“The question of access is about audience and participation, and being able to deliver.”
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“The immediacy of writing online has become part of my brain.”
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Access to Opportunity, the conceptual policy framework
by Dr. Raphael Bostic, President & Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Professor, University of Southern California, Price School of Public Policy and Sheryl Whitney, Partner, Whitney Jennings In our last post, which also happened to be our first post, we introduced the Access to Opportunity project, including the Read more…
Dream Cities: Seven Urban Ideas That Shape the World
Wade Graham’s latest book Dream Cities: Seven Urban Ideas That Shape the World< is ostensibly about the architects the seven big ideas that have shaped contemporary cities across the world. Our discussion centers on whether Graham has fulfilled that mission or whether he's trapped in the confines of an under 350 page book for this massive introduction to urban planning and city history. The answer may lie in the reader rather than the book, listen to the conversation for a lively jaunt through recent architectural history.
In Search of Denser Developments, California Ponders How to Manage New CEQA Guidelines
by Jeremy Loudenback California is finding that the path toward creating more compact, transit-oriented developments is not always a smooth ride. Over the past couple of years, California has inaugurated new policies many hope will incentivize developers to build more in denser urban areas and lead to developments that prioritize transit, Read more…
A Conversation with Ronald Loveridge – Urban and Suburban Sustainability
Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum February 27, 2013 12:00pm to 1:00pm Students Talk Back is a weekly series presented in partnership with USC Dornsife College’s Unruh Institute of Politics, the USC Price Tomas Rivera Policy Institute, and the USC Price Bedrosian Center on Governance. Join Read more…