David Mason: Land, Land Everywhere; Nor Any Infrastructure to Link: Land Policy and Service Delivery in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Cars parked outside of a mountain-bordered city

International Studies in Planning Fall 2014 Lecture Series

David Mason's dissertation examined social capital and microcredit repayment. Mason currently consults with the World Bank on land, housing, and urban service delivery issues in East Asia and in Mongolia in particular. He has previous consulting and research experience on community based planning in Oaxaca, Mexico and Cochabamba, Bolivia. Mason also holds a master's degree in urban planning from University of California–Irvine and a bachelor's degree in anthropology from Santa Clara University. Mason received his Ph.D. in urban planning from UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs in 2011.

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