Ph.D., Georgia State University & Georgia Tech
Urban neighborhood change, Public transportation policy, Sustainable economic development and urban resilience, Urban poverty, Behavioral economics
Dr. Wyczalkowski is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Management and Policy, and affiliate faculty with the Urban Studies Institute at Georgia State University. Chris is an urban policy scholar with research interests related to the interaction of society with the evolving urban environment. His current research agenda is focused on the effects of transportation systems on neighborhood change, particularly micromobility, and disaster recovery.
Pasha, O., Wyczalkowski, C.K, Sohrabian, D.,Lendel, I. (2020) Transit effects on poverty, employment, and rent in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Transport Policy. 88, 33-41
Wyczalkowski, C.K., van Holm, E.J., Esnard, A-M, & Lai, B.S. (2019). Uneven neighborhood recovery: Hurricane damage and neighborhood change in the Houston-Galveston region since 1970. City & Community, , 18(2), 689-709.
Van Holm, E.J. & Wyczalkowski C.K. (2019). Gentrifcation in the Wake of a Hurricane: New Orleans after Katrina. Urban Studies, 56(13), 2763-2778.
Esnard, A. M., Lai, B. S., Wyczalkowski, C.K, Malmin, N., & Shah, H. J. (2018). School vulnerability to disaster: examination of school closure, demographic, and exposure factors in Hurricane Ike’s wind swath. Natural Hazards, 90(2), 513-535.
Lai, B.S., Esnard, A.-M., Wyczalkowski, C.K, Savage, R., & Shah, H. (2018). Trajectories of school recovery after a natural disaster: Risk and protective factors. Risk, Hazards, and Crises in Public Policy.
Pathak, R., Wyczalkowski, C.K., & Huang, X. (2017). Public transit access and the changing spatial distribution of poverty. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 66, 198-212.