Faculty-student teams write working papers on applied housing research

Author: Staff
November 27, 2018

The Center for Applied Housing Research (CAHR) in the School of Public Affairs & Civic Engagement commissioned three overview papers based on research gaps identified during stakeholder meetings. The papers are now completed and are being disseminated.

The working papers are “Fiscal Zoning: Why Does it Happen? How Often Does it Happen? And Does it Need to Happen?” by Jeremy Hill; “Overview of Health & Housing,” by Jessica Wolin and Jacque Perkins; and “Jobs & Housing Imbalance in the San Francisco Bay Area,” by Venoo Kakar and Aditi Grossman.

CAHR aims to support faculty-supervised student applied research on housing as a model of research on the SF State campus and disseminate results on the CAHR web site and other online platforms quickly to generate debate and feedback from the affordable housing community in the Bay Area and beyond. CAHR received seed funding from Merritt Community Capital Corporation.