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Researchers stress role of subsidized housing in easing affordability crisis

The crisis of housing affordability has deepened the divide between those who believe it can be resolved by expanding the supply of market-rate housing, and those who believe that market-rate construction can not meet the needs of low-income households. Read More »

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What Would It Take for Donald Trump to Deport 11 Million and Build a Wall?

Mr. Trump has a simple plan to reduce the population of 11 million immigrants living illegally in the United States: Deport them. Read More »

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Ken Wayne Interviews Jennifer Wolch About San Francisco Homeless

Jennifer Wolch, William W. Wurster Dean and Professor of City and Regional Planning is featured in a KTVU/Channel 2 story about the Homeless issue in San Francisco. Read More »

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Jason Corburn Publishes New Book

In a new book edited by Jason Corburn and Lee Riley, "Slum Health: From the Cell to the Street," the Editors argue that both new biologic and "street" science are crucial for improving the well-being of the millions of urban poor living in slums. Read More »

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Terner Center for Housing Innovation Launches with $2.34 Million in Startup Funds

The Terner Center For Housing Innovation announces funding for new policy and action-oriented research initiatives for 2016 and beyond. Read More »

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