Global Comparisons of Intergenerational Mobility

 

Utilizing longitudinal data sets, this projects compares neighborhoods conditions and city policies across national context to illuminate how cities foster intergenerational mobility.


Housing Appraisal Industry

 

This project explores how the real estate appraisal industry influences racial wealth inequality, residential segregation, gentrification and accessibility of affordable housing. This mix-methods study pulls data from a multiple sources to expose the processes under which neighborhoods continued to be valued by their racial composition.


Natural Disasters and Socioeconomic Polarization

 

As natural hazards increase in intensity and frequency they are also perpetuating inequality. This project combines longitudinal natural disasters (e.g. hurricanes, floods, etc...) data with data on local organizations, neighborhoods and individual socioeconomic status to examine how the influx in natural disaster is perpetuating social inequality.