• Commentary

    Disaster Recovery Creates Its Own Bubble

    Shortages of workers and materials inevitably make rebuilding slower and more expensive after a natural disaster. In Maui, this is likely to be a problem for agencies like FEMA that provide public assistance. But it will also be a problem for individual households if private insurance payouts are insufficient to rebuild.

    Sep 20, 2023

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    How to Support Housing Affordability in New York City

    The root problem behind New York City's housing affordability crisis is that housing production has not kept pace with the growing demand to live there. Six policy reforms for increasing production could lead to about 300,000 new housing units over a decade.

    Aug 16, 2023

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