Join a presentation on Kotkin and Toplanksky’s research brief —California Feudalism: A Strategy to Restore California’s Middle Class— discussing California’s inequality crisis and how to restore our state’s dream.
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In the second episode of the Feudal Future podcast, Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky talk with guest Dan Young about his vision of telework and telehealth post-pandemic.
What is the future of real estate after Covid-19? Listen to Richard Florida, Joel Kotkin, Marshall Toplansky and other leading experts discuss where the real estate market is going.
Chapman University’s Vice President for Research, Thomas Piechota and Jennifer Waldeck, Associate Dean of Academic Programs and faculty Development, co-host the next Ask the Experts Research Town Hall on Tuesday, June 8, 2020, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. The topic: the Future of Communication.
Urban Reform Institute has developed the Standard of Living Index to facilitate comparisons between metropolitan areas. The Index combines a cost of living index with median household incomes in the 107 metropolitan areas with more than 500,000 residents.
Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin on C-Span, talking about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on urban centers in the United States.
What is the future of real estate after Covid-19? Please join Richard Florida, Joel Kotkin, Marshall Toplansky and other leading experts to see where the real estate market is going.
A new report authored by Joel Kotkin, Ali Modarres, and Wendell Cox examines how California’s planning policies are contributing to the affordable housing crisis. An excerpt follows and a link to read/download the entire report.
Moving quickly to take advantage of another month of national lockdown for the COVID-19 virus, the NBA announced today an unprecedented plan to restart their season with nearly continuous playoff games on TV throughout April.
Texas Monthly claims that Houston is now less affordable than New York City – but they’re ignoring what you get for the same cost. In NYC, you might get a cramped apartment with roommates vs. your own house in Houston.
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