Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Hanka, M. J., & Engbers, T. A. (2017). Social capital and economic development: A neighborhood perspective. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs, 3(2).
Hanka, M. J., Gilderbloom, J. I., Meares, W. L., Khan, M., & Wresinksi, K. (2015). Measuring job creation for HOPE VI: A success story for community development efforts. Community Development: The Journal of the Community Development Society, 46(2), 133-148.
Hanka, M. J., Valadares, K. J., & Bennett, L. L. M. (2015). Changing the landscape at the University of Southern Indiana through a locally developed, customized environmental scanning process. Planning for Higher Education, 43(2), 4-14.
Hanka, M. J., Ambrosius, J. D., Gilderbloom, J. I., & Wresinksi, K. E. (2015). Contemporary housing dynamics in a mid-sized U.S. city: Policy consequences of mismeasuring the neighborhood-level dependent variable. Housing and Society, 42(1), 40-68.
Gilderbloom, J. I., Ambrosius, J. D., Squires, G., Hanka, M. J., & Kenitzer, Z. (2012). Investors: The missing piece in the foreclosure racial gap debate. Journal of Urban Affairs, 34(5), 559-582.
Gilderbloom, J. I., Hanka, M. J., & Ambrosius, J. D. (2012). Without Bias? Government policy that creates fair and equitable property tax assessments. American Review of Public Administration, 42(5), 591-605.
Ambrosius, J. D., Gilderbloom, J. I., & Hanka, M. J. (2010). Back to black…and green? Location and policy interventions in contemporary neighborhood housing markets. Housing Policy Debate, 20(3), 457-484.
Gilderbloom, J. I., & Hanka, M. J. (2010). Green urbanism: the magnet for renewing reinventing, and revitalizing cities. Sustain: A Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Issues, 41-43 (Fall/Winter).
Gilderbloom, J. I., Hanka, M. J., & Ambrosius, J. D. (2009). Historic preservation’s impact on job creation, property values, and environmental sustainability. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, 2(2), 83-101.
Gilderbloom, J. I. Ye, L., Hanka, M. J., & Usher, K. (2009). Inter-city rent differentials in the U.S. housing market 2000: Understanding rent variations as a sociological phenomenon. Journal of Urban Affairs, 31(4), 409-430.