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aboutlinks to articles, academic papers and booksmarket urbansim podcastadam hengelsstephen smithemily hamiltonjeff fongscott beyernolan graycontactmarket urbanismliberalizing cities | from the bottom upliberalizing cities | from the bottom upthe term “market urbanism” refers to the synthesis of classical liberal economics and ethics, with an appreciation of the urban way of life and its benefits to society. we advocate for the emergence of bottom up solutions, as opposed to ones imposed from the top down.podcasteconomicshousingplanningtransportationprivatizationzoningurban[ism] legendsmarket urbanism feecon 2017the future once happened here: new york, d.c., l.a., and the fate of america’s big citiesmarch 21, 2017 by sandy ikeda leave a commentthere are many ways to tell the story of urban-policy failure. economists have shown how rent control creates housing shortages, sociologists how welfare programs destroy poor communities, and urbanologists how urban planning can debilitate cities. in his book the future once happened here, historian fred siegel has added a new and insightful chronicle of modern […]conflicting affordable housing policiesmarch 17, 2017 by emily hamilton 2 commentsinclusionary zoning allows a few people to live in desirable, new construction buildings for much less than market rates. but it also carries with it a slew of … [read more...]where the permits aremarch 16, 2017 by michael lewyn 3 commentsthanks to stephen smith, i recently ran across an interesting database: hud data on building permits by municipality.   so i decided to find the number of permits … [read more...]of maps and modernismmarch 14, 2017 by sandy ikeda 3 commentsthis year, for the first time since 1979, new york city has revamped its subway map.  a quick glance shows a change in the background tinge from light tan to light green – most pleasant.  to my relief, however, on closer inspection nothing essential has … [read more...]the “foreign buyers” argumentmarch 8, 2017 by michael lewyn 5 commentsa common argument against new housing supply is that in high-cost cities such as new york, demand from foreign buyers is so overwhelming as to make new supply irrelevant.  a recent study (available here) by two business school professors suggests otherwise. … [read more...]addressing local knowledgemarch 7, 2017 by sandy ikeda 3 commentsfour years ago my wife and i decided to take our son to a special and slightly unusual restaurant to celebrate his birthday.  we were in tokyo at the time and gave the taxi driver what we thought was the address for the restaurant – it had names and numbers on … [read more...]market urbanism musings march 3, 2017march 3, 2017 by adam hengels leave a comment1. announcement another reminder, if you're a los angeles resident, to vote "no" on measure s on tuesday, march 7th. more info on the anti-housing initiative can be found here. 2. this week at market urbanism yglesias gives best tweetstorm ever by michael … [read more...]world city profiles: european villages are showcases of old urbanismmarch 1, 2017 by asher meyers 1 commentthere is always the lurking suspicion that great urbanism is a museum piece, something we cannot recreate. we have to console ourselves with guarding what’s left. even then, some feel it unfit for ‘modern life,’ that humans cannot live as their recent … [read more...]governing the traffic commonsfebruary 28, 2017 by sandy ikeda 6 commentsas an economics professor, i often witness the surprise of my students when i explain how something as important as the market for food or clothing is self-regulating.  true, there are quality and safety regulations that attempt to control potential hazards … [read more...]yglesias gives best tweetstorm everfebruary 27, 2017 by michael lewyn 3 commentsmatthew yglesias has a group of tweets that begin with this:someone needs to give me an oscar one of these years so i can subject america to a tedious discussion of land use regulation. — matthew yglesias (@mattyglesias) february 27, 2017"in the … [read more...]market urbanism musings february 24, 2017february 24, 2017 by adam hengels leave a comment 1. this week at market urbanism: four warnings for los angeles on measures si’m not going to rehash arguments for or against the measure.  instead, i’m going to offer several warnings based on the experience of davis, ca, which passed its own … [read more...] archives archives select month march 2017 february 2017 january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 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