Gregory D. Squires

Title:
Professor of Sociology, and Public Policy and Public Administration
Faculty:
Full-Time
Office:
409A
Address: Phillips Hall
801 22nd St. NW
Washington, DC, 20052
Phone: 202-994-6894
Email:
squires@gwu.edu

Areas of Expertise

Urban sociology
Race relations
Urban development
Racial inequality
Community reinvestment

Background

Gregory D. Squires is a Professor of Sociology, and Public Policy and Public Administration at George Washington University. Currently he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Woodstock Institute, the Advisory Board of the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center in Chicago, Illinois, and the Social Science Advisory Board of the Poverty & Race Research Action Council in Washington, D.C. He has served as a consultant for civil rights organizations around the country and as a member of the Federal Reserve Board’s Consumer Advisory Council. He has written for several academic journals and general interest publications including Housing Policy Debate, Urban Studies, Social Science Quarterly, Urban Affairs Review, Journal of Urban Affairs, New York Times, and Washington Post. His recent books include Insurance Redlining (Urban Institute Press 1997), Color and Money (with Sally O'Connor - SUNY Press 2001), Urban Sprawl (Urban Institute Press 2002), Organizing Access to Capital (Temple University Press 2003), Why the Poor Pay More: How to Stop Predatory Lending (Praeger 2004), Privileged Places: Race, Residence and the Structure of Opportunity (with Charis E. Kubrin – Lynne Rienner 2006), There is No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster: Race, Class, and Hurricane Katrina (with Chester Hartman – Routledge 2006) and The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities (with Chester Hartman – Routledge 2010).

 

EMPLOYMENT

2000-present - Professor of Sociology and Public Policy and Public Administration, George Washington University

2000-2007 - Chair, Department of Sociology, George Washington University (acting chair 2010-11)

1984-2000 - Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (promoted from Associate Professor in 1991)
Chair, Department of Sociology, 1986-1990
Masters in Labor and Industrial Relations Program Faculty, 1984-2000
Urban Studies Program Faculty, 1984-2000

1977-1984 - Research Analyst, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

1972-1977 - Director, Human Rights Information Service, Michigan State University

1971-1972 - Co-Director, The Learning Exchange, Evanston, Illinois

1969-1972 - Research Assistant, Sieber & McIntyre Advertising, Chicago, Illinois

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

UNIVERSITY
Academic Planning Committee 1985-87, 1996-97
Economic Benefits Committee 1988-91
Graduate School Committee on Reviews 1989-92
Research Policy Committee 1989-92
Library Committee 1990-93
British Universities Exchange Committee, Off Campus Programs 1990-92
Chair, Extension Policy Committee 1992-93, member 1997-98, Co-Chair 1999-2000
Convocation Speaker, UWM Sophomore Honors Convocation 1993
Urban Initiative Committee 1995-99
Graduate School Research Committee 1996-97
Affirmative Action Advisory Committee 1997-99
Milwaukee Idea Committee of 100 1998-99
Task Force on Community-Based Service Learning 1998-99
Financial Disclosure Committee 1999-2000
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Committee 1999-2000
Institute for Service Learning Advisory Board 1999-2000
Athletic Board 1999-2000
Planning Council of Milwaukee Idea Conference 2000
Chair, Search Committee for Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 1999-2000

COLLEGE
Academic Standing and Appeals Committee 1984-87
Academic Planning Committee 1985-87
Dean’s Faculty Advisory Committee 1985-86
Social Science Divisional Committee 1992-93

DEPARTMENT
Sociology Chair, 1987-91
Graduate Admissions Committee 1985-87
Ad Hoc Grievance Committee 1985-86
Salary Review Committee 1986-87, 1991-92, 1995, 1997
Ad Hoc Committee on Sabbatical Proposals 1991-92
Recruitment Committee 1997-98, 1999-2000
Urban Studies Admissions Committee 1984-85
Chair, Prelim Committee 1985
Ad Hoc Program Handbook Committee 1986-87
Chair, Program Lectures and Programs Committee 1989-2000

George Washington University

UNIVERSITY
George Washington Institute of Public Policy Steering Committee 2000-03
Search Committee for Associate Director of the George Washington Institute of Public Policy 2001-02
Vice President’s Ad Hoc Committee on the George Washington Institute of Public Policy 2001-02
Executive Committee of the Center for Washington Area Studies 2001-present
Board Member, Duke Ellington School for the Arts 2005-08 (GW has 3 institutional seats on this board, I was appointed by Don Lehman)
University Urban Affairs Committee 05-present
Co-Chair, President’s Council on Diversity and Inclusion

COLLEGE
Columbian College of Arts and Science Review Team, Department of English as a Foreign Language Self Study 2001-02
Dean’s Council 2001-04, 2005-08 (Chair 07-08)
Steering Committee, CCAS Dean’s Seminars 2002-03
Co-chair, Romance languages Academic Program Review 2002-03
CCAS Ad Hoc Committee to Recruit Grants Administrators 2004-05
CCAS Graduate Studies Committee 2010-2012
College of Professional Studies Dean’s Council 2005-11
Dean’s Search Committee 2007-08

DEPARTMENT
Sociology Chair 2000-07 (acting chair 2010-2011)
Executive Committee for the Institute on Crime, Justice, and Corrections 2001-04
Chair, Ad Hoc Recruitment Committee 2005-06, 2009-10
Graduate Committee 2008-09
School of Public Policy and Public Administration Field Advisor (with Steven Tuch)–specialized field in Race, Ethnicity, and Public Policy, George Washington 2001-present (I created this field in 00-01)
Judge for Public Policy Student Association first annual Public Policy Student Poster Conference and Competition 2001-02
School of Public Policy and Public Administration Doctoral Program Steering Committee 2001-09
Chair, Ad Hoc Committee to Recruit New Director for School of Public Policy and Public Administration 2005-06
Ad hoc advisory committee to select the chair of Public Policy and Public Administration 2002-03 (Public Policy and Public Administration were separate programs prior to their merger and the creation of the School of Public Policy and Public Administration in 2004)
SPPPA Academic Promotion and Tenure Committee 2005-06

 

EDITORIAL SERVICES

1990-2009 - Editorial Board, Journal of Urban Affairs

2005-present - Editorial Board, Shelterforce

1981-present - Reviewer, American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, Criminology, Social Forces, Social Problems; Social Science Quarterly, The Sociological Quarterly, Sociological Focus, Sociological Forum, Sociological Inquiry, British Journal of Sociology, City & Community, Journal of Urban Affairs, Urban Affairs Review (formerly Urban Affairs Quarterly), International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Urban Studies, Cityscape, City & Society Economic Development Quarterly, Du Bois Review, Rural Sociology, Urban Geography, Political Power and Social Theory, Housing Policy Debate, Regional Studies, Housing Policy Debate, Risk Management and Insurance Review, Journal of the American Planning Association, Journal of Planning Education and Research, Public Finance and Management, Journal of Insurance Regulation, Journal of Planning Literature, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Professional Geographer, Public Administration Review, Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Journal of Consumer Affairs, International Journal of Conflict and Violence, Review of Black Political Economy, Sociology Compass, Feminist Economics, National Science Foundation, Sage Publications, The Brookings Institution, Allyn and Bacon, Rutgers University Press, SUNY Press, Westview Press, Temple University Press, Cornell University Press, Oxford University Press.

2005-2007 - Editorial Board, Sage Race Relations Abstracts

2002-2005 - Editorial Board, Social Problems

1984-1990 - Consulting Editor, The Journal of Intergroup Relations

1984-1987 - Associate Editor, The Wisconsin Sociologist

1982-1987 - Editor, The Journal of Intergroup Relations

 

EXPERT WITNESS

Anouti v. Farm Bureau Insurance (2008)

Murphy vs. Village of Ashwaubenon (2004-2005)

Ohio Civil Rights Commission complaint against Farmers Insurance (1999-2000)

Brisben v. Village of Brown Deer (1999-2000)

Canady et. al. vs. Allstate Insurance Company, et. al. (1997)

NAACP et. al. vs. American Family Mutual Insurance Company (1993)

 

CONSULTING (partial list)

Attorney General for the State of New York

Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

N.A.A.C.P.

Consumers Union

Fair housing organizations in several cities including: New York, Boston, Chicago, Newark, Little Rock, Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Milwaukee.

Center for Community Change, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

National Fair Housing Alliance

Department of Economic Development, City of Chicago

Department of Public Advocate, State of New Jersey

Virginia Department of Commerce

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.

Minnesota Department of Human Rights

Law Enforcement Assistance Administration and ACTION

Kentucky Commission on Human Rights

Utah Insurance Law Revision Commission

National Training and Information Center

National Association of Insurance Commissioners

Mott Foundation

 

Board Memberships

Washington, D.C. Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 2010-present

Consumer Funded Representative, National Association of Insurance Commissioners, 2008-09

Governing Board of the Urban Affairs Association, 2007-2009

Advisory Board of the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, University of Manchester, 2006-present

Board of Advisors, Boost (Building Open Opportunity Structures Together) Trenton, NJ, 2006-present

Advisory Board of the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center, 1996-present

The Woodstock Institute, 1998-2011

Advisory Board, Global Urban Development, 2003-present

National Housing Institute, 2005-present

Social Science Advisory Board, Poverty & Race Research Action Council, 2004-present

Consumer Advisory Council, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, 1996-98

Advisory Board, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council, 1996-2000

Wisconsin Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1986-1997

Board of Directors, Institute for Wisconsin’s Future, 1998-2000

Board of Directors, Wisconsin Community Fund, 1989-1991

Board Member, Northwest Side Community Development Corporation, 1985-89 (Pres. 1987-89)

 

ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS

2007-2010 - Urban Affairs Association Governing Board

1975-present - American Sociological Association
Task Force on Institutionalizing Public Sociologies, 2006-present
Council Member, Community and Urban Sociology Section 1997-1999
Advisory Committee of the Sydney S. Spivack Program in Applied Social Research and Social Policy, 1994-1996, 2008-2010
ASA Committee on Employment, 1989-1992
Ad Hoc ASA Committee on Unemployment, 1987-88
Co-Chair, Caucus on Underemployment in Sociology, 1983-1986

1977-1988, 2000-present - Society for the Study of Social Problems
Editorial and Publications Committee, 1985-86, 1988-1990
Committee on Unemployment in the Professions, 1977-1984
Program Committee, 1985
Labor Studies Nominating Committee, 1984
Braverman Award Subcommittee of Labor Studies Division, 1985

1988-present - International Sociological Association
Research Committee on Sociology of Urban and Regional Development

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE (partial list)

2006-present - Member, Advisory Board of the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre, University of Manchester

2005-present - Member, Board of the Duke Ellington School for the Arts Program, Washington, D.C.

2005-present - Member, Social Science Advisory Committee, Poverty & Race Research Action Council

1997-present - Member, Board of Directors, The Woodstock Institute

1996-present - Member, Advisory Board of the John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center

1996-2000 - Member, Board of Directors of the Institute for Wisconsin's Future

1978-present - Testified before several local, state, and federal legislative committees

1991-2000 - Member, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council Advisory Committee

1996-1999 - Member, Consumer Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Board

1989-1990 - Member of Governor's and Mayor's Fair Lending Action Committee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1988-1990 - Board Member, Wisconsin Community Fund

1985-1997 - Member, Wisconsin Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

1985-1988 - President, Board of Directors, Northwest Side Community Development Corporation, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1982-1984 - Board of Directors, Chiaravelle Montessori School, Evanston, IL

1972 - Tutor, Cook County Jail

1971 - Organizer, United Farmworkers Organizing Committee Chicago Boycott Office

Education

PhD, Sociology, Michigan State University
MA, Sociology, Michigan State University
BS, Journalism, Northwestern University

Publications

Books:

Marcus Raskin and Gregory D. Squires. (ed) Warfare Welfare: The Not-So-Hidden Costs of America’s Permanent War Economy. Forthcoming Herndon, VA: Potomac Books.

Hartman, Chester and Gregory D. Squires (ed) 2010. The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities New York: Routledge.

Hartman, Chester and Gregory D. Squires (ed) 2006. There is No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster: Race, Class, and Katrina New York: Routledge.

Squires, Gregory D. and Charis E. Kubrin. 2006. Privileged Places: Race, Residence and the Structure of Opportunity Boulder: Lynne Reinner Publishers.

Squires, Gregory D. (ed) 2004. Why The Poor Pay More: How to Stop Predatory Lending Westport, CT.: Praeger/Greenwood Publishing Group.

Squires, Gregory D. (ed.) 2003. Organizing Access to Capital: Advocacy and the Democratization of Financial Institutions, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Squires, Gregory D. (ed.) 2002. Urban Sprawl: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses, Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor 2001. Color and Money: Politics and Prospects for the Community Reinvestment Movement in Urban America, Albany: SUNY Press.

Squires, Gregory D. (ed.) 1997. Insurance Redlining: Disinvestment, Reinvestment, and the Evolving Role of Financial Institutions, Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press.

Squires, Gregory D. 1994. Capital and Communities in Black and White: The Intersections of Race, Class, and Uneven Development, Albany: SUNY Press

Squires, Gregory D. (ed.) 1992. From Redlining to Reinvestment: Community Responses to Urban Disinvestment, Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Squires, Gregory D.,(ed.) 1989. Unequal Partnerships: The Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment in Postwar America, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Squires, Gregory D., Larry Bennett, Kathleen McCourt, and Philip Nyden 1987. Chicago: Race, Class and the Response to Urban Decline. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Squires, Gregory D. 1979. Education and Jobs: The Imbalancing of the Social Machinery. New Brunswick: Transaction Books.

 

Articles in Refereed Journals:

Charis E. Kubrin, Gregory D. Squires, Steven Graves, and Graham C. Ousey. 2011. “Does Fringe Banking Exacerbate Neighborhood Crime Rates? Social Disorganization and the Ecology of Payday Lending,” Criminology and Public Policy. 10(2): 435-466.

Ross, Lauren M. and Gregory D. Squires. 2011. “The Personal Costs of Subprime Lending and the Foreclosure Crisis: A Matter of Trust, Insecurity, and Institutional Deception.” Social Science Quarterly, 92(1): 140-163.

Gregory D. Squires. 2010. “Social Insecurity: The Roller Coaster Ride of America’s Middle Class,” invited Foreword. Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy, 24 (2): 285-291.

Gregory D. Squires and Derek Hyra. 2010. “Foreclosures–Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow,” invited and refereed contribution to “Symposium on Obama’s Urban Policy, City & Community 9 (1): 50-60.

Nandinee Kutty and Gregory D. Squires. 2009. “Shelter from the Storm: The Multi-Dimensional Housing Crisis,” New Labor Forum. 18(3): 37-46.

Squires, Gregory D. 2008-2009. “Uneven Development and Unequal Access to Housing Finance Services,” New York Law School Law Review 53(2): 255-268.

Atlas, John, Peter Dreier, and Gregory Squires. 2008. “Foreclosing on the Free Market: How to Remedy the Subprime Catastrophe,” New Labor Forum 17(3): 18-29.

Gregory D. Squires. 2007. “Overcoming Discrimination in Housing, Credit, and Urban Policy,” Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal XXV: 81-95.

Kubrin, Charis E., Gregory D. Squires, and Eric A. Stewart. 2007. “Neighborhoods, Race, and Recidivism: The Community-Reoffending Nexus and its Implications for African Americans,” Sage Race Relations Abstracts 32 (1): 7-37.

Squires, Gregory D. 2007. “Demobilization of the Individualistic Bias: Housing Market Discrimination as a Contributor to Labor Market and Economic Inequality,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Vol. 609: 200-214

Squires, Gregory D. 2006. “Reigniting the Insurance Redlining Debate,” Journal of Insurance Regulation 24 (4): 3-6.

Gregory D. Squires and Charis E. Kubrin. 2006. “Racial Profiling Insurance Style,” Journal of Insurance Regulation 24 (4): 33-60. Reprinted from Gregory D. Squires and Charis E. Kubrin. 2006. Privileged Places: Race, Residence, and the Structure of Opportunity. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Samantha Friedman, Gregory D. Squires, and Jan Chadwick. 2006. “Cybersegregation: Are Neil Kelly and Greg Baker More Desirable Tenants Than Tyrone Jackson or Jorge Rodriguez?” Sage Race Relations Abstsracts 31 (2): 26-31.

Squires, Gregory D. and Jan Chadwick. 2006. “Linguistic Profiling: A Tradition of the Property Insurance Industry,” Urban Affairs Review 41 (3): 400-415. To be reprinted in John Baugh (ed.) Linguistic Profiling in Interdisciplinary Perspective: Social Science and Legal Insights (Vol. 2) Philadelphia: John Benjamins Press.

Friedman, Samantha and Gregory D. Squires. 2005. “Does the Community Reinvestment Act Help Minorities Access Traditionally Inaccessible Neighborhoods?” Social Problems 52(2): 209-231.

Farley, John and Gregory D. Squires. 2005. “Fences and Neighbors: Segregation in 21st Century America” Contexts 4 (1): 33-39. Reprinted in Jeff Goodwin and James M. Jasper (ed) 2008. The Contexts Reader. New York: W.W. Norton & Company. 456-464. Reprinted in Elizabeth Higginbotham and Margaret L. Anderson (eds) 2008. Race and Ethnicity in Society: The Changing Landscape. 2nd Edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Reprinted in David M. Newman and Jodi O’Brien (eds) 2008. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life, 7th Edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press. Reprinted in Joel M. Charon and Lee Garth Vigilant (eds) 2009. Social Problems: Readings with Four Questions, 3rd Edition. Belmont, CA.: Wadsworth.

Squires, Gregory D. and Charis E. Kubrin. 2005. “Privileged Places: Race, Uneven Development, and the Geography of Opportunity in Urban America,” Urban Studies 42, (1): 47-68. Reprinted in Urban Planning Overseas 2007. 22 (2): 13-25. To be reprinted in Global Urban Development Magazine semi-annual online publication of the Prague Institute for Global Urban Development.

Ronzio, Cynthia, Elsie Pamuk, and Gregory D. Squires. 2004. “The Politics of Preventable Deaths: Local Spending, Income Inequality and Premature Morality in U.S. Cities,” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Volume: 58, Issue: 3: 175-179.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “The New Redlining: Predatory Lending in an Age of Financial Service Modernization,” Sage Race Relations Abstracts 28 (3-4): 5-18.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “Racial Profiling, Insurance Style: Insurance Redlining and the Uneven Development of Metropolitan America,” Journal of Urban Affairs, 25 (4): 391-410.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “Trust, But Verify: A (Less) Spirited Defense,” Journal of Urban Affairs 25 (4): 423-425.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “Organize! The Limits of Public Awareness in Ensuring Fair Housing,” Housing Policy Debate 13 (3): 505-513.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “To Grow or Not to Grow: That is Not the Question,” City & Community 2 (1): 27-31.

Squires, Gregory D., Samantha Friedman, and Catherine E. Saidat. 2002. “Experiencing Residential Segregation: A Contemporary Study of Washington, DC,” Urban Affairs Review 38 (2): 155-183. Reprinted in David P. Varady (ed.) 2005. Urban Spatial Segregation: A Land Policy Perspective, SUNY Press. 127-144. Reprinted in Marlene Kim (ed.) 2007. Race, Work and Economic Opportunity in the 21st Century, New York: Routledge. 205-231.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O’Connor. 2001. “Access to Capital: Milwaukee’s Continuing Small Business Lending Gaps,” The Review of Black Political Economy 29 (2): 9-46.

Squires, Gregory D., Sally O’Connor, and Josh Silver. 2001. “The Unavailability of Information on Insurance Unavailability: Insurance Redlining and the Absence of Geocoded Disclosure Data,” Housing Policy Debates 12(2): 347-372.

Squires, Gregory D., Sally O'Connor, Michael Grover, and James Walrath. 1999. "Housing Affordability in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area: A Matter of Income, Race, and Policy," Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law 9(1): 34-73.

Goering, John and Gregory D. Squires. 1999. "Guest Editors' Introduction," Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research, special issue "Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act 4 (3): 1-17.

Kim, Sunwoong and Gregory D. Squires. 1998. "The Color of Money and the People Who Lend It," Journal of Housing Research 9 (2): 271-284.

Valent, Edward and Gregory D. Squires. 1998. "Creating and Sustaining Viable, Inclusive, Diverse, Stable Urban Neighborhoods in the United States: The Case of Milwaukee's Sherman Park Neighborhood," Cityscape 4 (2): 105-130.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1998. "Fringe Banking in Milwaukee: The Rise of Check Cashing Businesses and the Emergence of a Two-Tiered Banking System," Urban Affairs Review 34(1): 126-163.

Squires, Gregory D. 1998. "Why An Insurance Regulation To Prohibit Redlining?" The John Marshall Law Review 31 (2): 489-511.

Squires, Gregory D. and William Velez. 1996. "Mortgage Lending and Race: Is Discrimination Still a Factor?" Environment and Planning A28 (1): 1199-1208.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sunwoong Kim. 1995. "Does Anyone Who Works Here Look Like Me? Mortgage Lending, Race, and Lender Employment," Social Science Quarterly. 76 (4): 823-838.

Goldstein, Ira J. and Gregory D. Squires. 1995. "Obfuscating the Reality of Lending Discrimination Through Deceptively Rigorous Statistical Analysis: Comment on Leven and Sykuta," Urban Affairs Review 30 (4):580-586.

Kim, Sunwoong and Gregory D. Squires. 1995. "Lender Characteristics and Racial Disparities in Mortgage Lending," Journal of Housing Research5 (3): 99-113.

Squires, Gregory D. 1993. "Politics, Legends, and Citizenship: A Response to Daniel J. Monti," Journal of Urban Affairs, 15 (4): 335-340 (invited).

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1993. "Do Lenders Who Redline Make More Money Than Lenders Who Don't," The Review of Black Political Economy 21 (4): 81-107.

Moore, Thomas S. and Gregory D. Squires. 1991. "Two Tales of a City: Economic Restructuring and Uneven Development in a Former Company Town," Journal of Urban Affairs, 13 (2):159-173.

Squires, Gregory D. and Thomas A. Lyson. 1991. "Employee Ownership and Equal Opportunity: Ameliorating Race and Gender Wage Inequalities Through Democratic Work Organizations," Humanity and Society, 15 (1): 94-110.

Squires, Gregory D., William Vélez and Karl Taeuber. 1991. "Insurance Redlining, Agency Location, and the Process of Urban Disinvestment," Urban Affairs Quarterly, 26 (4): 567-588.

Squires, Gregory D. 1991. "Deindustrialization, Economic Democracy, and Equal Opportunity: The Changing Context of Race Relations in Urban America," Comparative Urban and Community Research, 3: 188-215.

Squires, Gregory D. 1989. "Twenty Years After the Kerner Report: The Changing Political Economy of Race in Urban America," Humanity and Society, 13 (2): 138-144.

Squires, Gregory D. and William Vélez. 1988. "Insurance Redlining and the Process of Discrimination," The Review of Black Political Economy, 16 (3): 63-75.

Moore, Thomas S. and Gregory D. Squires. 1988. "Industrial Revenue Bonds: The Social Costs and Private Benefits of a Public Subsidy," Public Administration Quarterly, 12 (2): 151-168.

Squires, Gregory D. and William Vélez. 1987. "Neighborhood Racial Composition and Mortgage Lending: City and Suburban Differences," Journal of Urban Affairs, 9 (3): 217-232.

Johnson, D. Paul, William R. Brown, Jerald Hage, Thomas A. Lyson, Dennis K. Orthner, Steven K. Paulson, Gregory D. Squires and Ronald D. Wimberley. 1987. "The Challenge of Training in Applied Sociology." The American Sociologist, 18 (4): 356-368.

Squires, Gregory D. and William Vélez. 1987. "Insurance Redlining and the Transformation of an Urban Metropolis," Urban Affairs Quarterly, 23 (1): 63-83.

Bennett, Larry, Gregory D. Squires, Kathleen McCourt and Philip Nyden. 1987. "Challenging Chicago's Growth Machine," International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 11, (4): 351-362.

Squires, Gregory D. 1986. "Inequality in Metropolitan Industrial Revenue Bonds Program," The Review of Black Political Economy, 14 (4): 37-50.

Squires, Gregory D. 1985. "Investment as an Equity Issue," New York University Review of Law and Social Change, XIII (2): 283-286.

Squires, Gregory D. 1984. "Industrial Revenue Bonds and the Deindustrialization of America," Urbanism Past and Present, IX (1): 1-9.

Lyson, Thomas A. and Gregory D. Squires. 1984. "The Promise and Perils of Applied Sociology: A Survey of Non-Academic Employers," Sociological Inquiry, 54 (1): 1-15.

Lyson, Thomas A. and Gregory D. Squires. 1983. "Oversupply or Underutilization? The Sociology Job Market in the 1980's," Sociological Focus, 16 (4): 275-283.

Squires, Gregory D. and Ruthanne DeWolfe. 1981. "Insurance Redlining in Minority Communities," The Review of Black Political Economy, 11 (3): 347-364.

DeWolfe, Ruthanne, Gregory D. Squires, and Alan S. DeWolfe. 1980. "Civil Rights Implications of Insurance Redlining," DePaul Law Review, 29 (2): 315-351.

Squires, Gregory D., Ruthanne DeWolfe, and Alan S. DeWolfe. 1979. "Urban Decline or Disinvestment: Uneven Development, Redlining, and the Role of the Insurance Industry," Social Problems, 27 (1): 79-95.

Lyson, Thomas A. and Gregory D. Squires. 1978. "The New Academic Hustle: Marketing a Ph.D." The American Sociologist, 13 (4): 233-238.

Squires, Gregory D. 1977. "Education, Jobs, and Inequality: Functional and Conflict Models of Social Stratification in the United States," Social Problems, 24 (4): 436-450. Reprinted in James Benet and Arlene Kaplan Daniels (eds.). 1980. Education: Straitjacket or Opportunity? New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 43-57. Reprinted in Kevin J. Dougherty and Floyd M. Hammack. 1989. Education and Society, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 548-560.

Squires, Gregory D. 1975. "Implementing Open Housing Laws Through Social Action, Revisited," Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 11 (4): 504-507.

 

Book Chapters:

Gregory D. Squires. Forthcoming. “Segregation as a Driver of Subprime Lending and the Ensuing Economic Fallout,” in Rob Silverman (ed) Fair and Affordable Housing in the US: Trends, Outcomes, Future Directions. Boston: Brill.

Gregory D. Squires and Jan Chadwick. Forthcoming. “Linguistic Profiling: A Tradition of the Property Insurance Industry,” in John Baugh (ed.) Linguistic Profiling in Interdisciplinary Perspective: Social Science and Legal Insights (Vol. 2) Philadelphia: John Benjamins Press. Reprinted from Urban Affairs Review 41 (3): 400-415.

Gregory D. Squires. 2011. “Predatory Lending: Redlining in Reverse,” in Myron Levine (ed) Urban Society 15th Edition. New York, NY: McGraw Hill. 15-17. Reprinted from Shelterforce, January/February 2005.

Chester Hartman and Gregory D. Squires. 2010. "Katrina and Kids: The Impact, the Sequelae," In Awotona, Adenrele (ed.). (2010). Rebuilding Sustainable Communities for Children and their Families after Disasters: A Global Survey, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, U.K.: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 159-169, and as e-book by MyILibrary (LaVergne, TN)

Gregory D. Squires and Jan Chadwick. 2009. “From Redlining to Reinvestment: ACORN and the Emergence of a Community Reinvestment Infrastructure,” in Robert Fisher (ed) The People Shall Rule: ACORN, Community Organizing, and the Struggle for Economic Justice Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.

Chester Hartman and Gregory D. Squires, 2009. “Disasters and Community Economic Development: Lessons from New Orleans,” in Roger Clay and Susan Jones (eds) Community Economic Development: A Legal Guide for Advocates, Lawyers and Policymakers. Chicago: American Bar Association.

Gregory D. Squires 2009. “Inequality and Access to Financial Services,” In Johanna Niemi-KiesilainenIain Ramsay Bill Whitford (eds) Consumer Credit , Over-indebtedness and Bankruptcy: National and International Dimensions Oxford, U.K.: Hart Publishing Oxford.

Gregory D. Squires. 2009. “Predatory Lending: Redlining in Reverse,” in Myron A. Levine (ed) Urban Sociology 14th Edition. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Reprinted from Shelterforce, Jan./Feb. 2005: 16-19.

Gregory D. Squires (2008). “Katrina’s Race and Class Effects Were Planned,” Abby L. Ferber, Andrea O’Reilly Herrera, Christina Jimenez & Dena Samuels (eds) The Matrix Reader: Examining the Dynamics of Oppression and Privilege: New York: McGraw-Hill. Reprinted from Progressive Planning, No 167: 10-11.

Gregory D. Squires (2008). “The Prospects and Pitfalls of Fair Housing Enforcement Efforts,” in James H. Carr and Nandinee K. Kutty (eds) Segregation: The Rising Costs for America. New York: Routledge Publications: 307-323.

Chester Hartman and Gregory D. Squires (2008). “The Social Construction of Disaster: New Orleans As the Paradigmatic American City,” in Manning Marable and Kristen Clarke (eds) Seeking Higher Ground: The Race, Public Policy & Hurricane Katrina Crisis Reader New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 271-294.

Gregory D. Squires. (2008). “No Progress Without Protest,” in James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert (eds.) The Community Development Reader. New York: Routledge Publications. Reprinted from Shelterforce XXV (2): 12-15.

Gregory D. Squires. 2006. “Race, Poverty, and Homeowners Insurance,” in Chester Hartman (ed) Poverty & Race in America: The Emerging Agenda, Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe: 89-91:183-188.

Squires, Gregory D. 2005. “Policies of Prejudice,” in Robert H. Lauer and Jeanette C. Lauer (ed) Sociology: Windows on Society. 7th Edition. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing Company: 179-184. Reprinted from Challenge (July-August 1996).

Squires, Gregory D. 2000. "Color and Money in Milwaukee: The Persistent Mortgage Lending Gap," in Stanley F. Battle (ed) The State of Black Milwaukee. Milwaukee: The Milwaukee Urban League Inc.: 195-214.

Squires, Gregory D. 1998. "Race and Space: Redlining and the Uneven Development of Urban Communities," in William Vélez (ed.) Race and Ethnicity in the U.S.: An Institutional Approach. Dixon Hills, NY: General Hall Inc.

Squires, Gregory D. and Dan Willett. 1997. "The Fair Lending Coalition: Organizing Access to Capital in Milwaukee," in Philip Nyden, Anne Figert, Mark Shibley, and Darryl Burrows (ed.) Finding Community: Social Science in Action. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press: 52-56.


Squires, Gregory D. 1996. "Friend or Foe? The Federal Government and Community investment," in Dennis Keating, Norm Krumholz, and Phil Star (ed.) Urban Neighborhoods: Growth, Decline and Revitalization. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas: 222-234.

Squires, Gregory D. 1994. "Community Reinvestment: The Privatization of Fair Lending Law Enforcement" in Robert D. Bullard (ed.) Residential Apartheid: The American Legacy, Los Angeles: UCLA Center for Afro-American Studies: 257-286.

Squires, Gregory D. 1993. "All the Discomforts of Home: The Political Economy of Housing,"in Ray Hutchinson (ed.) New Perspectives in Urban Sociology. Research in Urban Sociology III Greenwich, CT: JAI Press: 129-157.

Lyson, Thomas A. and Gregory D. Squires. 1993. "Ideology and the Celebration of Applied Sociology," in Larry Reynolds, Gideon Sjoberg, and Ted R. Vaughan (ed.) A Critique of Contemporary American Sociology, Dixon Hills: General Hall Publishing Company: 289-303.

Squires, Gregory D. 1991. "Partnership and the Pursuit of the Private City," in Mark Gottdiener and Chris Pickvance (ed.) Urban Life in Transition: Critical and Comparative Perspectives. Newbury Park: Sage Publications. 196-221. Reprinted in Susan Fainstein and Scott Campbell (ed) 2002. Readings in Urban Theory 2nd edition, Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers. 239-259. And 3rd edition, Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.

Squires, Gregory D. 1990. "Education, Jobs, and Inequality: Functional and Conflict Model of Social Stratification in the United States," in Kevin J. Dougherty and Floyd M. Hammack (eds.) Education and Society, San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 548-560.

Squires, Gregory D. 1989. "Runaway Factories are Also a Civil Rights Issue," in Stanley Eitzen and Maxine Baca Zinn (ed.) The Reshaping of America: Social Consequences of the Changing Economy. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. 179-181.

Moore, Thomas S. and Gregory D. Squires. 1988. "Public Policy and Private Benefits: The Case of Industrial Revenue Bonds," in Scott Cummings (ed.), Business Elites and Urban Development: Case Studies and Critical Perspective. Albany: SUNY Press. 97-117.

Bennett, Larry, Kathleen McCourt, Philip Nyden and Gregory D. Squires. 1988. "Beyond Urban Renewal: Growth and Development in Chicago," in Scott Cummings (ed.), Business Elites and Urban Development: Case Studies and Critical Perspective. Albany: SUNY Press. 183-202.

Squires, Gregory D. 1984. "Capital Mobility Versus Upward Mobility: The Racially Discriminatory Consequences of Plant Closings and Corporate Relocation," in William K. Tabb and Larry Sawers (eds.) Sunbelt/Snowbelt: Urban Growth and Restructuring, New York: Oxford University Press. 152-162.

Squires, Gregory D. 1982. "Runaway Plants, Capital Mobility and Black Economic Rights," John C. Raines, Lenora E. Berson, and David McI. Gracie (eds.) Capital and Communities in Conflict: Plant Closings and Job Loss. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 62-97.

 

Encyclopedia Entries

Squires, Gregory D. Forthcoming. “White privilege.” In C. McIlwain & S.M. Caliendo (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Race & Ethnicity. London, England: Routledge.

Squires, Gregory D. 2008. “Blockbusting,” Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society Thousand Oaks, CA; Sage Publications: vol. 1, 179-201

Squires, Gregory D. and Jan Chadwick. 2006. “Steering, Racial Real Estate” Encyclopedia Of Sociology Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers. 4762-4765.

Squires, Gregory D. 2006. “Redlining, Loan Discrimination, and Predatory Lending” Social Issues: An Encyclopedia Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. 1452-1458.

Squires, Gregory D. 2005. “Insurance Redlining” in Roger Caves (ed) Encyclopedia of the City, London: Routledge. 264-265.

Squires, Gregory D. 2003. “Blockbusting” Encyclopedia of Community, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Vol. 1, 93-95.

Squires, Gregory D. 1998. “Redlining,” in Willem van Vliet (ed) The Encyclopedia of Housing, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. 462-463.

Squires, Gregory D. 1998. “Community Reinvestment Act,” “Home Mortgage Disclosure Act,” and “Redlining,” in Willem van Vliet The Encyclopedia of Housing Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 462-463.

Squires, Gregory D. 1998. “Redlining” and “Milwaukee, Wisconsin” in Neil Larry Shumsky (ed) Encyclopedia of Urban America, Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO. 473-475.

 

Review Essays:

Squires, Gregory D. 1990. "Economic Restructuring, Urban Development, and Race: The Political Economy of Civil Rights in 'Post Industrial' America," The Western Political Quarterly. 43 (1): 201-217. Books include: Bennett Harrison and Barry Bluestone, The Great U-Turn: Corporate Restructuring and the Polarizing of America; Michael Peter Smith and Joe R. Feagin (ed.), The Capitalist City; William Julius Wilson, The Truly Disadvantaged: The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy; Charles Murray, In Pursuit of Happiness and Good Government; David Osborne, Laboratories of Democracy: A New Breed of Governor Creates Models for National Growth.

Squires, Gregory D. 1981. "Housing in America: Shelter or Social Control," Contemporary Sociology. 10 (6): 775-757. Books include: Sternlieb et. al., America's Housing: Prospects and Problems; Gold, Housing Market Discrimination: Causes and Effects of Slum Formation; and Plunz (ed.), Housing Form And Public Policy in the United States.

 

Book Reviews:

William Julius Wilson, More Than Just Race: Being Black and Poor in the Inner City, “Why William Julius Wilson Matters,” Symposium on William Julius Wilson’s More Than Just Race: Being black and Poor in the Inner City Sociological Forum (2010) 25 (2): 382-385.

Chad Alan Golderg, Citizens and Paupers: Relief, Rights, and Race, from the Freedmen’s Bureau to Workfare Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007, in Social Forces (2009) 88 (1):479-481.

Michal Krzyzanowski and Ruth Wodak, The Politics of Exclusion: Debating Migration in Austria New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2009, in Contemporary Sociology (2009) 38(5): 429-430.

Camille Zubrinksy Charles, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Race, Class, and Residence in Los Angeles New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006, in City & Community (2007) 6 (3):254-256.

Xavier de Souza Briggs (ed) The Geography of Opportunity: Race and Housing Choice in Metropolitan America Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, 2005, in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2006) 30 (1): 235-236.

Jennifer Wolch, Manuel Pastor Jr. and Peter Dreier (eds) Up Against the Sprawl: Public Policy and the Making of Southern California in Contemporary Sociology (2006) 35 (1): 53-54.

Guy Stuart, Discriminating Risk: The U.S. Mortgage Lending Industry in the Twentieth Century in Urban Affairs Review (2005) 41 (2): 262-264.

Dan Immergluck, Credit to the Community: Community Reinvestment and Fair Lending Policy in the United States in Journal of the American Planning Association (2005) 71 (2): 224-225.

Mara S. Sidney, Unfair Housing: How National Policy Shapes Community Action in Urban Studies (2004) 41 (8): 1611-1612

John W. Frasier, Florence M. Margai, and Eugene Tettey-Fio, Race and Place: Equity Issues in Urban America in Journal of Urban Affairs (2004) 26 (1): 123-124.

Steve Fenton and Harriet Bradley (eds), Ethnicity and Economy: “Race and Class” Revisited in Contemporary Sociology (2003) 32 (3): 293-294.

Leonard S. Rubinowitz and James E. Rosenbaum, Crossing the Class and Color Lines: From Public Housing to White Suburbia in Journal of Urban Affairs (2002) 24 (3): 369-372.

Joe R. Feagin and Hernan Vera, Liberation Sociology, and Mark R. Warren, Dry Bones Rattling: Community Building to Revitalize American Democracy, in Journal of Urban Affairs (2002) 24 (2): 242-246.

Robert J. Chaskin, Prudence Brown, Sudhir Venkatesh, and Avis Vidal, Building Community Capacity in Contemporary Sociology (2002) 31 (2): 173-174.

Alice O’Connor, Chris Tilly, Lawrence D. Bobo (Ed), Urban Inequality: Evidence from Four Cities in American Journal of Sociology in American Journal of Sociology (2001) 107 (2):511-512.

Peter Dreier, John Mollenkopf, and Todd Swanstrom, Place Matters: Metro politics for the Twenty-First Century in City & Community (2002) 1 (1): 140-142.

Charles S. Varano, Forced Choices: Class, Community, and Worker Ownership in Contemporary Sociology (2001) 30 (4): 353-354.

Mary Pattillo-McCoy, Black Picket Fences: Privilege and Peril Among the Black Middle Class in Journal of Urban Affairs (2000) 22 (3): 351-351.

Joel Rast, Remaking Chicago: The Political Origins of Urban Industrial Change in Urban Studies (2000) 37 (4): 813-815.

Jane Balin, A Neighborhood Divided: Community Resistance to an AIDS Care Facility in Society (2000) 37 (4): 85-86.

Charles Green (ed), Globalization and Survival in the Black Diaspora: The New Urban Challenge in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (1999) 23 (4): 799-800.

John O. Norquist, The Wealth of Cities: Revitalizing the Centers of American Life in Urban Affairs Review (1999) 34 (3): 501-504.

Scott Cummings, Left Behind in Rosedale: Race Relations and the Collapse of Community Institutions Contemporary Sociology (1998) 27 (6): 621-622.

Mark Schneider and Paul Teske with Michael Mintrom, Public Entrepreneurs: Agents for Change in American Government in Urban Studies (1996) 33 (2): 383-384.

W. Edward Orser, Blockbusting in Baltimore: The Edmondson Village Story in Contemporary Sociology (1995) 24 (5): 649-650.

Harold A. McDougall, Black Baltimore: A New Theory of Community in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (1994) 18 (1): 153-154.

Ronald K. Vogel, Political Economy: Broward County, Florida in Public Administration Review (1993) 53 (2): 182-183.

Roger Lane, William Dorsey's Philadelphia & Ours: On the Past and Future of the Black City in America in Contemporary Sociology (1992) 21 (4): 484-485.

Jacqueline Leavitt and Susan Saegert, From Abandonment to Hope: Community Households in Harlem in Gender and Society (1992). 6 (1): 150-151.

Clarence Y.H. Lo, Small Property Versus Big Government: Social Origins of the Property Tax Revolt, in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. (1991). 15 (3): 481-482

Susan Welch and Timothy Bledsoe, Urban Reform and its Consequences: A Study in Representation in Contemporary Sociology. (1989). 18 (6): 911-912.

"Pastoral on the U.S. Economy: Bishops Letter Brings Human Values Back into the Debate," Humanity and Society (1986). 9 (3): 348-350.

Paul Burstein, Discrimination, Jobs and Politics: The Struggle for Equal Opportunity in the United States Since The New Deal in American Journal of Sociology (1986). 91 (5):1263-1265.

Peter F. Drucker, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Practice and Principles in Business and Society Review (1985). 55: 74-76.

Lloyd Hogan, Principles of Black Political Economics in Rural Sociology (1985). 50 (1): 125-127.

Thomas Sowell, Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality? in The Journal of Intergroup Relations (1983) XII (2): 46-52.

James C. Cobb, The Selling of the South in Southern Exposure (1983). XI (5): 68-69.

Charles Bowden and Lew Kreinberg, Street Signs Chicago in The Journal of Intergroup Relations (1983): 99-101.

Paula R. Newberg (ed.) The Politics of Human Rights in Contemporary Sociology (1982). 11 (2):220-221.

George Gilder, Wealth and Poverty in In These Times (1981). 5 (25): 18.

David F. Noble, America by Design in The Review of Radical Political Economics (1978) 10 (4):72-74.

Barry R. Gross (ed.), Reverse Discrimination in The Review of Black Political Economy 1978, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 218-221.

Nathan Glazer, Affirmative Discrimination in Good Government (1976). 93 (2): 14-17.

 

Monographs and Reports:

Gregory D. Squires. 2009. “The Consumer Financial Protection Agency: Key to Safety and Soundness and Consumer Protection,” Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Ohio State University Gregory D. Squires, Derek S. Hyra, and Robert N. Renner. 2009. “Segregation and the Subprime Lending Crisis,” Washington, D.C.: Economic Policy Institute.

Gregory D. Squires. 2008. “Do Subprime Loans Create Subprime Cities: Surging Inequality and the Rise in Predatory Lending” Washington. D.C.: Economic Policy Institute.

Squires, Gregory D., Samantha Friedman, and Catherine E. Saidat. 2002. “Experiencing Residential Segregation: A Contemporary Study of Washington, DC,” Washington, D.C.: Center for Washington Area Studies, The George Washington University.

Darden, Joe T., Gregory D. Squires, and Sally O’Connor. 2002. “Mortgage Lending Discrimination in the Grand Rapids Metropolitan Area,” report prepared for the Equal Opportunity Department of the City of Grand Rapids.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O’Connor. 2001. Access to Capital: Milwaukee’s Continuing Small Business Lending Gaps, The Woodstock Institute.

Sampson, Robert J., Gregory D. Squires, and Min Zhou. 2001. How Neighborhoods Matter: The Value of Investing at the Local Level. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor.1999. "Access to Capital: Milwaukee's Small Business Lending Gaps" in Blanton, Jackson L., Alicia Williams, and Sherrie L.W. Rhine (eds) Business Access to Capital and Credit: A Federal Reserve System Research Conference Conference Proceedings published by The Federal Reserve System.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1999. Community Reinvestment in Milwaukee: An Ambiguous Legacy, Fair Lending Coalition and Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1998. Housing Affordability in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Area: A Matter of Income, Race, and Policy, Institute for Wisconsin's Future.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1997. Milwaukee's Best (and Worst?) Mortgage Lenders, Fair Lending Coalition.

Squires, Gregory D. and Sally O'Connor. 1997. Access to Capital: Milwaukee's Small Business Lending Gaps, Fair Lending Coalition.

Squires, Gregory D. 1997. GMAC Mortgage Corporation: An Assessment of Mortgage Lending Activity in Five Metropolitan Areas. prepared for The International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

Squires, Gregory D. 1996. Closing the Racial Gap? Mortgage Lending and Segregation in Milwaukee's Suburbs. Joint publication of the Institute for Wisconsin's Future and the Fair Lending Coalition.

Squires, Gregory D. 1996. The Persistent Racial Gap: Milwaukee's Mortgage Lending Market During the 1990s. Milwaukee: Fair Lending Coalition.

Squires, Gregory D., Sunwoong Kim, and Peter Minarik. 1994. Mortgage Lending, Race, and Lender Employment: Does Anybody Who Works Here Look Like Me? Washington, D.C.: National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

Bradford, Calvin, David W. Bartelt, Chuck Finn, John Metzger, Rick Marisco, Bill Milczarski, Michael Richman, Anne B. Shlay, and Gregory D. Squires. 1993. National Community Reinvestment Coalition Research Agenda Resource Washington, D.C.: National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

Squires, Gregory D., William Vélez, and Karl E. Taeuber. 1990. "Insurance Redlining, Agency Location, and The Process of Urban Disinvestment," Madison: Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin, CDE Working Paper 90-01.

Squires, Gregory D., Industrial Revenue Bonds: Equal Opportunity in Chicago's IRB Program? 1986. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Equity, Employment, and Private Investment: The Stakes for Black America.1985. Working Paper, Washington, D.C.: Joint Center for Political Studies.

Squires, Gregory D. and Wendy Wintermute. 1984. Equal Opportunity in City Contracts: An Examination of Chicago's Contract Compliance Programs, Chicago Urban League.

Squires, Gregory D. (Ed.) 1982. Housing: Chicago Style. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Business Incentives and Minority Employment. 1982. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Bigotry and Violence in Michigan: Shame or Sham? 1982. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Shutdown: Economic Dislocation and Equal Opportunity. 1981. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D. and Ruthanne DeWolfe, Insurance Redlining: Fact Not Fiction.1979. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D. and Gerald M. Keenan (Ed.) 1979. Insurance Redlining and Reinvestment: Directions for Change. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and the National Training and Information Center, Chicago.

Squires, Gregory D., Affirmative Action or Inaction? The Pursuit of Equal Employment Opportunity in Cleveland. 1977. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Equal Opportunity in the Fort Wayne Community Schools: A Continuing Struggle. 1977. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Squires, Gregory D., Affirmative Action: A Guide for the Perplexed. 1977. East Lansing: The Institute for Community Development and Services, Continuing Education Service, Michigan State University.

Squires, Gregory D., Inequality and Public Policy: The Ethics of Affirmative Action (ed.) 1976. East Lansing: The Institute for Community Development and Services, Continuing Education Service, Michigan State University.

Squires, Gregory D., Equal Employment Opportunity and Fair Housing: A Guide for Local Human Relations Commissions.1976. East Lansing: The Institute for Community Development and Services, Michigan State University.

Squires, Gregory D., The Learning Exchange: An Alternative in Adult Education. 1975. East Lansing: The Institute for Community Development and Services, Continuing Education Service, Michigan State University. Reprinted in the 1976-77 edition of Yearbook of Adult and Continuing Education.

 

Public Policy Publications:

Articles in several publications including: Adult Leadership, American Banker, The American Prospect, Business and Society Review, Challenge, Civil Rights Digest, dollars and sense, Footnotes, Hispanic Business Monthly, Journal of Housing, The Journal of Intergroup Relations, The Nation, National Underwriter, New Politics, Planners Network, Poverty & Race, The Progressive, Progressive Planning, Rural Sociologist, Shelterforce, Working Papers, Workplace Democracy, Huffington Post.Com

 

Newspaper Articles:

Editorial columns in several newspapers including: New York Times; Washington Post; Chicago Tribune; Chicago Sun-Times; Chicago Defender; Crains Chicago Business; Denver Post; San Diego Union; Kansas City Times; In These Times; El Paso Times; Gary Post Tribune; Racine Labor Press; The Milwaukee Business Journal; Milwaukee Journal; Milwaukee Sentinel; Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel; Detroit Free Press; Cleveland Plain Dealer; St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Sacramento Bee; San Antonio Express; Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Louisville Courier-Journal, Boston Herald

Distinctions

2011 - Robert and Helen Lynd Lifetime Achievement Award from the Community and Urban Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association.

2009 - Joseph B. Gittler Award for Significant Scholarly Achievement in Contributing to the Ethical Resolution of Social Problems, Society for the Study of Social Problems

2007 - Stuart A. Rice Award for Career Achievement, District of Columbia Sociological Society

2006-10 - Fulbright Senior Specialist Roster

2004 - Urban Affairs Association/Fannie Mae Foundation Best Paper in Housing or Community Development, Charis E. Kubrin and Gregory D. Squires, “The Impact of Capital on Crime: Does Access to Home Mortgage Money Reduce Crime Rates?” paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association

2000 - Distinguished Service, Council Member of the Community and Urban Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association

1998 - Volunteer Service Award, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council

1996 - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Reinvention Award.

1996 - Community Reinvestment Award. Fair Lending Coalition, Milwaukee, WI.

1993 - University of Wisconsin Community Partnership Award (with the Fair Lending Coalition)

1992 - Distinguished Public Service Award, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

1987 - Outstanding Contributions to Fair Housing in the Milwaukee Community, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council.

1986 - Best Paper Award, Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Gregory D. Squires and William Vélez, "Insurance Redlining and the Transformation of an Urban Metropolis" paper presented at the 1986 Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association

1984 - J. Mansir Tydings Award for most significant contribution to The Journal of Intergroup Relations in preceding year.

1980 - Outstanding Performance Award, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights