A recent article in Housing Policy Debate, “A Perfect Storm? Disasters and Evictions,” is one of the first studies to examine the relationship between disasters and evictions. The study combines a quantitative analysis of national data on disasters and evictions with a qualitative case study of the recovery following Hurricane Michael in Bay County, Florida. The research finds that disasters increase evictions and explores factors underlying this relationship.
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