Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs: 2008

Designed to reach a wide audience of scholars and policymakers, the Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs is an annual series that serves as a forum for cutting-edge, accessible research on urban policy. The editors seek to integrate broader research into the urban policy discussion by bringing urban studies scholars together with economists and researchers studying subjects with important urban implications. Contents include: • Toward a Comprehensive Assessment of Road Pricing Accounting for Land Use Ashley Langer (University of California– Berkeley) and CliffordWinston (Brookings) • Prospects for Urban Road Pricing in Canada Robin Lindsey (University of Alberta) • Resurrecting the National Housing Market: Reassessing the Role of National and Local Shocks in Metropolitan Area Housing Markets Raven E. Saks (Federal Reserve Board of Governors) •Neighborhoods, Economic Self- Sufficiency, and the MTO John Quigley and Steven Raphael (University of California–Berkeley) • London Congestion Charging Georgina Santos (University of Oxford) •Antitrust Implications of Home Seller Outcomes When Using Flat-Fee Real Estate Agents Steven D. Levitt and Chad Syverson (University of Chicago)