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Publications

  • Pamuk, A. 2012. "China’s Housing Reform and Outcomes" (book review). Journal of the American Planning Association 78: 495.

  • Pamuk, A. 2011. Contemporary Chinese America (book review). Journal of Planning Education and Research 31: 226-227.

  • Pamuk, A. 2009. Immigration and urban development. In Local Planning: Contemporary Principles and Practice , edited by G. Hack, E. Brich, P. Sedway and M. Silver. Washington, D.C.: International City Management Association (ICMA).

  • Pamuk, A., R. Andersson and A. Brama. 2007. Residential segregation and immigrant clustering patterns in Europe: Spatial evidence from Paris, Amsterdam, and Stockholm. Institute for Housing and Urban Research, WP-54, Uppsala University, Sweden.

  • Pamuk, Ayse. 2006. Mapping global cities: GIS methods in urban analysis. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press.

  • Pamuk, A. 2004. “Immigrant Clusters & Homeownership in Global Metropolises: Suburbanization Trends in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York” Institute of Urban and Regional Development, Working Paper, Berkeley: University of California, WP-2004-02. Institute of Urban and Regional Development, Working Paper, Berkeley: University of California.

  • Pamuk, A. 2004. Geography of immigant clusters in global cities: A case study of San Francisco, 2000. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 28: 287-307.

  • Pamuk, Ayse. 2003. Children under Five Years of Age in Poverty in San Francisco, 2000. http://online.sfsu.edu/~pamuk/povertysfchildren.pdf.

  • Pamuk, Ayse. 2002. The Spatial Distribution of Family Income and Poverty in San Francisco, 2000. http://online.sfsu.edu/~pamuk/sf-income.pdf.

  • Pamuk, A. 2002. Housing policy and practice in China (book review). International Journal of Urban and Regional Research: 863-865.

  • Pamuk, A. 2002. Homeownership and housing finance policy in the former Soviet bloc (book review). International Journal of Urban and Regional Research: 863-865.

  • Pamuk, Ayse. 2002. San Francisco's Children and the Need for Head Start Centers. http://online.sfsu.edu/~pamuk/SanFrChildren.pdf.

  • Pamuk, A. 2001. “Informality in San Francisco & 2000 Census Data Analysis”. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA.

  • Pamuk, A. 2001. Extending themselves: User-initiated transformations of government-built housing in developing countries. (book review). Journal of the American Planning Association: 348-349.

  • Pamuk, A. 2000. Informal institutional arrangements in credit, land markets and infrastructure delivery in Trinidad. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

  • Pamuk, A. and P. Cavallieri. 1999. Alleviating urban poverty in a global city. Habitat International: 427-429.

  • Pamuk, A. 1999. Encyclopedia of housing (book review). Journal of Planning Education and Research: 361-362.

  • Pamuk, A. and D. Dowall. 1998. price of land for housing in Trinidad. Urban Studies: 285-299.

  • Pamuk, A. 1998. Self-help housing, the poor, and the state in the Caribbean (book review). Housing Studies: 587-589.

  • Pamuk, A. 1998. Housing the urban poor (book review). Housing Studies: 741-743.

  • Pamuk, A. and P. Cavallieri. 1998. Alleviating urban poverty in a global city. Habitat International: 449-462.

  • Leaf, M. and A. Pamuk. 1997. Habitat II and the globalization of ideas. Journal of Planning Education and Research: 71-78.

  • Pamuk, A. 1996. Convergence trends in formal and informal housing markets. Journal of Planning Education and Research: 103-113.

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Educational Background

  • 1994 – Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (City and Regional Planning)

  • 1989 – M.C.P, University of California, Berkeley (City and Regional Planning)

  • 1987 – M.S., Agean University (Computer Sciences)

  • 1984 – B.C.P., Middle East Technical University (City and Regional Planning)

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Grants

  • Space, Culture, and Urban Policy: Integrating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into Social Science Research Methods Courses, National Science Foundation award # 0228878 http://online.sfsu.edu/nsfgis/

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