Name: Pablo Mendez
Title/Position: Assistant Professor
Department/Faculty/Institution: Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University
Degree(s)/School(s): PhD (Geography), University of British Columbia
MCRI Projects: A1: Universal Benchmarking
Research Interests: Urban and Economic Geography, uses of housing, housing markets, housing policy, mortgage markets, private rental housing
Moos, M., Mendez, P., McGuire, L., Wyly, E., Kramer, A., Walter-Joseph, R.,Williamson, M. (Forthcoming) "More continuity than change? Re-evaluating the contemporary socio-economic and housing characteristics of suburbs." Canadian Journal of Urban Research.
Mendez, Pablo and Noah Quastel (Forthcoming) "Subterranean Commodification: Informal Housing and the Legalization of Basement Suites in Vancouver from 1928 to 2009." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
Moos, M. and Mendez, P. (2015) "Suburban ways of living and the geography of income: How homeownership, single-family dwellings and automobile use define the metropolitan social space." Urban Studies.
Mendez, P., Moos, M. and Osolen, R. (2015) "Driving the commute: Getting to work in the auto-mobility city." In A. Walks (Ed.). The Urban Political Economy and Ecology of Automobility: Driving Cities, Driving Inequality, Driving Politics. Routledge.
Wyly, E., D. Martin, P. Mendez, S. Holloway (2012) “Transnational Tense: Immigration and Inequality in American Housing Markets.” In Gideon Bolt, A. Sule Özüekren, and Deborah Phillips (eds.) Linking Integration and Residential Segregation. Oxford: Routledge. (Originally published in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36(2): 187-208.)