Thursday, November 17, 2022
The Intimate City: Walking New York
CRP Professor Thomas J. Campanella guides author Michael Kimmelman on a walking tour through Brooklyn neighborhoods, now included in this new collection.
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
Equitable Buyouts? Learning from State, County, and Local Floodplain Management Programs
CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi coauthors a paper published in Climatic Change examining five leading U.S. state, county, and local buyout programs to see what they teach us about redesigning future federal policies.
Friday, August 19, 2022
Spreading the Gospel of Induced Demand
CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein coauthors research, published in Transfers Magazine, which aims to reorient transportation investments away from the idea that construction solves congestion.
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
Urban Containment as Smart Growth
The just-published Handbook on Smart Growth contains a chapter, "Urban Containment as Smart Growth," coauthored by John Carruthers alongside doctoral student Hanxue Wei and Lucien Wostenholme (B.S. URS '23).
Tuesday, July 26, 2022
Contracting Dynamics and Unionization: Managing Labor, Contracts, and Markets
Awarded the John Stewart Prize for Best Article, this research published in Local Government Studies explores the impact of unionization on contracting dynamics using a panel of 523 U.S. local governments from 2007 to 2012.
Monday, July 25, 2022
Urbanization and Child Growth Failure in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Geographical Analysis
Forthcoming in a special issue of the Journal of Geographical Systems, lead author and doctoral student Yating Ru (M.R.P. '17) and Carruthers examine the impact of urbanization in Sub-Saharan Africa on child health.
Monday, July 25, 2022
Planning and Markets at Work: Seattle Under Growth Management and Economic Pressure
An analysis of Seattle’s redevelopment under Washington State’s urban containment policy and the city’s own urban village plan, coauthored by John Carruthers alongside doctoral student Hanxue Wei and Lucien Wostenholme (B.S. URS '23)
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Why Do Planners Overlook Manufactured Housing and Resident-Owned Communities as Sources of Affordable Housing and Climate Transformation?
CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi contributed to this exploration of common biases and argues why this housing type deserves greater attention.
Friday, July 8, 2022
Three Women, Three Projects Bring Zoning into the Future to Fix Housing Crisis
Forbes surveys work tackling the technological evolution of complicated zoning issues, including the National Zoning Atlas Project spearheaded by CRP Professor Sara Bronin.
Friday, July 1, 2022
Cornell Atkinson Awards $1.4 Million to New Sustainability Projects
The 2022 round of Academic Venture Fund seed grants will support nine collaborative projects, including work involving Architecture Associate Professor Jenny Sabin and CRP Associate Professor Stephan Schmidt, the Cornell Chronicle reports.
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Are Transportation Planning Views Shared by Engineering Students and the Public?
A paper coauthored by CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein published in the Journal of Planning Education and Research explores the policy preferences of various stakeholders to identify points of consensus and divergence.
Monday, June 13, 2022
White House Nationwide Zoning Reform Effort Needs Data
In an op-ed for The Hill, CRP Professor Sara Bronin explains that in order for President Biden's incentives for zoning reform to be most effective, there's a need to collect a lot more data.
Monday, June 6, 2022
Tear Down Academic Silos: Take an 'Undisciplinary' Approach
The Cornell Chronicle highlights "Undisciplining the University Through Shared Purpose, Practice, and Place," a paper coauthored by CRP Lecturer Mitch Glass that identifies drivers that bring different disciplines together in joint research.
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Renters Are the Overlooked Victims of Big Investors
In an op-ed for The Hill, CRP Associate Professor Suzanne Lanyi Charles offers suggestions on how to protect families from the practices of mega-landlords who compromise housing stability, security, and affordability.
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
What is Critical Urbanism? Urban Research as Pedagogy
CRP Chair Sophie Oldfield is an editor of this innovative toolkit exploring how alternative urban futures can be imagined by addressing the historical injustices and global entanglements that shape the urban present.
Thursday, March 24, 2022
Cornell Atkinson Advances Four Joint Research Projects, Deepens EDF Partnership
Assistant Professor Linda Shi, CRP, will assist the new NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice in connecting housing advocacy groups, community organizations, academics, and government staff to develop strategies for flood relief.
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Resident-Owned Resilience: Can Cooperative Land Ownership Enable Transformative Climate Adaptation for Manufactured Housing Communities?
In Housing Policy Debate, CRP Assistant Professor Linda Shi and co-authors say research is needed to assess how resident-owned models of manufactured housing communities impact hazard vulnerability.
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind: Understanding The Sanitation Crisis In Global South Cities
In the Journal of Environmental Management, CRP Professor and Associate Dean of Research Initiatives Victoria A. Beard analyzes the urban sanitation service provision gap in cities in the Global South.