Understanding Isolation and Change in Urban Neighborhoods: A Research Symposium

04/11/03
7:30 AM
Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM
Welcome
William C (Curt) Hunter, Senior Vice President and Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
8:45 AM
Session I
Bryan Samuels, Chicago Metropolis 2020
Daniel McMillen, University of Illinois at Chicago
Occupation/Skills Mismatch in Chicago: Recent Trends
Jospeh Persky, University of Illinois at Chicago
Janice Madden, University of Pennsylvania
What Happened to the Spatial Mismatch between Blacks and Jobs in the 1990s? A Decade of Modest Progress
Steven Raphael, University of California at Berkeley
Michael Stoll, UCLA
11:00 AM
Session II
Keith Ihlanfeldt, Florida State University
Male Youth Employment and Neighborhood Crim
Old Homes and Poor Neighborhoods: A Dynamic Model of Urban Declint and Renewal
Stuart Rosenthal, Syracuse University
12:00 PM
Lunch and Keynote Address
Speaker
John Kain, University of Illinois at Chicago
1:45 PM
Session III
Harry Holzer, Georgetown University
John Quigley, University of California and Berkeley
Steven Raphael, University of California at Berkeley
1:45 PM
Session IV
Matt Kahn, Tufts University
Denise DiPasquale, City Research
2:45 PM
Break
3:00 PM
Session V
Steve Ross, University of Connecticut
3:30 PM
Session VI
Rucker Johnson, University of Michigan
Ted Mouw, University of Michigan
4:00 PM
Adjourn
10:45 PM
Break

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Understanding Isolation and Change in Urban Neighborhoods: A Research Symposium
by Richard Mattoon
Chicago Fed Letter (Midwest Infrastructure Issue)
June 2003


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