Jacob William Faber
Jacob William Faber
Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Service, New York University
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Where, when, why, and for whom do residential contexts matter? Moving away from the dichotomous understanding of neighborhood effects
P Sharkey, JW Faber
Annual review of sociology 40 (1), 559-579, 2014
We Built This: Consequences of New Deal Era Intervention in America’s Racial Geography
JW Faber
American Sociological Review 85 (5), 739-775, 2020
Racial dynamics of subprime mortgage lending at the peak
JW Faber
Housing Policy Debate 23 (2), 328-349, 2013
Effect of neighborhood stigma on economic transactions
M Besbris, JW Faber, P Rich, P Sharkey
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (16), 4994-4998, 2015
The long-run effects of the 1930s HOLC “redlining” maps on place-based measures of economic opportunity and socioeconomic success
D Aaronson, J Faber, D Hartley, B Mazumder, P Sharkey
Regional Science and Urban Economics 86, 103622, 2021
Investigating the relationship between real estate agents, segregation, and house prices: Steering and upselling in New York State
M Besbris, JW Faber
Sociological Forum 32 (4), 850-873, 2017
Segregation and the geography of creditworthiness: Racial inequality in a recovered mortgage market
JW Faber
Housing Policy Debate 28 (2), 215-247, 2018
Segregation and the cost of money: Race, poverty, and the prevalence of alternative financial institutions
JW Faber
Social Forces 98 (2), 819-848, 2019
Race and the Housing Cycle: Differences in Home Equity Trends Among Long-Term Homeowners
JW Faber, IG Ellen
Housing Policy Debate 26 (3), 456-473, 2016
Superstorm Sandy and the Demographics of Flood Risk in New York City
JW Faber
Human Ecology 43 (3), 363-378, 2015
The COVID-19 pandemic and the rental market: Evidence from Craigslist
J Kuk, A Schachter, JW Faber, M Besbris
American Behavioral Scientist 65 (12), 1623-1648, 2021
Cashing in on Distress: The Expansion of Fringe Financial Institutions during the Great Recession
JW Faber
Urban Affairs Review, 2016
Multidimensional discrimination in the online rental housing market: Implications for families with young children
JW Faber, MD Mercier
Housing Policy Debate, 1-24, 2022
The Racialized Costs of “Traditional” Banking in Segregated America: Evidence from Entry-Level Checking Accounts
JW Faber, T Friedline
Race and Social Problems 12 (4), 344-361, 2020
Contemporary echoes of segregationist policy: Spatial marking and the persistence of inequality
J Faber
Urban Studies 58 (5), 1067-1086, 2021
Complaining While Black: Racial Disparities in the Adjudication of Complaints Against the Police
JW Faber, JR Kalbfeld
City & Community 18 (3), 1028-1067, 2019
Neighborhood Effects
PS Jacob W. Faber
International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second …, 2015
The geography of stigma: Experimental methods to identify the penalty of place
M Besbris, JW Faber, P Rich, P Sharkey
Audit Studies: Behind the Scenes with Theory, Method, and Nuance, 159-177, 2018
Disentangling the Effects of Race and Place in Economic Transactions: Findings from an Online Field Experiment
M Besbris, JW Faber, P Sharkey
City & Community 18 (2), 529-555, 2019
On the Street During the Great Recession: Exploring the Relationship Between Foreclosures and Homelessness
JW Faber
Housing Policy Debate 29 (4), 588-606, 2019
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