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Renee Tapp
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Fiscal geographies:“Placing” taxation in urban geography
R Tapp, K Kay
Urban Geography 40 (4), 573-581, 2019
322019
Layers of finance: Historic tax credits and the fiscal geographies of urban redevelopment
R Tapp
Geoforum 105, 13-22, 2019
242019
From the State to the Shareholder: Rent and the Production of Shareholder Value in Real Estate
R Tapp
Antipode 52 (3), 867-887, 2020
122020
Renters' revolt: Revisiting City of Quartz to understand Los Angeles’s housing crisis
R Tapp
City 23 (1), 123-127, 2019
62019
Radical Paradoxes: The Making of Antipode at Clark University
MT Huber, C Knudson, R Tapp
Spatial Histories of Radical Geography: North America and Beyond, 87-115, 2019
52019
Un/Making Assets: The Institutional Limits to Financialization
K Kay, R Tapp
Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-17, 2021
42021
Introducing the YIMBYs: Renters, housing, and supply-side politics in Los Angeles
R Tapp
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 39 (7), 1511-1528, 2021
22021
Shelters for Profit, Not People: The Rise of Tax-Credit Investment in US Cities
R Tapp
Metropolitics, 2020
12020
Review of The Asset Economy by Lisa Adkins, Melinda Cooper and Martijn Konings
R Tapp
Antipode, 2021
2021
Taxes, Banks, and Renters: Urban Redevelopment in the United States after the 2008 Crisis
R Tapp
Clark University, 2018
2018
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