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2017-08-14 16:14
Ever since zoning was invented in the 1920s, homeowners have argued that limits on density and on multifamily housing are necessary to protect property values.  But today, urban NIMBYs… Read More
(Not So) Infinite Demand
2017-07-18 18:24
New York built a lot in the 60’s and 70’s. Not so much anymore… In a recent blog post, Julia Galef has generated a fairly comprehensive list of pro-housing arguments and c… Read More
2017-07-18 15:05
I recently saw a Facebook post asserting that San Francisco has 30,000 vacant units, so therefore no market-rate housing should be built.   So I looked up Census data on these allegedly… Read More
Is Inclusionary Zoning Legal?
2017-06-30 14:55
Market Urbanism may soon have a hearing in the Supreme Court. Two of my colleagues at the Mercatus Center, Sandy Ikeda, half a dozen other professors, and I argue that the Court s… Read More
COSMOS + TAXIS Issue On Jane Jacobs
2017-06-14 12:49
COSMOS + TAXIS, June 2017 Jane Jacobs’ writings span several disciplines—including ethics and most especially economics—but she is best known for her contributions to and h… Read More
2017-06-12 15:03
The most interesting comment to my last post focused on one narrow issue: to what extent are vacant housing units second homes (and thus presumably less likely to be rented out) as oppo… Read More

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