PACE Applied Housing Research Initiative holds second annual Distinguished Speaker Event

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

The School of Public Affairs & Civic Engagement’s Applied Housing Research Initiative hosted its second annual Distinguished Speaker Event at the SF State Downtown Campus on October 17. Dowell Myers, professor of policy,
planning and demography at University of Southern California, presented an informative and energetic talk, “Can Indirect Strategies Reduce Shortages, Restrain Housing Cannibals, and Promote Affordability?” Along with new insights about the housing shortages we face, he offered various solutions. The talk was attended by approximately 45 students, faculty members and affordable housing researchers from around the Bay Area. In addition, a number of housing, real estate and planning administrators from across the SF State campus were in attendance.