Had the privilege of delivering the keynote for The Cincinnati Project's annual symposium. This year's topic was housing affordability. Thank you to Littisha Bates and Tia Sherèe Gaynor for their hospitality. Also, big shout out to Jennifer Malat and I wish her the bes...
"The declensional framing of "inner cities" and "urban crisis" in urban studies of the 1960s and 1970s belies the dynamic and innovative methods of financing generated to develop the urban housing market."
"We know now that there is no way out; that the 'system' that was the evil offspring of public neglect and private greed has come to stay, a storm-centre forever of our civilization. Nothing is left but to make the best of a bad bargain."
I have the pleasure of presenting my research on poverty spells and public housing to the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State. Happy to have them as colleagues and looking forward to working with them in the future!