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Open Season on Primaries

July 28, 2014 by Jeremy Loudenback The shock of the Representative Eric Cantor’s loss in the Virginia Republican primary earlier this summer has not quite subsided for some, including U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY). According to a New York … Continue reading

California Dreaming

July 21, 2014 by Jeremy Loudenback If it were up to Timothy Draper, he would move all of Los Angeles County’s residents to a new state in the name of better government. Draper, a Menlo Park venture capitalist, is behind … Continue reading

Park Equity Symposium Gathers Open Space Advocates

July 18, 2014 by Ariane Briski The issue of park equity has long existed on the fringes of several research sectors.  It is an issue of poverty, but core concerns like hunger and housing typically garner more public attention.  The … Continue reading

United for Veterans – Live Streaming Today

Summit on July 16 gathers local, state and federal stakeholders to highlight efforts to help veterans after their service Unite for Veterans is an event that will bring together key city, state and federal officials; business leaders; and community stakeholders … Continue reading

Sloane in Seoul, Korea

Professor David Sloane recently took a whirlwind tour of Seoul, giving several presentations, seminars, and meeting with alumni and new USC Price students along the way.   June 18th Lecture: Planning Los Angeles at Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea Tour: New administrative city … Continue reading

Summer Reading 2014

This summer, we thought we’d bring you a different kind of summer reading list. We don’t know about you, but summer seems to be the only time we can catch up to things we’ve been meaning to get to. This list … Continue reading

The Best and Worst in Governance – June

Best in Governance  U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit in New York  Release of the drone memo   As the Obama administration has expanded the scope of its worldwide drone war campaign to include American citizens, information about the … Continue reading

The Most Corrupt States in the Country—And How They Budget

July 7, 2014 by Jeremy Loudenback Does public-sector corruption help explain state-government spending? According to a recent study by Cheol Liu and John L. Mikesell in the Public Administration Review, the answer may be yes. With “The Impact of Public Officials’ … Continue reading

Green to discuss Los Angeles affordability with Zócalo

July 7, 2014 Richard Green will join a Zócalo Public Square panel moderated by Lauren Schuker Blum, Contributor, Wall Street Journal on July 31st to answer the burning question “Can Anyone Afford to Live in L.A. Anymore?” Zócalo will endeavor to answer why … Continue reading

Bostic to participate in Unite for Veterans event on July 16th

July 3, 2014 Raphael Bostic will participate in the upcoming Unite for Veterans summit presented by United Way of Greater Los Angeles, USC Price School of Public Policy, Federal Reserve Bank, and City of Los Angeles. The summit will feature panel discussions with … Continue reading

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