Bostic at 2016 APPAM Fall Research, Conference The Role of Research in Making Government More Effective

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Raphael Bostic, the Judith and John Bedrosian Chair in Governance, presented at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) 2016 Fall Research Conference. APPAM is “dedicated to improving public policy and management by fostering excellence in research, analysis, and education.” Professor Bostic’s paper presentation for the Neighborhood and Population Dynamics of Transit panel was titled “Sustainability and Displacement: Assessing the Spatial Pattern of Residential Moves Near Rail Transit in Los Angeles County.” The paper explores whether new light rail catalyzes a process of house price and rent increases that pushes low-income residents out of transit-oriented neighborhoods, and if the answer is yes, where those low-income residents move. . Bostic coauthors this paper with Bedrosian Faculty Affiliate Marlon Boarnet and Bedrosian PhD candidates Seva Rodnyansky, Raul Santiago-Bartolomei, B. Danielle Williams and Allen Prohofsky, California Franchise Tax Board


Panel Paper: Sustainability and Displacement: Assessing the Spatial Pattern of Residential Moves Near Rail Transit in Los Angeles County

Saturday, November 5, 2016 : 10:15 AM
Gunston East

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Raphael Bostic1, Marlon Boarnet1, Seva Rodnyansky1, Raul Santiago-Bartolomei1, B. Danielle Williams1 and Allen Prohofsky2, (1)University of Southern California, (2)California Franchise Tax Board