Mark Paul, an economist at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, wrote that he’s a “huge advocate” of putting a price on carbon, as Ho is, but “we simply need to consider a far broader swath of policy tools to facilitate rapid decarbonization.
Marc Pfeiffer and the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) presented ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND ITS IMPACT ON LOCAL GOVERNMENTS as the first in a series of free virtual workshops NJAC will host in 2024 on a variety of topics that impact county governments across the State.
Dean Stuart Shapiro talks about the path to a career in health administration with Assistant Teaching Professor Jane Kaye on EJB Talks this week.
Congratulations to Tom Dallessio (MCRP ’84) and Alan Sorensen (MCRP ’90), who were both named 2024 AICP Fellows!
A pair of economists, Mark Paul and Lina Moe, wrote last year for an advocacy group called the Climate and Community Project in a piece titled “An Economist’s Case for Restrictive Supply-Side Policy.
As 2024 began with yet another surprisingly strong jobs report for the U.S., and with a full year’s worth of 2023 state-level employment data now available, it’s worth briefly revisiting some of the trends discussed in our early December post on New Jersey’s employment situation.
“Legislators elected with the help of leadership PACs become beholden to the leadership and more likely to vote for them as leaders, further concentrating power in their hands,” Rubin said.
. “In the last year, we doubled the roster of experts on the project’s Research Advisory Committee and increased the number of applications for data access by half. With each application cycle, the iPHD is continuing to build an active, engaged community of researchers and health policy makers.” – Joel Cantor
Mia Gray, professor of economic geography at Cambridge University, and James DeFilippis, professor at Rutgers’ school of planning and public policy, have argued that unionized workers provide a unique benefit to Vegas’s hotels and resorts.
On February 8, 2024, Dr. Patti O’Brien-Richardson led a conversation on balance titled Prioritizing Faculty Wellness at the Rutgers Club. The event was hosted by Rutgers University Equity and Inclusion, Faculty Diversity Collaborative
During a news conference Tuesday afternoon, several members of the workgroup offered their takes on the likelihood of there being enough revenue available by then to launch an altogether new relief program in the current economic environment. “Right now, it’s a wait-and-see,” said Marc Pfeiffer,
The conference is for doctoral students engaged in urban planning and policy-related research across disciplines and universities in the tri-state NJ/NY/PA metropolitan region.