Study of the role of truck sharing on Light Truck Vehicle (LTV) ownership.
Two-year research project to illuminate what does and doesn't work in founcation policy and practice to promote diversity, inclusion, and equity and to recommend mechanisms to facilitate learning and change within foundationsseeking to become more diverse and inclusive in their leadership, operations, and grant making.
This project aims to test the assumption that many suburb residents are willing to forgo dedicated street parking lanes in front of their houses for cheaper and/or larger housing, an option often unavailable in the current market due to the government's mandate of these parking lanes in local street standards.
To provide two types of support to the work that began under the Task Force on Future of Health Insurance and is continuing under the Commission on a High Performance Health System:
1. Provide programming and data support to the Fund and to grantees working on coverage, access, and cost containment issues.
2. Produce new work that supports the mission of expanding and improving health care access and containing costs.
The primary objective of this research project is to investigate changes in household food security over time in Bangladesh, with specific emphasis on changes in diet quality and the household correlatges of such changes.
For John Billings participation in a SOM grant under the direction of Dr. James Galvin in which Professor Billings will lead the Health Policy and Economics Core in harmonizing WeCare with existing CMS policy and translating findings to create new policy for CMS for general implementation.
Research will combine both case-based, statistical analysis and GIS approaches to focus on promoting livable and sustainable communities through quality of life improvements and diverse transportation development as well as securing transportation systems and improving planning for and response to extreme events.
Project to identify the community factors that can be used to predict and improve recovery in the aftermath of hurricane Sandy; map out the latent and actual network structures that can inform response, recovery, and future resliience of communities after Sandy; and provide solutions to use different means of communication to reach out to different subgroups of the affected communities.
Analysis of the effectiveness of Catholic Charities' post-Sandy Disaster Case Management (DCM) Services from a community, provider, and client perspective.