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Putting Exclusionary Zoning in Its Place: Affordable Housing and Geographical Scale
(Fordhan Urban Law Journal, 2013)
The term “exclusionary zoning” typically describes a particular phenomenon: suburban large-lot zoning that reduces the supply of developable land and drives up housing prices. But exclusionary zoning in its modern form ...
Affirmative Constitutional Commitments: The State's Obligations to Property Owners
(Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Journal, 2013)
This Essay, prepared for the 2012 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference, argues that social obligation theories in property generate previously unrecognized obligations on the State. Leading property scholars, like ...