Research

Billingham, Chase M. and Sean Sandefur. 2019. “The Conceptual Pliability of TIF and the Political Rhetoric of Environmental Remediation: Groundwater Pollution and Tax ‘Decrement’ Financing in Wichita.” In Tax Increment Financing and Economic Development: Uses, Structures, and Impact (2nd Edition), edited by Craig L. Johnson and Kenneth A. Kriz. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

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Billingham, Chase M. 2019. “Within-District Racial Segregation and the Elusiveness of White Student Return to Urban Schools.” Urban Education 54:151-181.

Billingham, Chase M. and Shelley McDonough Kimelberg. 2018. “Identifying the Urban: Resident Perceptions of Community Character and Local Institutions in Eight Metropolitan Areas.” City & Community 17:858-882.

Billingham, Chase M. 2017. “Waiting for Bobos: Displacement and Impeded Gentrification in a Midwestern City.” City & Community 16:145-168.

Billingham, Chase M. and Shelley McDonough Kimelberg. 2016. “Opinion Polling and the Measurement of Americans’ Attitudes Regarding Education.” Journal of Education Policy 31:526-548.

Billingham, Chase M. and Matthew O. Hunt. 2016. “School Racial Composition and Parental Choice: New Evidence on the Preferences of White Parents in the United States.” Sociology of Education 89:99-117.

Billingham, Chase M. 2015. “The Broadening Conception of Gentrification: Recent Developments and Avenues for Future Inquiry in the Sociological Study of Urban Change.” Michigan Sociological Review 29:75-102.

Billingham, Chase. 2015. “Parental Choice, Neighbourhood Schools, and the Market Metaphor in Urban Education Reform.” Urban Studies 52:685-701.

Billingham, Chase M. and Shelley McDonough Kimelberg. 2013. “Middle-Class Parents, Urban Schooling, and the Shift from Consumption to Production of Urban Space.” Sociological Forum 28:85-108.

Kimelberg, Shelley M. and Chase M. Billingham. 2013. “Attitudes toward Diversity and the School Choice Process: Middle-Class Parents in a Segregated Urban Public School District.” Urban Education 48:198-231.