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Researchers explain political violence in Pakistan’s largest city in terms of informal urban planning rather than ethnic tensions.
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This week, Daniel O’Keefe speaks with Gayle Corrigan and Joseph Andriole of Central Falls, RI on labor-management relations and how unions and city governments can work together through financial crises.
Research shows the number of hate groups within an area can influence the power dynamic of Islamic religious groups, their relationship with the local government, and an elected official’s response to such controversies.
Jeff Brantingham of UCLA discusses the predictability of crime, the distinction between crime and criminality, and modeling patterns in the noise.
Neal Young from the City of Phoenix talks about sustainable growth, transportation, solar energy, budgeting, and pensions in the nation’s Sunbelt.
Residential segregation is shown to drive down income growth across all economic levels.
Recent research provides evidence supporting the poverty-reducing effects of Medicaid in urban areas.
The Treasurer for the City of Philadelphia, Nancy Winkler, discusses applying expertise from 28 years in financial consulting to reinvent the City’s financial fortunes.
Seattle’s Director of Finance Glen Lee discusses Seattle’s conservative approach to municipal budgets and how it helped the City rebound after the recession.
New research explores how population size relates to CO2 emissions efficiency.