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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- Heat exposure and resilience planning in Atlanta, Georgia
- Disconnected in a pandemic: COVID-19 outcomes and the digital divide in the United States
- How Negative Frames Can Undermine Public Support for Studying Solar Geoengineering in the U.S.
- Effects of Conspiracy Rhetoric on Views About the Consequences of Climate Change and Support for Direct Carbon Capture
- The Times of Splintering Urbanism
- Beyond bouncing back? Comparing and contesting urban resilience frames in US and Latin American contexts
- Assessing Future Resilience, Equity, and Sustainability in Scenario Planning
- A Vision for Resilient Urban Futures
- Anticipatory Resilience Bringing Back the Future into Urban Planning and Knowledge Systems
- Setting the Stage for Co-Production