Young Professionals' Brown Bag Lunch Series presents: Causes & Consequences of Residential Segregation

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March 21, 2018
March 21, 2018

18 Tremont St.
Ste. 401
Boston, MA 02108
United States

During this Brown Bag Lunch, we will review national trends from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University's recent report A Shared Future: Fostering Inclusion in American Neighborhoods and how patterns of residential segregation in the U.S are changing while identifying promising strategies for fostering more inclusive communities. Come prepared to join in this discussion and help us explore methods to improve our communities through advocacy and planning! 

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About the Presenter:

Jonathan Spader, Senior Research Associate, Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University: Jon's work at the Joint Center includes a portfolio of research related to homeownership, housing finance, and economic inclusion. Prior to joining the Joint Center, Jon worked in the housing and communities practice of Abt Associates where he served as the project director and technical lead for several evaluations of federal policies and programs. He has also worked for the Center for Community Capital, studying the homeownership experiences and outcomes of homebuyers in the Community Advantage Program Study.

Jon’s research on housing policy and consumer decision-making has been published in CityscapeHousing Policy Debate, the Journal of Consumer Affairs, the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, and other outlets. He holds a B.S. in History from Truman State University and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

For additional resources, Check out: A SHARED FUTURE SYMPOSIUM

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