The Urban Studies Institute researches urban economic resilience and inclusive development including questions of urbanization and development, sustainability, diversity, inequality, life-chances, social/spatial integration, access to public goods, and urban health disparities.
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- Sea Level Rise, Homeownership, and Residential Real Estate Markets in South Florida
- Housing Stability, Evictions, and Subsidized Rental Properties: Evidence from Metro Atlanta
- Pluvial flood risk and opportunities for resilience
- Simulating alternative sustainable water futures
- The Battle of the Belts: Comparing Housing Vacancy in Larger Metros in the Sun Belt and the Rust Belt Since the Mortgage Crisis, 2012 to 2019
- Framing the Origins of Covid-19
- Stuck Inside the Urban with the Dialectical Blues Again: Abstraction and Generality in Urban Theory
- Identifying and categorizing stakeholders for protected area expansion around a national park in Namibia
- From the “smart city” to the “smart metropolis”? Building resilience in the urban periphery
- Interdependent Infrastructure as Linked Social, Ecological, and Technological Systems (SETSs) to Address Lock‐in and Enhance Resilience