Summarizes research conducted by the Housing Assistance Supply Experiment (HASE) as a guide to the Brookings Institution in its evaluation of HUD's experimental housing allowance program (EHAP). Topics are (1) critique of EHAP design, (2) policy implications of EHAP, (3) participation of eligible households, (4) mobility and search behavior, (5) other household behavior, (6) housing market effects of EHAP, (7) administrative lessons from EHAP, and (8) a universal housing allowance program. Cites relevant HASE documents under each topic, and indexes HASE publications through March 1979.
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