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TOC & Affordability

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Los Angeles County has a housing problem.

There have been at least a dozen studies just at USC in the last year which tell us housing is not affordable and hard to find. So how have recent ballot initiatives worked toward increasing density and affordability for county residents?

USC Professors Jorge De la Roca, Marlon Boarnet, and Richard Green are here to discuss their new analysis of inclusionary zoning and Transit Oriented Communities planning affects on the county and city of Los Angeles.

How are we doing? Are we seeing signs of hope?

Connect with our guests:
Jorge De la Roca

Assistant Professor
USC Price School of Public Policy

Marlon Boarnet

Professor
Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis
USC Price School of Public Policy

Richard Green

Professor
Director and Chair of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate
Chair, Wilbur H. Smith III Department of Real Estate Development
USC Price School of Public Policy

Thank you to our co-producers Aubrey Hicks and Jonathan Schwartz as well as our beloved sound supervisors, The Brothers Hedden. Recorded at the USC Price School.

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