AFTER THE CRISIS:

HOUSING POLICY AND FINANCE IN THE US AND UK


A free conference sponsored by the Housing Studies Charitable Trust, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the New School


September 13-14, 2012

Theresa Lang Community and Student Center

Arnhold Hall, 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor

New York, NY



Thursday,  Sept. 13

1:30 PM   Welcome and Introductory Remarks

Robert Buckley (The New School) and Alex Schwartz (The New School), Conference Organizers
David Van Zandt, President of the New School


1:45 PM Discussion Panel 1: The Future of Housing Finance

David Miles (Bank of England, Member of Monetary Policy Committee)
Andrew Jakabovics  (Enterprise Community Partners)
Nicolas Retsinas (Harvard University)
Moderator:  
Robert Buckley (the New School)

4:00 PM Discussion Panel 2: Post-Crisis Prospects for Affordable Rental Housing in a Time of Fiscal Austerity

Xavier Briggs (MIT)
Mike Murray  (Bates College)
Mark Stephens  (Heriot-Watt University)
William Traylor (Richman Group)
Moderator: Christine Whitehead (London School of Economics) 

Friday, Sept. 14

8:30 AM Paper Panel  1: Housing Market Dynamics after the Crisis: Homeownership and Rental Housing


Discussant: Kate Barker (former member of Bank of England, Monetary Policy Committee, author of UK Housing Supply Review)                                                                              

10:45 AM Paper Panel 2: Low-income Housing and Community Development after the Crisis

Ingrid Ellen  (New York University):  "The Foreclosure Crisis and Community Development: Exploring REO Dynamics in Hard-Hit Neighborhoods."    

Ed Ferrari  (University of Sheffield): “Social Housing and Community Development in Straitened Times:  the View from England.”

Rachel Kleit (Ohio State University): “The Changing Role of Housing Authorities in the Affordable Housing Delivery System.”

Mark Joseph (Case Western Reserve University): “Mixed-Income Development as a Neoliberal Policy Experiment


Discussant: George Galster (Wayne State University)


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THE CONFERENCE IS FREE, BUT REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. TO REGISTER, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

 


https://fs11.formsite.com/Milano/UK_US_Housing_Conference/secure_index.html


For questions, contact Alex Schwartz at Schwartz@newschool.edu, or 212-229-5400 ext. 1415


PARTICIPANT BIOGRAPHIES: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/new-school-housing-conference-biographies/