Dan Immergluck: Mortgage Meltdown and Urban Futures

Seminar on International Planning

Mortgage Meltdown and Urban Futures: Implications of Financial Restructuring for Metropolitan Development and Planning

Dan Immergluck is associate professor in the city and regional planning program at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. He teaches courses in housing policy, real estate finance, and statistics and conducts scholarly and applied research on housing markets and finance, fair lending and community reinvestment, neighborhood change and segregation, community development, and related public policies. Immergluck has testified before Congress, the Federal Reserve Board, and state and local legislatures and agencies, and his work has been widely cited in the policy debates regarding the mortgage and foreclosure crises. He has been quoted and cited numerous times in print and broadcast media throughout the U.S., including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Time magazine, USA Today, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune, the Associated Press, and many other outlets. Immergluck has authored three books, numerous articles in scholarly journals, and many applied research and policy reports. His most recent book, Foreclosed: High-Risk Lending, Deregulation, and the Undermining of the American Mortgage Market, will be published by Cornell University Press in June 2009. He currently serves on the board of the Woodstock Institute and on the Research Advisory Council of the Center for Responsible Lending. 

Cosponsored by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

The Glenn H. Beyer Memorial Lecture Series, made possible through a generous gift from the Beyer Family, investigates Professor Beyer's research and study of problems and programs on housing in the United States and other Western Countries.