Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen Explores Impact of Historic District Designations
Hsi-Ling Liao is a doctoral fellow at the NYU Furman Center and a doctoral student at NYU Wagner. She previously worked at a research and advocacy nonprofit, helping the organization use data and empirical evidence to examine the impact of immigration. She is broadly interested in urban and public economics. Hsi-Ling holds a B.A. in Economics from National Taiwan University and a M.P.A. from NYU.
"We Can’t Stop Neighborhoods from Changing"
Ingrid Gould Ellen, Faculty Director of the NYU Furman Center, and Paulette Goddard Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at NYU Wagner, is exploring the impact of rising rents in major cities of the U.S., including New York, where, according to a Furman report in May 2016, more than one in four of the city’s neighborhoods are classifiable as “gentrifying.” Professor Ellen’s work on housing affordability continues to make an impact nationally.
Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen's research explores the impact of rising rents in major cities of the U.S., including New York. We caught up with Professor Ellen for a Q&A about this accelerated trend.
Financial Support for PhD Students
NYU RESEARCH APPRENTICESHIPS WITH TUITION REMISSION
All PhD students without alternate funding sources are eligible to receive a four-year research apprenticeship, which carries a stipend, health insurance, a $1000 start up grant, and 100% tuition remission. Research apprentices work up to 20 hours a week with faculty members on research projects during the academic year. No additional application materials are required for consideration.
Kate Hausdorff is a doctoral student at NYU Wagner and a doctoral fellow at the Furman Center. She is interested in applied microeconomics, particularly urban economics and developing research around low-income housing policy and homelessness. Currently she is working on examining the impacts of Source of Income Discrimination Laws on housing voucher-holders’ outcomes. She holds an M.S. in Economics from Tufts University. Prior to her doctoral work, Kate worked as a Senior Analyst at Abt Associates conducting policy-relevant research.
Affordability. Accessibility. Security. We all need similar things when it comes to housing. But, housing is a deeply personal element of our lives that has huge implications for our community support, our access to transportation, our jobs, and our upward mobility. And as America becomes more urbanized, we need to change how we provide and deliver affordable, accessible, and secure housing. Today’s innovative housing solutions have the potential to deliver incredible and significant impact for millions of people.
Congressional Decisionmaking Project
Funded by the John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress and the Smith Richardson Foundation, this project will ask how Congress and the Presidency can strengthen their capacity to address policy questions that have significant long-term impacts on conditions of great uncertainty.
Professor Katherine O'Regan delivers testimony at US Senate hearing on affordable housing crisis
Katherine M. O’Regan, Professor of Public Policy and Planning at NYU Wagner, provided expert testimony on America’s affordable housing crisis, challenges, and solutions on August 1 before the US Senate Committee on Finance.
Your Alumni News for December 2017
Your Alumni News for December 2017
Renting in America’s Largest Cities
Your Alumni News for July 2017