The Terner Center takes on projects that identify and re-frame pressing issues in housing policy, research, and practice. Our data-driven research & policy agenda is anchored in briefs, research papers, analyses, and other publications aimed at informing the dialogue and shaping a more affordable and equitable future.
We approach our work through three key lenses:
Our research tackles the consequences of a decades-in-the-making shortfall of housing that has become particularly pronounced in high cost markets. Our work assesses the opportunities and challenges for furthering economic mobility, equity, and climate change goals as we seek out sustainable paths toward increasing supply.
Our work addresses the barriers that households face in accessing high-quality, affordable homes and seeks to end racial and economic disparities in the housing system. We investigate promising solutions for fostering opportunity-rich neighborhoods over the long term.
Our research aims to provide educational opportunities and tools for entrepreneurs, government practitioners, and housing developers interested in promoting innovation in the housing sector.
Research & Policy Publications
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