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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Friday, April 5 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
Friday - Urban Policy in the Age of Obama: An Assessment of the First Term; Colloquy Session III: Place-based initiatives and the Obama administration

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Moderator: Amy Khare (University of Chicago)

  • Jim Fraser (Vanderbilt University)
  • Derek Hyra (Virginia Tech)
  • Amy Khare (University of Chicago)
  • Rolf Pendall (Urban Institute)
  • Alex Schafran (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Todd Swanstrom (University of Missouri-St. Louis)

Presenters
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Jim Fraser

Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University
http://jamescfraser.com/
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Derek Hyra

Associate Professor, Virginia Tech
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Amy Khare

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago
Amy Khare’s research seeks to shape solutions to persistent poverty and structural inequality, with a specific focus on affordable housing, community development, and market-driven policies. Her central line of inquiry examines how urban politics influences the privatization of public resources in a restructured U.S. welfare state. She aims to produce scholarship that is guided by and has implications for local activism and policy changes... Read More →
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Rolf Pendall

Urban Institute
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Alex Schafran

University of California, Berkeley
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Todd Swanstrom

University of Missouri-St. Louis

Moderators
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Amy Khare

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago
Amy Khare’s research seeks to shape solutions to persistent poverty and structural inequality, with a specific focus on affordable housing, community development, and market-driven policies. Her central line of inquiry examines how urban politics influences the privatization of public resources in a restructured U.S. welfare state. She aims to produce scholarship that is guided by and has implications for local activism and policy changes... Read More →

Friday April 5, 2013 10:55am - 12:15pm
Terrace Room