Research Papers

230) Amy Twigge-Molecey, The Spatial Patterning of Wealth and Poverty in the Montréal Region, 1971–2006: A Literature Review October 2013, vi, 53pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1494-0.

229) Robert Murdie, Jennifer Logan and Richard Maaranen, Eight Canadian Metropolitan Areas: Who Lived Where in 2006? September 2013, vi, 44 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1492-3.  In this PDF: 9 maps from Section 6 followed by Figure 3 in higher resolution than possible in the full report.

228) Jim Simmons and Larry Bourne, The Canadian Urban System in 2011: Looking Back and Projecting Forward, August 2013, iv, 37 pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1491-6.

227) Alan Walks, Income Inequality and Polarization in Canada's Cities: An Examination and New Form of Measurement, August 2013, 116pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN 978-0-7727-1486-2.

226) Katharine N. Rankin, Kuni Kamizaki,and Heather McLean, The State of Business in Mount Dennis: Disinvestment and Gentrification in Toronto’s Inner-Suburbs, November 2013, vii, 70pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1485-5.

225) Rhonda Cheryl Solomon, A Comparative Policy Analysis of Public Toilet Provision Initiatives in North American Cities:  Recommendations for the Creation of a Public Toilet Strategy in Toronto, June 2013, 53pp., ISSN 0316-0068, ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1484-8.

224) Jill Black, The Financing and Economics of Affordable Housing Development: Incentives and Disincentives to Private-Sector Participation, September 2012, 50pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1479-4.

223) David Ley and Nicholas Lynch, Divisions and Disparities in Lotus-Land: Socio-Spatial Income Polarization in Greater Vancouver, 1970-2005 October 2012, 38pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1489-3.

222) Damaris Rose and Amy Twigge-Molecey, A City-Region Growing Apart? Taking Stock of Income Disparity in Greater Montréal, 1970-2005, January 2013, 65pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1488-6.

222F) (version français) Damaris Rose et Amy Twigge-Molecey, Une métropole à trois vitesses? Bilan sur les écarts de revenu dans le Grand Montréal, 1970-2005, Janvier 2013, 67pp., ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1490-9.  Court version.

221)     Jim Simmon, The Evolution of Commercial Structure in the North American City: A Toronto Case Study , April 2012, 30pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1487-9.

220)     Deborah Cowen and Vanessa Parlette, Inner Suburbs at Stake: Investing in Social Infrastructure in Scarborough, June 2011, 86pp. ISSN 0316-0068; ISBN 978-0-7727-1482-4.

219)     Jim Simmons, Larry Bourne, and Shizue Kamikihara, The Changing Economy of Urban Neighbourhoods: An Exploration of Place of Work Data for the Greater Toronto Region, December 2009, 44 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1477-0.

218)     Greg Suttor, Rental Paths from Postwar to Present: Canada Compared, December 2009, 59 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1476-3.

217)     Michael Noble, Lovely Spaces in Unknown Places: Creative City Building in Toronto’s Inner Suburbs, March 2009, 50 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1474-9.

216)     Jason Hackworth, Habitat for Humanity and the Neoliberal Media: A Comparison of News Coverage in Canada and the United States , March 2009, 39 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1473-2.

215)     David Wachsmuth, From Abandonment to Affordable Housing: Policy Options for Addressing Toronto’s Abandonment Problem, November 2008, 48 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1472-5.

214)     Katharine N. Rankin, with the assistance of Jim Delaney, Courtney Hood, Justin Ngan and Sabin Ninglekhu, Commercial Change in Toronto’s West-Central Neighbourhoods, September 2008 ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1471-8.

213)     Emily Paradis, Sylvia Novac, Monica Sarty, J. David Hulchanski, Better Off in a Shelter? A Year of Homelessness and Housing among Status Immigrant, Non-Status Migrant, and Canadian-Born Families , July 2008, 89 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1469-5.

212)     Duncan Maclennan, Housing for the Toronto Economy , July 2008, 72 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1468-8.

211)     R. Alan Walks and Richard Maaranen, The Timing, Patterning, & Forms of Gentrification & Neighbourhood Change in Montreal, Toronto, & Vancouver, 1961 to 2001, May 2008, 109 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1465-7.

210)     Jason Hackworth, Neoliberalism, Social Welfare, and the Politics of Faith in the United States, June 2007, 36 pp. ISBN 978-0-7727-1459-6.

209)     Paul Hess, André Sorensen, and Kate Parizeau, Urban Density in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, May 2007, 69 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1455-8.

208)     Jordana Ross, Balancing Supportive Housing with Civic Engagement, March 2007, 32 pp. ISBN-13 978-0-7727-1454-1.

207)     Sylvia Novac, Joe Hermer and Emily Paradis, Justice and Injustice: Homelessness, Crime, Victimization, and the Criminal Justice System, November 2006, 189 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1451-7.

206)     Sylvia Novac, Emily Paradis, Joyce Brown, and Heather Morton, A Visceral Grief: Young Homeless Mothers and Loss of Child Custody , October 2006, 74 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1450-9.

205)     Jim Simmons and Shizue Kamikihara, with the assistance of Larry Bourne and Irma Escamilla, The North American Urban System: The Limits to Continental Integration, October 2006, 59 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1449-5.

204)     Sirine El Kalache, Limin Fang, Abigail Moriah, Luz Rodríguez, and Melissa Tapper, Taking the Pulse: Gauging Neighbourhood Change in Toronto’s Downtown West End, May 2005, 68 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1445-2.

203)     Jason Hackworth and Josephine Rekers, Ethnic Identity, Place Marketing, and Gentrification in Toronto, April 2005, 26 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1442-8.

202)     Jim Simmons, Larry S. Bourne, and Jeffrey Cantos, How Cities Grow: A Study of Time Series Data for Canadian Cities, November 2004, 57 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1439-8.

201)     Jim Simmons and Larry S. Bourne, Urban Growth and Decline in Canada, 1971-2001: Explanations and Implications, February 2004, 43 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1431-2.

200)     Jim Simmons and Larry S. Bourne, The Canadian Urban System, 1971-2001: Responses to a Changing World, July 2003, 71 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1428-2.

199)     Kristin Good, Explaining Municipal Responsiveness to Immigration: An Urban Regime Analysis of Toronto and Mississauga, January 2005, 34 pp., ISBN 0- 7727-1441-X.

198)     Peter Clutterbuck and Rob Howarth, Toronto’s Quiet Crisis: The Case for Social and Community Infrastructure Investment, November 2002, 60 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1419-3.

197)     Marcia Wallace and Frances Frisken, City-Suburban Differences in Government Responses to Immigration in the Greater Toronto Area, January 2000, 43 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1377-4.

196)     L.S. Bourne and Mark R. Flowers, Changing Urban Places: Mobility, Migration and Immigration in Canada, March 1999, 74 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1201-8.

195)     Martin Horak, The Power of Local Identity: C4LD and the Anti-Amalgamation Mobilization in Toronto, November 1998, 44 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1378-2.

194)     Graham White, Breaking the Trail to Northern Community Empowerment: The Community Transfer Initiative in Cape Dorset, April 1998, 77 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1375-8.

193)     Frances Frisken, L.S. Bourne, G. Gad, and R.A. Murdie, Governance and Social Well-Being in the Toronto Area: Past Achievements and Future Challenges, April 1997, 69 pp. ISBN 0-7727-1207-7.

192)     Larry S. Bourne, The Canadian Urban System Revisited: A Statistical Analysis, October 1996, 81 pp.

191)     Marion Steele, Two Kinds of Canadian Housing Allowance, 1980-1993 An Evaluation, November 1995, 53 pp.

190)     Philippa Campsie, The Social Consequences of Planning Talk; A Case Study in Urban Intensification, March 1995, 40pp.

189)     Charles Tilly, The Weight of the Past on North American Immigration, August 1994, 19 pp.

188)     Igor Vojnovic, The Pathway Towards Sustainable Development and Sustainable Urban Forms, May 1994, 48 pp.

187)     J. David Hulchanski, Barriers to Equal Access in the Housing Market: The Role of Discrimination Based on Race and Gender, November 1993, 29 pp.

186)     J. Simmons, The Reorganization of Urban Systems: The Role and Impacts of External Events, September 1992, 28 pp.

185)     Birgit Krantz, Increasing Livability in Urban Architecture: Advances from Swedish Experience, December 1991, 39 pp. (The City in the 1990s, Lecture 4)

184)     Manuel Castells, The Informational City: A New Framework for Social Change, September 1991, 23 pp. (The City in the 1990s, Lecture 3)

183)     Willem van Vliet-, Human Settlements in the U.S.: Sustaining Uneven Development, September 1991, 80 pp.

182)     Jim Simmons, Commercial Structure and Change in Toronto, September 1991, 51 pp.

181)     Marion Steele, Conversion, Condominiums and Capital Gains: Changes in the Structure of the Ontario Rental Housing Market, May 1991, 52 pp.

180)     John Sewell, Prospects for Reform, January 1991, 29 pp. (The City in the 1990s, Lecture 2)
179)     Peter Hall, Reinventing the City, November 1990, 24 pp. (The City in the 1990s, Lecture 1)
178)     Moses Bulli Ladu, Low Income Housing in Nairobi: An Alternative Approach, January 1990, 56 pp.
177)     R. Dennis, Toronto's First Apartment-House Boom: An Historical Geography, 1900-1920, October 1989, 55 pp.

176)     B. Wellman, The Place of Kinfolk in Personal Community Networks, October 1989, 41 pp.

175)     K.W. Chan, Economic Growth Strategy and Urbanization Policies in China, September 1989, 49 pp.

174)     B. Wellman, Different Strokes from Different Folks: Which Types of Ties Provide What Kind of Social Support?, July 1989, 63 pp.

173)     E. Isin, The Birth of the Modern City in British North America, April 1989, 40 pp.

172)     L.S. Bourne, On the Spatial Structure of Metropolitan Areas in Canada: A Discriminant Analysis, February 1989, 27 pp.

171)     R. Harris, The Family Home in Working-class Life, February 1989, 27 pp.

170)     R. White, The Artificial Intelligence of Urban Dynamics: Neural Network Modelling of Urban Structure, February 1989, 21 pp.

169)     L. Curry, Towards a Theory of Endogenous Geographical Evolution, February 1989, 12 pp.

168)     A.J. Scott, Flexible Production Systems and Regional Development: The Rise of New Industrial Spaces in North America and Western Europe, December 1988, 31 pp.

167)     B. Wellman, S. Wortley, Brothers' Keepers: Situating Kinship Relations in Broader Networks of Social Support, August 1988, 35 pp.

166)     R. Harris, M. Choko, The Evolution of Housing Tenure in Montreal and Toronto since the Mid-Nineteenth Century , August 1988, 131 pp.

165)     B. Wellman, The Community Question Re-evaluated, August 1987, 33 pp.

164)     M. Choko, The Characteristics of Housing Tenure in Montreal, November 1987, 31 pp.

163)     R. Harris, The Growth of Home Ownership in Toronto, 1899-1913, July 1987, 47 pp.

162)     R. Dennis, Landlords and Rented Housing in Toronto, 1885-1914, July 1987, 73 pp.

161)     H. Campfens, The Marginal Urban Sector: Survival and Development Initiatives in Lima, Peru, January 1987, 61 pp.

160)     J.W. Simmons, B. Speck, Spatial Patterns of Social Change: The Return of the Great Canadian Factor Analysis, October 1986, 42 pp.

159)     R. Paehlke, Bucolic Myths: Towards a More Urbanist Environmentalism, April 1986, 25 pp.

158)     A.R. Gillis, M. Richard, J. Hagan, Cultural Susceptibility to Crowding: An Empirical Analysis, January 1986, 25 pp.

157)     B. Wellman, S. Baker, Using SAS Software to Link Personal Network, Tie and Individual Data: A Novice's Guide, June 1985, 20 pp.

156)     M. Gordon, J.D. Hulchanski, The Evolution of Land Use Planning in Alberta, 1945-1984, April 1985, 49 pp.

155)     J. Kjellberg, ed., Shelter Allowances, Rents and Social Housing: Contributions of the Debate, October 1984, 65 pp.

154)     J.R. Miron, Housing Affordability and Willingness to Pay, June 1984, 155 pp.

153)     R. Harris, Class and Housing Tenure in Modern Canada, May 1984, 46 pp.

152)     A. Rose, J.G. Macdonald, Factors Influencing the Quality of Life of Community-Based Elderly Part II: Housing Conditions of the Elderly in Ontario, March 1984, 33 pp.

151)     R. Wallace, J.G. Macdonald, A. Rose, Factors Influencing the Quality of Life of Community-Based Elderly Part I: Literature Review, March 1984, 31 pp.

150)     A.R. Gillis, J. Hagan, Delinquent Samaritans: A Study of Intensive and Extensive Attachment and the Willingness to Intervene, January 1984, 25 pp.

149)     B. Wellman, Domestic Work, Paid Work and Network, January 1984, 64 pp.

148)     J.B. Cullingworth, Canadian Planning and Public Participation, January 1984, 43 pp.

147)     J.D. Hulchanski, Shelter Allowances and Canadian Housing Policy: A Review and Evaluation, December 1983, 56 pp.

146)     B. Wellman, R. Hiscott, From Social Support to Social Network, November 1983, 31 pp.

145)     L. Calzavara, Social Networks and Access to Jobs: A Study of Five Ethnic Groups in Toronto, November 1983, 21 pp.

144)     B. Wellman, P. Carrington, A. Hall, Networks as Personal Communities, September 1983, 82 pp.

143)     L. Tepperman, The Social Costs of Rapid Turnover: Patterns of Migration to Alberta in the 1970s, August 1983, 21 pp.

142)     J.W. Simmons, The Canadian Urban System as a Political System, Part II: Empirical Dimensions, July 1983, 42 pp.

141)     J.W. Simmons, The Canadian Urban System as a Political System, Part I: The Conceptual Framework, May 1983, 42 pp.

140)     B.H. Erickson, T.A. Nosanchuk, The Size and Composition of Personal Networks in a Voluntary Association, May 1983, 32 pp.

139)     D. Hooper, J.W. Simmons, L.S. Bourne, The Changing Economic Basis of Canadian Urban Growth, 1971-81, May 1983, 49 pp.

138)     S.E. Corke, Land Use Controls in British Columbia. A Contribution to a Comparative Study of Canadian Planning Systems, April 1983, 158 pp.

137)     Hans Blumenfeld, Have the Secular Trends of Population Distribution Been Reversed? An Investigation of the Growth of the Metropolitan Fringe in the United States, 1970-1980, November 1982, 16 pp.

136)     J.D. Hulchanski, The Evolution of Ontario's Early Urban Land Use Planning Regulations, 1900-1920, November 1982, 41 pp.

135)     A. Hall, B. Wellman, Support and Non-Support: A Network Analytic Approach, October 1982, 37 pp.

134)     Wsevolod Isajiw, Tomoke Makabe, Socialization as a Factor in Ethnic Identity Retention, May 1982, 23 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 7.)

133)     J. Reitz, Ethnic Group Control of Jobs, February 1982, 44 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 6.)

132)     A.R. Gillis, J. Hagan, Bystander Apathy and the Territorial Imperative, January 1982, 20 pp.

131)     J.R. Miron, The Two-Person Household: Formation and Housing Demand, January 1982, 74 pp.

130)     J.R. Miron, M. Schiff, A Profile of the Emerging Empty Nester Household , January 1982, 67 pp.

129)     L.S. Bourne, Designing the Future: A Perspective on Recent Trends and Emerging Issues in Ontario's Urban Environment, December 1981, 33 pp.

128)     B. Wellman, Studying Personal Communities in East York, April 1982, 36 pp.

127)     J. Britton, Innovation, Industrial Strategy, and the Urban Economy: Toronto's Development Options, September 1981, 45 pp.

126)     J. W. Simmons, The Impact of Government on the Canadian Urban System: Income Taxes, Transfer Payments, and Employment, July 1981, 80 pp.

125)     W. Isajiw, Ethnic Identity Retention, July 1981, 90 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 5)

124)     W. Kalbach, Ethnic Residential Segregation and its Significance for the Individual in an Urban Setting, July 1981, 69 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 4)

123)     J. Reitz, L. Calzavara, D. Dasko, Ethnic Inequality and Segregation in Jobs , May 1981, 78 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 3)

122)     R. Breton, The Ethnic Community as a Resource in Relation to Group Problems: Perceptions and Attitudes, May 1981, 66 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 2)

121)     R. Breton, W. Isajiw, W. Kalbach, J. Reitz, Ethnic Pluralism in an Urban Setting: Conceptual and Technical Overview of a Research Project, May 1981, 30 pp. (Ethnic Pluralism Series No. 1)

120)     J.W. Simmons, P. Flanagan, The Movement of Growth Impulses Through the Canadian Urban System, January 1981, 60 pp.

119)     J.D. Hulchanski, The Origins of Land Use Planning in Alberta 1900-1945, January 1981, 63 pp.

118)     W.E. Kalbach, Historical and Generational Perspectives of Ethnic Residential Segregation in Toronto, Canada, 1851 - 1971, November 1980, 32 pp.

117)     J.B. Cullingworth, Canadian Housing Policy Research - Some Initial Impressions, July 1980, 62 pp.

116)     J.R. Miron, The Rise of the One-Person Household: The Ontario Experience, 1951 to 1976, June 1980, 53 pp.

115)     S. Lieberson, An Asymmetrical Approach to Measuring Residential Segregation, March 1980, 34 pp.

114)     J.W. Simmons, Mysteries of Urban Growth: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Urban System , November 1979, 99 pp.

113)     P.S. Morrison, New Dwelling Units from the Existing Stock: A Location Model, February 1980, 46 pp.

112)     J.W. Simmons, Migration and the Canadian Urban System: Part III: Comparing 1966-1971 and 1971-1976, November 1979, 80 pp.

111)     P.S. Morrison, Mortgage Lending in Canadian Cities, October 1979, 57 pp.

110)     A.R. Gillis and J. Hagan, The Urban Environment and Individual Unease: An Empirical Look at Wirthian Logic, September 1979, 28 pp.

109)     A.R. Gillis and J. Hagan, Density, Delinquency and Design: Formal and Informal Control and the Built Environment, September 1979, 26 pp.

108)     F.F. Saccomanno, Transport Policy Analysis Through Site Value Transfer, June 1979, 28 pp.

107)     J.R. Miron, On Household Groups and Housing Occupancy, May 1979, 37 pp.

106)     J.R. Miron, Changing Patterns of Household Formation in the CMA: 1951 to 1976, May 1979, 71 pp.

105)     W. Van Vliet, The Community of Urban Sociologists in Canada: An Examination of Spatial Distance, Professional Opinions and Interactional Ties, March 1979, 50 pp.

104)     J.W. Simmons, The Canadian Urban System: An Overview. Papers presented for the I.G.U. Commission on National Settlement Systems. January 1979, 50 pp.

103)     F.F. Saccomanno, A Hedonic Price Index for Housing in Metropolitan Toronto 1961 and 1971, January 1979, 76 pp.

102)     P.S. Morrison, Expenditures on Housing Maintenance and Repairs: Some Recent Evidence. An Analysis of Expenditures made by Home Owners in Toronto in 1973, November 1978, 49 pp.

101)     D.M. Nowlan, The Fundamentals of Residential Land Price Determination , October 1978, 54 pp.

100)     D.N. Dewees, Changes in Transportation Performance and Accessibility in Metropolitan Toronto: 1964-71, August 1978, 56 pp.

99)        P.S. Morrison, The Effect of Subway Construction on the Market for Neighbouring Residential Properties in Toronto: Expectations and Speculative Pricing, July 1978, 39 pp.

98)        J.W. Simmons, Migration and The Canadian Urban System: Part II, Simple Relationships, July 1978, 83 pp.

97)        B. Wellman and B. Crump, Networks, Neighborhoods and Communities, Approaches to the Study of the Community Question, August 1978, 40 pp.

96)        L.S. Bourne, Emergent Realities of Urbanization in Canada: Some Parameters and Implications of Declining Growth, July 1978, 50 pp.

95)        J.B. Cullingworth, Housing Allowances: The British Experience. A Brief Review of the Background to, and the Provisions of the British Allowance Program, December 1977, 31 pp.

94)        L.S. Bourne, Perspectives on The Inner City: A Review of its Character, Decline and Revival, February 1978, 84 pp.

93)        J.W. Simmons, The Great Canadian Factor Analysis: Dimensions of Variation in the Canadian Urban System, February 1978, 45 pp.

92)        B.G. Hutchinson and D.P. Smith, Transport Characteristics of 30 Canadian Urban Areas, November 1977, 32 pp.

91)        L.S. Bourne, On the Complexity of Urban Land Use Change: Or, What Theoretical Models Leave in the Dust, November 1977, 54 pp.

90)        B. Wellman, The Community Question. Intimate Ties in East York, August 1977, 65 pp. (Replaces No. 84).

89)        D.N. Dewees, Changes in Urban Accessiblity: A Preliminary Analysis of Metropolitan Toronto, 1964-1971, July 1977, 46 pp.

88)        P. Foggin and M. Polese, The Social Geography of Montreal in 1971, May 1977, rpt. from Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, 37 pp.

87)        R.G. Rice, Transportation in Toronto: Problem, Policies and Solutions, May 1977, 49 pp.

86)        L.S. Bourne, The Housing Supply and Price Debate: Divergent Views and Policy Consequences, February 1977, 63 pp.

85)        J.W. Simmons, Migration and the Canadian Urban System: Part I, Spatial Patterns, February 1977, 45 pp.

84)        B. Wellman, Urban Connections, December 1976, 60 pp.

83)        D.M. Nowlan, Towards Home Rule for Urban Policy, November 1976, 27 pp.

82)        D.M. Nowlan, Development Control in Toronto, October 1976, 32 pp.

81)        S.M. Makuch, A Study of Statutory Powers to Provide Community Services, July 1976, 99 pp.

80)        L.S. Bourne, Spatial Patterns and Determinants of Land Use Change in Metropolitan Toronto, June 1976, 43 pp.

79)        W. Michelson, Reversing the 'Inevitable' Trend: High-Rise Housing in Sweden and Denmark, May 1976, 36 pp.

78)        H.F. Andrews and H.J. Breslauer, Moving From a Housing Project: Residents' Expectations and Former Members' Perspectives, February 1976, 86 pp.

77)        H.F. Andrews and H.J. Breslauer, Cooperative Housing Study: A Preliminary Analysis of Activity Diary Data, February 1976, 88 pp.

76)        D. N. Dewees, Some Effects of Conversion from Streetcar to Subway Transit Lines in Toronto, January 1976, 37 pp.

75)        H.F. Andrews and H.J. Breslauer, Residential Movement: Choice of a Cooperative Housing Project, February 1976, 78 pp.

74)        H.F. Andrews and H. J. Breslauer, Reflection on the Housing Process: Implications from a Case Study of Cooperative Housing, February 1976, 62 pp.

73)        H.F. Andrews and H.J. Breslauer, Cooperative Housing Project: An Overview of a Case Study, Methods and Findings, January 1976, 42 pp.

72)        J.R. Miron, Models of Urban Economic Growth: A Review, January 1976, 43 pp.

71)        D.N. Dewees, Congestion Costs in Urban Motoring: Some Toronto Estimates, January 1976, 39 pp.

70)        J.W. Simmons, Canada: Choices in a National Urban Strategy, September 1975, 92 pp.

69)        L.S. Bourne and D. A. Griffith, The Spatial Organization of Urban Land Use: A Statistical Evaluation of a Classification, August 1975, 69 pp.

68)        L.S. Bourne, Limits To Urban Growth: Who Benefits, Who Pays, Who Decides? A Commentary on The Current Planning Climate in Toronto, August 1975, 34 pp.

67)        W. Michelson and K. Garland, The Differential Role of Crowded Homes and Dense Residential Areas in the Incidence of Selected Symptoms of Human Pathology, December 1974, 33 pp.

66)        L.S. Bourne, Frameworks for Locational Decision-Making in National Urban Strategies: A Review, November 1974, 41 pp.

65)        J.W. Simmons, The Growth of the Canadian Urban System, November 1974, 28 pp.

64)        D. Tannenbaum, People with Problems: Seeking Help in an Urban Community, June 1974, 104 pp.

63)        H. Friedmann, Are Distributions Really Structures? A Critique of the Methodology of Max Weber, July 1974, 42 pp.

62)        J.W. Simmons, Canada as an Urban System: A Conceptual Framework, May 1974, 55 pp.

61)        W. Michelson, The Place of Time in the Longitudinal Evaluation of Spatial Structures by Women, October 1973, 40 pp.

60)        W. Michelson, Environmental Change, October 1973, 97 pp.

59)        P. Craven and B. Wellman, The Network City, July 1973, 63 pp.

58)        B. Wellman, The Network Nature of Future Communities: A Predictive Synthesis, March 1973, 15 pp.

57)        M. Woodyard, Components of the In-Migration Stream in Central Canada, October 1972, 44 pp.

56)        S. Chamberlain, Aspects of Developer Behaviour in the Land Development Process, August 1972, 59 pp.

55)        P. Reed, Situated Interaction: Normative and Non-Normative Bases of Patterned Social Behaviour, March 1972, 37 pp.

54)        J.W. Simmons and A. M. Baker, Household Movement Patterns, February 1972, 55 pp.

53)        S. Schulte, P. Craven and B. Wellman, Interactive Path Analysis (IPA - API): A Computer Programme, January 1972, 19 pp.

52)        J. Siegel and M. Woodyard, Urban Growth and its relation to the Urban Hierarchy in Central Canada, December 1971, 39 pp.

51)        J. D. Berridge, The Housing Market and Urban Residential Structure: A Review, January 1972, 53 pp.

50)        P.D. Harper, Alternative Land Use Futures for Metropolitan Toronto, November 1971.

49)        G.M. Barber and J. N. H. Britton, Occupational Structure and Population Growth in the Ontario-Quebec Urban System 1941-1966, November 1971, 23 pp.

48)        F.I. Hill, Migration in the Toronto-Centred Region, October 1971.

47)        B. Wellman, P. Craven, M. Whitaker, S. DuToit, H. Stevens, The Uses of Community: Community Ties and Support Systems, August 1971, 65 pp.

46)        J. Siegel, An Empirical Study of the Urban Hierarchy and its Relation to Growth in Southern Ontario, July 1971, 20 pp.

45)        L.J. Lord and J.R. Miron, Modelling The Impact of Proposed Transportation Networks on the Toronto-Centred Region, July 1971, 30 pp.

44)        J.W. Simmons, Net Migration Within Metropolitan Toronto, May 1971, 48 pp.

43)        M.J. Hodgson, A Dynamic Programming Model of Highway Network Development, March 1971, 29 pp.

42)        J.N.H. Britton, An Occupational Grouping of Ontario-Quebec Cities, February 1971.

41)        J.W. Simmons, Patterns of Interaction Within Ontario and Quebec, November 1970, 53 pp.

40)        G. Bushell, An Optimizing Model of Traffic Assignment for The Freeway System of Southern Ontario, October 1970, 75 pp.

39)        R.D. MacKinnon, A Note on the Changing Spatial Patterns of Traffic Flow on a Major Transportation Facility: Highway 401, Ontario, October 1970.

38)        L.S. Bourne and M.J. Doucet, Dimensions of Metropolitan Physical Growth: Land Use Change, Metropolitan Toronto, September 1970.

37)        G.T. McDonald, Background to Constructing a Synthetic Model of Agricultural land Use in Ontario, September 1970, 47 pp.

36)        W. Michelson and P. Reed, The Theoretical Status and Operational Usage of Life Style in Environmental Research, September 1970, 31 pp.

35)        M.J. Doucet, Trends in Metropolitan Land Use and Land Consumption: Metropolitan Toronto, 1963-68, July 1970, 28 pp.

34)        F.I. Hill, Spatio-Temporal Trends in Population Density: Toronto 1932-1966, July 1970.

33)        R. D MacKinnon, Transportation Forecasting: A Brief Discussion of Some Important Issues, July 1970, 25 pp.

32)        A.J. Scott, Transportation and the Distribution of Population: Some Entropy Maximizing Models, June 1970, 20 pp.

31)        L.S. Bourne, Dimensions of Metropolitan Land Use: Cross-Sectional Structure and Stability, June 1970.

30)        G. Hodge, A Probe of Living Areas in the Periphery of the Toronto Urban Field, July 1970.

29)        G. Hodge, Cottaging in the Urban Field: A Probe of Structure and Behaviour, April 1970, 18 pp.

28)        G. Hodge, Patterns and Parameters of Industrial Location in the Toronto Urban Field, April 1970, 24 pp.

27)        L.S. Bourne and C.A. Maher, Comparative Explorations of City-Size Distributions: The Ontario-Quebec Urban System, April 1970, 31 pp.

26)        W. Michelson, Selected Aspects of Environment Research in Scandinavia, March 1970, 22 pp.

25)        G. Gad, A Review of Methodological Problems in Estimating Urban Expansion, February 1970.

24)        J. W. Simmons, Interprovincial Interaction Patterns in Canada, February 1970, 54 pp.

23)        Gavin J.A. Smith, A Systems Approach to Toronto's Future Transportation Network, January 1970, 36 pp.

22)        W. Michelson, The Physical Environment as Attraction and Determinant: Social Effects in Housing, November 1969, 22 pp.

21)        W. Michelson, Analytic Sampling for Design Information: A Survey of Housing Experience, November 1969, 34 pp.

20)        W. Michelson, Space as a Variable in Sociological Enquiry: Serendipitous Findings on Macro-Environment, 1969, 29 pp.

19)        M. John Hodgson, Highway Link Addition Model for South-western Ontario, October 1969, 50 pp.

18)        Ross D. MacKinnon and M. John Hodgson, The Highway System of Southern Ontario and Quebec: Some Simple Network Generation Models, November 1969, 44 pp.

17)        Gerald Barber and L.S. Bourne, Structure and Process in Small Urban Centres: A Test of Some Preliminary Hypotheses, September 1969, 28 pp.

16)        R. Van der linde, Urban-Rural Relationships: A Survey of Research and an Empirical Test, September 1969, 46 pp.

15)        Alan M. Baker, Models of Spatial Behaviour in Urban Environments, August 1969, 20 pp.

14)        L.S. Bourne, Forecasting Land Occupancy Changes Through Markovian Probability Matrices: A Central City Example, August 1969, 24 pp.

13)        Ross D. MacKinnon, Dynamic Programming and Geographical Systems: A Review, July 1969, 39 pp.

12)        Leslie Curry, Univariate Spatial Forecasting, July 1969, 38 pp.

11)        Gunter Gad and Alan Baker, A Cartographic Summary of the Growth and Structure of the Cities of Central Canada, March 1969.

10)        C.A. Maher and L.S. Bourne, Land Use Structure and City Size: An Ontario Example, January 1969.

9)           Gerald Hodge, Comparisons of Structure and Growth of Urban Areas in Canada and The U.S.A., February 1969.

8)           G.T. McDonald, Trend Surface Analysis of Farm Size Patterns in Ontario and Quebec 1951-1961, September 1968, 55 pp.

7)           E.B. MacDougall, Farm Numbers in Ontario and Quebec: Analyses and Preliminary Forecasts, September 1968, 41 pp.

6)           J.W. Simmons, Flows in an Urban Area: A Synthesis, November 1968, 69 pp.

5)           L.S. Bourne, Trends in Urban Redevelopment, August 1968, 20 pp.

4)           S. Golant and L.S. Bourne, Growth Characteristics of the Ontario-Quebec Urban System, September 1968.

3)           T. Bunting and A.M. Baker, Structural Characteristics of the Ontario-Quebec Urban System, September 1968.

2)           L.S. Bourne and J.B. Davies, Behaviour of the Ontario-Quebec Urban System: City-Size Regularities, September 1968.

1)           L.S. Bourne and A.M. Baker, Urban Development in Ontario and Quebec: Outline and Overview, September 1968.