NYU Urban Seminar Series
NYU Urban presents the line-up for this year’s inaugural, multidisciplinary NYU Urban Seminar. All seminars will be held on the second floor of the Puck Building on Mondays from 12:30 to 2pm, with lunch available at 12. Paper titles and drafts to come.
These talks are open to the NYU community. We hope that this seminar will also provide an opportunity for the NYU faculty and graduate students interested in cities to come together.
Paper title and draft to be announced.
Paper to be discussed:
Paper to be discussed: The Geography of Inequality: How Land Use Regulation Produces Segregation.
Articles to be discussed:
Paper to be discussed- Computer Vision and Real Estate: Do Looks Matter and Do Incentives Determine Looks
Paper to be discussed:"Inclusionary Housing Policies in Latin America: São Paulo's case"
"When Does Neighborhood Poverty Matter? Using Large-Scale Data to Understand Heterogeneity” (a joint program with the Wagner Research Seminar).
Papers to be discussed:
Rucker Johnson will discuss his new book, Children of the Dream: Why School Integration Works.