Urban planning scholar elucidates the disparity between voter support for public transit and actual ridership in Los Angeles.
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Lande Ajose MA UP ’95 and Giannina Pérez MPP ’03 are among appointees to the new California governor’s team.
The 2019 Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) gathering is dedicated to ending gender-based, family and community violence.
Job growth, cost of living, state budget and climate are shaping migration patterns revealed in annual National Movers Study.
Los Angeles Initiative director is in high demand for analysis of Brown’s legacy and Newsom’s challenges.
Building the promised wall may negatively affect President Trump’s chances of reelection in 2020, she says.
Gilens discusses the complexities of political inequality within democracies and solutions in public policy.
Memo advocating boycott blurs the lines between faculty-led calls for social change and institution-led activism.
L.A. policymakers are working to combat gentrification of transit hubs in Los Angeles through Transit-Oriented Communities Program incentives.
Support from the Hewlett Foundation will fund research to benefit resource-rich countries that nonetheless struggle with corruption, conflict and poverty.