Reason interviews Joel Kotkin about California’s high speed rail project and current Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent announcement that he would scale back the project.
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COU’s Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox discussed urban growth policy at a symposium on more equitable urban growth hosted by George W. Bush Presidential Center.
by Wendell Cox — The 15th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey covers 309 metropolitan housing markets (metropolitan areas) in eight countries, rating middle-income housing affordabiliyy.
Tory Gattis and Kim Cutler debate the key issue around affordable housing: should we build up (within city limits) or out (beyond existing urban lines)?
As leaders and policy makers address post-Harvey issues, we present the steps they can take to make Houston more resilient, while still allowing it to retain its character as a region of opportunity.
Edited by Joel Kotkin and Ryan Streeter, “Localism in America” highlights the promise, and limits of taking on big challenges at the local level.
Joel Kotkin moderates a panel discussion on the topic of Localism in America, a collection of essays about the promise and limits of taking on big challenges at the local level.
How are millennials affecting the housing market? As millennials come of age and the older tier in particular begins to settle down, there are four key trends worth noting.
In this policy brief, The COU Standard of Living Index, Wendell Cox provides cost of living estimates for new entrants to metropolitan markets, including prospective home buyers as well as renters.
Tory Gattis, Founding Senior Fellow of Center for Opportunity Urbanism, gave a presentation on MaX Lanes to HGAC High Capacity Transit Task Force.
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