Davin Reed is a third-year doctoral student at Wagner and a doctoral fellow at the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. He is broadly interested in urban social policy, including issues of poverty, homelessness, affordable housing, and neighborhood change. He is currently working on research on causes of homelessness; effects of eviction and housing instability; and effects of neighborhood housing price increases on low income residents. Before Wagner, he worked for four years at the Public Policy Institute of California in San Francisco and for two years at Mathematica Policy Research in Oakland. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Macalester College.