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Chapple, K. 2006. “Networks to Nerdistan: The Role of Labor Market Intermediaries in the Entry-Level IT Labor Market.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30(3): 548-563.
Chapple, K. 2006. “Overcoming Mismatch: Beyond Dispersal, Mobility, and Development Strategies.” Journal of the American Planning Association 72(3): 322-336.
Chapple, K., Thomas, J.V., Belzer, D., & Autler, G. 2004. “Fueling the Fire: Information Technology and Housing Price Appreciation in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Twin Cities.” Housing Policy Debate 15(2): 347-383.
Goetz, E., Chapple, K., & Lukermann, B. 2004. “The Minnesota Land Use Planning Act and the Promotion of Low- and Moderate-Income Housing in Suburbia.” Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice 22(1): 31-72.
Chapple, K., Markusen, A., Schrock, G., Yamamoto, D., & Yu, Pingkang. 2004. “Gauging Metropolitan ‘High-Tech’ and ‘I-Tech’ Activity.” Economic Development Quarterly 18(1): 10-29.
Chapple, K., Markusen, A., Schrock, G., Yamamoto, D., & Yu, Pingkang. 2004. “Rejoinder: High-Tech Rankings, Specialization, and Relationship to Growth.” Economic Development Quarterly 18(1): 44-49.
Goetz, E., Chapple, K., & Lukermann, B. 2003. “Enabling Exclusion: The Retreat from Regional Fair Share Housing in the Implementation of the Minnesota Land Use Planning Act.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 22(3): 213-25, 2003.
Chapple, K. 2002. “’I Name It and I Claim It—In the Name of Jesus, This Job is Mine’: Job Search, Networks, and Careers for Low-Income Women.” Economic Development Quarterly 16(4): 294-313.
Chapple, K. & Zook, M. 2002. “Why Some IT Jobs Stay: The Rise of Job Training in Information Technology.” Journal of Urban Technology 9(1): 57-83.
Chapple, K. 2001. “Out of Touch, Out of Bounds: How Job Search Strategies Shape the Labor Market Radii of Women on Welfare in San Francisco.” Urban Geography 22(7): 617-640.
Chapple, K. 2001. “Time to Work: Job Search Strategies and Commute Time for Women on Welfare in San Francisco.” Journal of Urban Affairs 23(2): 155-173.
Chapple, K. 1999. “Just-In-Time Intervention: Economic Development Policy for Apparel Manufacturing in San Francisco.” Economic Development Quarterly 13(1): 78-96.
Teitz, M. & Chapple, K. 1998. “The Causes of Inner-City Poverty: Eight Hypotheses in Search of Reality.” Cityscape 3, 3: 33-70.
OTHER REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
Chapple, K. 2006. “Foot in the Door, Mouse in Hand: Low-Income Women, Short-Term Job Training Programs, and IT Careers.” In W. Aspray and J. Cohoon, eds., Women and Information Technology: Research on the Reasons for Under-Representation, MIT Press.
Lester, B. & Chapple, K. 2005. “Rising Income Inequality and the Changing Economic Geography of U.S. Metropolitan Areas in the 1990s: Do Regional Institutions Make a Difference?” White paper prepared for Michigan State University Community Vitality Program.
Chapple, K. 2001. “Foresight or Farsight? It’s the Regional Economy, Stupid.” Response to Ed Blakely, “Competitive Advantage in the 21st Century City.” Journal of the American Planning Association 67(2).
Chapple, K. 1997. “Economic Development for a Bipolar Industry: The Case of Apparel Manufacturing in San Francisco.” Berkeley Planning Journal 12: 72-102.
Building Arts, Building Community? Informal Arts Districts and Neighborhood Change in Oakland, California. With Anja Wodsak and Kimberly Suczynski. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2008.
Reconnecting America, Center for Community Innovation, and Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California. Transit-Oriented for All: The Case for Mixed-Income Transit-Oriented Communities in the Bay Area. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2007.
Chapple, K., Spaid, E., & Lester, B. “Shaping a Mixed-Income Future: Lessons from Richmond, California.” Center for Community Innovation Working Paper. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2007.
Chapple, K. & Lester, B. “Emerging Patterns of Regional Resilience.” Institute of Urban and Regional Development Working Paper for the MacArthur Foundation Building Resilient Regions Research Network. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2007.
“Making Do: How Working Families in Seven U.S. Metropolitan Areas Trade Off Housing Costs and Commuting Times.” With R. Cervero, M. Duncan, J. Landis, L. Scholl, and M. Wachs. Washington, DC: Center for Housing Policy, 2006.
“Moving Beyond the Divide: Workforce Development and Upward Mobility in Information Technology.” Oakland, CA: PolicyLink, 2006.
Verifying Price Accuracy in Wal-Mart: An Investigation of Retail Establishments in California. With the UIC Center for Urban Economic Development. Chicago, IL: UIC, 2005.
Promising Futures: Workforce Development and Upward Mobility in Information Technology. Institute of Urban and Regional Development Monograph. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2005.
Building Institutions from the Region Up: Regional Workforce Development Collaboratives in California. Institute of Urban and Regional Development Working Paper. Berkeley, CA:UC-Berkeley, 2005.
Analysis of Economic Impact on Santa Clara County of Eastridge Shopping Center Renovation Project. With Nadya Chinoy Dabby and Melissa Edwards. Berkeley, CA: UC-Berkeley, 2004.
North Metro I-35W Corridor Coalition Labor Force Assessment. Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development, 2002.
The Affordable Housing Legacy of the 1976 Land Use Planning Act, with Ed Goetz and Barbara Lukermann. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota, 2002.
High-Tech and I-Tech: How Metros Rank and Specialize, with Ann Markusen, Greg Schrock, Daisaku Yamamoto, and Pingkang Yu. Project on Regional and Industrial Economics, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 2001.
From Promising Practices to Promising Futures: Job Training in Information Technology for Disadvantaged Adults, with Matthew Zook, Radhika Kunamneni, AnnaLee Saxenian, Steven Weber, and Beverly Crawford. New York: Ford Foundation, 2000.
High Tech, Low-Income: Closing the Gap in the Mission, with AnnaLee Saxenian, Steven Weber, Beverly Crawford, Radhika Kunamneni, and Scott Falcone. San Francisco, CA: Mayor’s Office of Community Development, 1999.
Gentrification: Causes, Indicators, and Possible Policy Responses for the San Francisco Bay Area. Prepared with Strategic Economics for Urban Habitat, 1999.
The Transformation of Traditional Industries in San Francisco: the Cases of Printing and Apparel Manufacturing. IURD Working Paper #701. Berkeley, CA: Institute of Urban and Regional Development, 1998.
Service Contracting in the Bay Area: A Study of Local Government Contracting Out, with Richard Walker, Robert Redlo, Sandy Nichols, and Dennis Toseland. Berkeley, CA: Center for Labor Research and Education, Institute of Industrial Relations, 1997. A Historic Enclave in Peril: A Plan for Preserving Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn. Brooklyn, New York: Vinegar Hill Neighborhood Association, 1994.
“Let’s consider saying no to the Olympics,” with Gerardo Sandoval. San Francisco Examiner, August 8, 2006.
“The Rise and Fall of Fair Share Housing: Lessons from the Twin Cities,” with Edward G. Goetz and Barbara Lukermann. In. Xavier de Souza Briggs, ed., The Geography of Opportunity: Race and Housing Choice in Metropolitan America. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2005.
“Cities and the Creative Class: Review roundtable discussion,” with Blakely, Cortright, Danielsen, Feser, Lang, Malizia, Mayer, Sanchez, & Sawicki. Journal of the American Planning Association 71(2): 206-218, 2005.
“American Metropolitics and Place Matters” (Book review essay). Journal of the American Planning Association 70(1): 115-117, 2004.
“Back to the Future: The City Builders, Second Edition” (Book review). Urban Affairs Quarterly 38(4), 2003.
“Twenty-Five Years of Planning for Low- and Moderate-Income Housing in the Twin Cities: The Legacy of the 1976 Land Use Planning Act,” with Edward G. Goetz. CURA Reporter, 32(3): 1-7, 2002.
“Sharing America’s Neighborhoods: The Prospects for Stable Racial Integration, by Ingrid Gould Ellen” (Book review). Journal of Planning Education and Research 22(2), 2002.
“The Region’s High-Tech Economies,” with Ann Markusen, Greg Schrock, Daisaku Yamamoto, and Pingkang Yu. Northeast Midwest Economic Review, September/October 2001.
“In the Name of Jesus, This Job is Mine: Job Search, Social Networks, and Careers for Women on Welfare.” Proceedings of the Center for True Economic Progress Conference on the Economic Status of Women. .St. Paul, Minnesota: Macalester College, 2001.
“Workforce Development, Employment Opportunity, and Smart Growth.” Briefing Book: Strategies and Examples of Community-Based Approaches to Equity and Smart Growth. Oakland, CA: PolicyLink, 2000.
“Growing Jobs for the Poor: Smart Growth, Employment Opportunity, and Workforce Development.” Envisioning Cities and Regions: A Celebratory Anthology on Planning by University of Minnesota Faculty. Minneapolis, MN: Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, 2000.
“Paths to Employment: The Role of Social Networks in the Job Search for African-American Women on Welfare in San Francisco.” Proceedings of the Fifth Women’s Policy Research Conference. Washington, DC: Institute for Women’s Policy Research, 1998.
“Is Shorter Better?: An Analysis of Gender, Race, and Industrial Segregation in San Francisco Bay Area Commuting Patterns,” with Rachel Weinberger, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Women and Travel. Tucson, Arizona: Drachman Institute, 1997.