Scholarship on affordable housing in the United States generally focuses on understanding and alleviating barriers that lower-income households face in accessing quality housing within their financial means. Governmental policies meant to address these barriers are made and implemented today by complex partnerships between public, private, and nonprofit sector actors at multiple levels of government.
Dr. Scally has examined the determinants and processes of housing policy adoption, adaptation, and implementation across multiple actors in the United States, with a focus on understanding the outcomes of increasingly decentralized policies and programs for assisted lower-income households and the communities where they live
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
- Brucker, Debra and Corianne Payton Scally. 2015. Linking Public Housing, Employment, and Disability Benefits for Working-Age People with Disabilities. Housing and Society DOI: 10.1080/08882746.2015.1076130
- Kleit, Rachel Garshick, Seungbeom Kang & Corianne Payton Scally. 2015. Why Do Housing Mobility Programs Fail in Moving Households to Better Neighborhoods? Housing Policy Debate DOI: 10.1080/10511482.2015.1033440
- Scally, Corianne Payton and J. Rosie Tighe. 2015. Democracy in Action: NIMBY as Impediment to Equitable Affordable Housing Siting. Housing Studies DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2015.1013093
- Scally, Corianne Payton. 2013. The Nuances of NIMBY: Context and Perceptions of Affordable Rental Housing Development. Urban Affairs Review 49(5): 718-747.
- Scally, Corianne Payton. 2012. “Community Development Corporations, Policy Networks, and the Rescaling of Community Development Advocacy.” Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy 30(4): 712-729.
- Scally, Corianne Payton and Richard Koenig. 2012. “Beyond NIMBY & Poverty Deconcentration: Reframing the Outcomes of Affordable Rental Housing Development.” Housing Policy Debate 22(3): 435-461.
- Scally, Corianne Payton. 2012. “The Past and Future of Housing Policy Innovation: The Case of U.S. State Housing Trust Funds.” Housing Studies 27(1): 127-150.
- Scally, Corianne P. 2009. State Housing Finance Agencies 40 Years Later: Major or Minor Players in Affordable Housing?” Journal of Planning Education and Research 29(2): 194-212.
- Basolo, Victoria and Corianne P. Scally. 2008. “State Innovations in Affordable Housing Policy: Lessons from California and New Jersey.” Housing Policy Debate 19(4): 741-774.
- Glickman, Norman J. and Corianne P. Scally. 2008. “Can Community and Education Organizing Improve Inner-City Schools?” Journal of Urban Affairs 30(5): 557-577.
- Restoring Confidence in the CDC Model. Shelterforce (Winter 2012/2013) Special Issue: Time to Rethink CDCs?
- Coming Together…And Staying Together: Lessons from Three Decades of State CDC Network Formation. Shelterforce (Winter 2012/2013) Special Issue: Time to Rethink CDCs?
- Decoding Housing Finance Agencies. Shelterforce Summer 2008 (154): 34-37.
- Housing Ex-Offenders. Shelterforce January/February 2005 (139): 10-11.