Leigh Graham
Leigh Graham
Senior Advisor, Cities Challenge, Ariadne Labs & Research Scientist, Harvard T.H. Chan School of
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Buying science and selling science: Gender differences in the market for commercial science
F Murray, L Graham
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (4), 657-689, 2007
2132007
The influence of urban development dynamics on community resilience practice in New York City after Superstorm Sandy: Experiences from the Lower East Side and the Rockaways
L Graham, W Debucquoy, I Anguelovski
Global Environmental Change 40, 112-124, 2016
392016
Permanently failing organizations? Small business recovery after September 11, 2001
LT Graham
Economic Development Quarterly 21 (4), 299-314, 2007
382007
Razing Lafitte: Defending public housing from a hostile state
L Graham
Journal of the American Planning Association 78 (4), 466-480, 2012
162012
Buying science & selling science: Gender stratification in commercial science
F Murray, L Graham
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (4), 657-689, 2007
162007
Advancing the human right to housing in post-Katrina New Orleans: Discursive opportunity structures in housing and community development
L Graham
Housing Policy Debate 22 (1), 5-27, 2012
102012
Planning Treme: The community development field in a post-Katrina world
LT Graham
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010
42010
Public housing participation in Superstorm Sandy recovery: living in a differentiated state in Rockaway, Queens
L Graham
Urban affairs review 56 (1), 289-324, 2020
32020
When a joke represents so much more: the end of PLANET and the rise of planners 2040
MT Nguyen, J Evans-Cowley, L Graham, L Solitare, JR Tighe, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 18 (1), 156-162, 2017
22017
Legitimizing and resisting neoliberalism in U.S. community development: The influential role of community development intermediaries
L Graham
The Routledge Handbook of Poverty in the United States, 512-521, 2015
2015
THEORIZING MORE INCLUSIVE CITIES: A Relational Model of Boundary Transformation and Urban Research Agenda
L Graham
2014
Two Kentucky towns envision a future beyond coal
P Loh, P Eng, L Graham, A Hogg
Solutions 1 (4), 2010
2010
Broadening Participation-Equity
S Adina, E Baker, R Bergstrom, L Graham, M Haddad, M Warner
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