by Bri Gauger In the summer of 2013, eighteen students conducted research for the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee (CTCAC) as part of a Masters of Planning studio course led by Dr. Jan Breidenbach. Located in the Treasurer’s Office, CTCAC … Continue reading
November 14, 2013 – Raphael Bostic, Director of the Bedrosian Center on Governance and Bedrosian Chair in Governance at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, has been selected as a fellow-elect of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA).
The Chinese television station, NTD, interviewed our Director, Raphael Bostic, about the resolution of the US debt ceiling crisis and the impact of the shutdown. Interview starts at 6:22
On Tuesday, October 15, 2013 our Director Raphael Bostic gave his perspective on his time in Obama’s Washington for the Urban Growth Seminar Series. In this seminar, Bostic shares some lessons learned from the policy making space. One of the … Continue reading
September 30, 2013 – by Raphael Bostic – Perry once again impressed. I had seen her in action last December, when I moderated a mayoral candidate summit on affordable housing topics. At that event, Perry was knowledgeable, clear, and comfortable with the spotlight on her. She showed those same skills during our 90 minutes together with a small group of students and faculty.
July 30, 2013
by Raphael Bostic
Originally posted on Forbes.com 7/03/2013 @ 5:27PM
This clear progress has been driven by the purposeful policies of China’s authoritarian government. But, much of it has proceeded independent of market forces. So while there are beautiful office towers and condominium high rises across …
By Raphael Bostic
Original posting on Forbes.com – 6/21/2013 @ 4:44PM
It’s not super often that Detroit is lifted up as an example of good governance.
The city has been wracked with decades of stagnation, has had a series of mayors parade from city hall to jail, and Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder recently placed the city into receivership and appointed an “emergency manager” to restructure debt and approve council and mayoral decisions with the goal ….
By Raphael Bostic
Orignally posted on Forbes.com 5/17/2013 @ 6:00PM
At church the other morning, the pastor’s sermon was about community. She asked us to look at what kind of relationship we had with others in the community. Had we taken time to talk with others and get to know them better? Only by doing this, she argued, could we strengthen both ourselves personally and our community.
March 5, 2013
Bedrosian is in the News! Bedrosian Director, faculty, and board members all made it in news items this past month.
February 25, 2013
Wed, February 27th – Leading from the West: A Conversation with Ronald Loveridge on urban and Suburban Sustainability and the role of leadership and local governance