Filling a Gap in Housing Justice

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Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin receives $486,784, four-year NSF grant to study housing precarity

Shackling the Leviathan

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Balancing the citizenry’s wants with the state’s needs is critical for a successful society, says 2018 Perloff lecturer Daron Acemoglu

9 New Faculty Hired by UCLA Luskin

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Recruitment effort will enlarge the size of the full-time faculty by almost 20 percent, adding new expertise and greater diversity

Wildfires Don’t Have to be ‘Bad,’ Author Says

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Luskin Center for Innovation talk focuses on policy changes that can reduce the risk of tragedy in fire-prone areas such as Southern California

Resistance Through Research in the Trump Era

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Luskin Ph.D. students host conference on challenging inequality in the “new reality” of national politics in America

Major News: UCLA Luskin Launches Undergraduate Degree

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The B.A. in Public Affairs combines rigorous methodology with community engagement, connecting the dots between theory and action

Rising Housing Costs Cause Serious Concerns — Especially for Young People — New UCLA Luskin Survey Finds

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Third annual Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index reflects impact of skyrocketing home prices on the lives of residents

UCLA Parking Guru Releases Follow-Up to Groundbreaking Book

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Donald Shoup’s ‘Parking and the City’ highlights progress in parking reform research and action since his landmark 2005 book on the topic

A Showcase for Research by Urban Planning Students

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Careers, Capstones & Conversations annual networking event is a highlight of activities that welcome students newly admitted to UCLA Luskin Urban Planning, Social Welfare and Public Policy.

Using Public Spaces to Benefit the Public

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Urbanist Gil Penalosa tells crowd at UCLA Institute of Transportation event that public policy and design should improve the quality of life for all residents