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  1. Consortium for Scenario Planning 2019 Conference

    Eventos
    Noviembre 6, 2019

    The Consortium for Scenario Planning 2019 Conference is an educational and networking forum for those interested in the practice of scenario planning.

  2. 2019 International Conference on China Urban Development

    Conferencias
    Junio 27, 2019
    Organizers and Co-Organizers: Peking University—Lincoln Institute Center for Urban Development and Land Policy; College of Urban & Environmental Sciences, Peking University;Department of Urban Planning and Design, The University of Hong Kong and The Regional Science Association of China

    This conference will bring together researchers from different parts of the world to share empirical and policy research findings on urbanization and urbanism.

  3. The Divided City: Poverty and Prosperity in Urban America

    Eventos
    Octubre 25, 2018
    Co-Sponsors: Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies and Harvard Kennedy School Taubman Center for State and Local Government
    Speakers: Alan Mallach; The Honorable Daniel Rivera, Mayor of Lawrence, MA; Tony Griffin; Jessie Grogan; and Christopher Herbert

    Alan Mallach will discuss his new book, The Divided City, which vividly describes what is going on in older industrial cities and offers strategies for fostering greater equality and opportunity.

  4. Slums: New Visions for an Enduring Global Phenomenon

    Eventos
    Septiembre 20, 2018
    Collaborators: Harvard Graduate School of Design Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies

    A symposium that will challenge participants to discuss the range of perceptions and systemic changes needed to re-imagine integrative urban and social landscapes.

  5. Are We Living in A Second Gilded Age?

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Junio 16, 2015
    Speaker: Edward T. O'Donnell

    This topic has major relevance for contemporary U.S. society as it confronts questions about poverty, inequality, and corporate power, in what some have taken to calling a Second Gilded Age.

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