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Policy Tag: Economic Mobility

Land Use Politics, Housing Costs, and Segregation in California Cities

By Jonathan Rothwell, PhD, Gallup This paper is part of a working paper series that utilizes the Terner Center California Residential Land Use…

Regulations and Land Use

Statewide Goals, Local Tools: Case Studies in Affordable Housing Development in California

Cities have an important role to play in addressing California’s affordable housing shortage, and local policies such as community land…

Regulations and Land Use

Housing Policies in California Cities: Seeking Local Solutions to a Statewide Shortfall

By Dr. Sarah Mawhorter, Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Southern California and Visiting Scholar at Syracuse University This is the first…

Regulations and Land Use

Disparity in Departure: Los Angeles Region Supplement

This study was published jointly by BuildZoom and the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley. The Bay Area is undoubtedly…

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Communities and Regions

Disparity in Departure: Who Leaves the Bay Area and Where Do They Go?

Authors: Issi Romem and Elizabeth Kneebone Release Date: October 2018 Full Paper…

Communities and Regions

School District Employee Housing in California

As part of our commitment to the education and professional development of UC Berkeley students, the Terner Center highlights exceptional…

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Rental Housing

The Links Between Affordable Housing and Economic Mobility

Author: Carolina Reid Release Date: May 2018 Full Paper Slide Deck

Rental Housing

New State Policies Aim to Boost Access to Opportunity Through Housing

In California, the Tax Credit Allocation Committee (TCAC) plays an important role in determining where and how Low Income Housing…

Communities and Regions

Assessing the Early Implementation of the Rental Assistance Demonstration Program

Author: Carolina K. Reid Release Date: October 2017 Report Summary of Key Findings In…

Rental Housing

Balancing the Tax Code to Relieve Housing Cost Burdens

Of the more than 21 millions renters in the United States who are burdened by the cost of housing today, more…

Rental Housing