2005 Rena Sivitanidou Research Symposium
The 5th Annual Rena Sivitanidou Research Symposium focused on the intersection between the fields of public finance and urban economics. Scholars presented work on topics ranging from public choice to the impact of the living wage. Research was also presented on the role of residential segregation on the labor market and housing outcomes of minority households. Symposium speakers included Jan Brueckner of UC, Irvine, Pat Bayer of Yale University, Tracy Gordon of the Public Policy Institute of California, Aaron Yelowitz of the University of Kentucky, as well as John Matsusaka, Tracey Seslen, and Raphael Bostic of USC.
For more information on the Lusk Symposium contact the Lusk Center for Real Estate at (213) 740-5000.