Publication

Bridging the boroughs: An equity analysis of bike sharing in New York City

New analysis of the racial and economic equity dimensions of access to bike sharing in New York City

Bridging the boroughs: How well does New York's bike sharing system serve New Yorkers?

An equity analysis of bike sharing in New York City

Short-term rentals in Canada: The first comprehensive overview

New analysis of Airbnb across Canada forthcoming in *Canadian Journal of Urban Resesarch*

Short-term rentals in Canada: Uneven growth, uneven impacts

The first comprehensive analysis of short-term rental activity in Canada

Location, location, and professionalization: Paper published in Regional Studies, Regional Science

Open access publication of hedonic regression model of Airbnb in New York City

Location, location and professionalization: a multilevel hedonic analysis of Airbnb listing prices and revenue

A hedonic regression model of Airbnb prices and revenue in New York City

The territory and politics of the post-fossil city

A commentary on Maarten Hajer and Wytske Versteeg's ‘Imagining the post-fossil city’

The impact of new short-term rental regulations on New York City

An analysis of possible regulatory scenarios for short-term rentals in New York City

Airbnb and the rent gap: Gentrification through the sharing economy

A framework for analyzing the relationship between short-term rentals and gentrification, and a case study of New York City

Airbnb and the rent gap: Paper published in Environment and Planning A

We’re happy to announce that our paper, “Airbnb and the rent gap: Gentrification through the sharing economy” has now been published in Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space. The paper argues that short-term rentals have facilitated a form of gentrification that does not require redevelopment, by introducing a major new revenue flow into urban land markets. We use spatial analysis to precisely measure the impacts of Airbnb on NYC’s land and housing markets, and discuss the implications.