015
82015
The housing crisis and the rise of the real estate state
S Stein
New Labor Forum 28 (3), 52-60, 2019
52019
The Zone Defense
S Stein
Jacobin, June 4, 2019
52019
How the Trumps got rich
S Stein
Jacobin (4/8/16). https://www. jacobinmag. com/2016/08/trump-real-estate†…, 2016
52016
Public land revisited: municipalization and privatization in Newark and New York City
S Stein, O Mironova
International Planning Studies 25 (3), 247-260, 2020
42020
Where does public land come from? Municipalization and privatization debates
O Mironova, S Stein
42018
Gentrification and the Future of Work in New York City’s “Chinatowns”
T Hum, S Stein
Asian American Matters: A New York Anthology, 207-216, 2017
22017
La Guardia’s Heir
S Stein
Jacobin, 2015
22015
Labor, Land Use, and the Luxury City
S Stein
City University of New York, 2020
12020
Working-Class Institutions, Amazon and The Politics of Local Economic Development in Western Queens
J DeFilippis, S Stein
Urban Affairs Review, 10780874221100695, 2022
2022
Progress for whom, toward what? Progressive politics and New York City's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing: The Journal of Urban Affairs, 2017
S Stein
The Affordable Housing Reader, 355-366, 2022
2022
Three Generations of Trump Schemes: The private side of planning history
S Stein
Political Landscapes of Donald Trump, 55-66, 2020
2020
Rights in Transit: Public Transportation and the Right to the City in California's East Bay
J Shell, J Cidell, S Stein, N Klein, J Villanueva, KA Attoh
The AAG Review of Books 8 (1), 54-62, 2020
2020
Samuel Stein: Gentrification and the Real Estate State
S Stein
2019
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