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Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University
533 Mergenthaler Hall, 3400 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 | (410) 929-2764


(current) Doctoral Candidate in Sociology, Johns Hopkins University, MD.
Advisor: Stefanie Deluca

(current) Masters Candidate in Applied Math and Statistics, Johns Hopkins University, MD

(2011) M.A. in Public Policy, Johns Hopkins University, MD.
Thesis: "Preserving Affordable Housing in Baltimore: Addressing Small Low-End Rental Properties"
Advisor: Sandra Newman

(2002) B.A. in Classical Greek and English Literature, Swarthmore College, PA.

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Garboden, Philip ME, Sandra Newman, and Tama Leventhal. “Estimating the Effects of Residential Mobility: A Methodological Note.” Journal of Social Service Research. Forthcoming.

Newman, Sandra and Philip ME Garboden. (2013). “Psychometrics of housing quality measurement in the American Housing Survey.” Cityscape. Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 293-306.

DeLuca, Stefanie, Philip ME Garboden, and Peter Rosenblatt. (2013). “Segregating shelter: How housing policies shape the residential locations of low income minority families.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.  Special Volume, “Rethinking Urban Disadvantage: The Role of Systems, Institutions, and Organizations” (Mario Small and Scott Allard, Eds.) Vol. 647, May, pp. 268-299.

Garboden, Philip ME and Sandra Newman. (2012). “Is preserving small, low-end rental housing feasible?” Housing Policy Debate. Vol. 22, No. 4, pp 507-526.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS                                       

Garboden, Philip ME. (2016). “The Double Crisis: A Statistical Report on Rental Housing Costs and Affordability in Baltimore City, 2000-2013” Abell Foundation Report: Baltimore, MD.

DeLuca, Stefanie, Anna Rhodes, Philip ME Garboden. (2016). “The Power of Place: How Housing Policy Can Boost Educational Opportunity.” Abell Foundation Report: Baltimore, MD.

Garboden, Philip ME and Sandra Newman. (2015). “Small Rental Properties in Baltimore.” in Maintenance and Investment in Small Rental Properties: Findings from New York City and Baltimore. The Furman Center: New York, NY.

DeLuca, Stefanie, Philip ME Garboden, and Peter Rosenblatt. (2012). “Why Don’t Vouchers Do a Better Job of Deconcentrating Poverty? Insights from Fieldwork with Poor Families.” Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC) Newsletter. Vol. 21 No. 5.


Associate Faculty, Health Policy & Management, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
Course Taught: Policy Analysis for the Real World, Spring 2017

Co-instructor, Social Policy Program, Johns Hopkins University
Course Taught: Baltimore as an Urban Laboratory, Spring 2015