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Raphael Bostic named to Freddie Mac Board of Directors

January 13, 2015 by USC Price Staff USC Price School of Public Policy professor Raphael Bostic has been elected to the board of directors for Freddie Mac, the government-sponsored mortgage finance company. Bostic, who also directs the Price School’s Bedrosian … Continue reading

Talking 21st Century Storytelling with LeVar Burton

In a conversation with Bedrosian Center Director, Raphael Bostic, LeVar Burton discusses his passion for Reading Rainbow and the impact it can have on education policy and curricula.

Book Club Podcast – Enforcing Order

by Raphael Bostic, Matt Gainer, Martin Krieger, and LaVonna Blair Lewis In this edition of the Bedrosian Book Club Podcast, we discuss Enforcing Order: An Ethnography of Urban Policing by Didier Fassin. Enforcing Order | Bedrosian Center | USC

Bedrosian Book Club Podcast – the Citizenville edition

by Raphael Bostic,David Sloane, and Sherry Bebitch Jeffe In this edition of the Bedrosian Book Club Podcast, the faculty discuss California lieutenant  Governor, Gavin Newsom‘s book Citizenville. Ostensibly, the book is about how government has not caught up with the ubiquity of smart … 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

Bedrosian Book Club Podcast – the Capital in the 21st Century edition

by Raphael Bostic, Richard Green, Anthony Bertelli, and Lisa Schweitzer In this inaugural edition of the Bedrosian Book Club podcast, four of our faculty discussed Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Piketty, the French economics book on inequality that is taking the world by storm. Already … Continue reading

What’s the health of the economy in your own neighborhood?

Our Director, Raphael Bostic on KPCC’s Take Two this morning discussing micro-economics within different neighborhoods in the Los Angeles area: via KPCC Take Two | May 8th, 2014, 9:35am The economy may be recovering, but it may be hard to tell depending … Continue reading

Bostic appointed to CFPB Advisory Research Council

Congratulations to Raphael Bostic – he has been newly appointmented to the CFPB (the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau) Advisory Research Council: CFPB announces appointments to Advisory Research Council By Barbara S. Mishkin on April 24th, 2014 Posted in CFPB General on … Continue reading

Bostic on New Tang Dynasty Television

60 Los Angeles County 3.6 million people homeless vacancy? via NTD.TV [translated from the Chinese through Google Translate on April 3, 2014] NTDTV March 29, 2014 Reuters March 27 and 28 days, USC held entitled [Innovating to End Urban Poverty] … Continue reading

USC conference explores urban poverty

            via USC Annenberg Intersections/South LA March 28, 2014 By Intersections South LA Staff With one out of five children living in poverty, America is facing a social crisis. Nowhere is this more apparent than … Continue reading

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