MIT11 401 - Introduction to Housing, Community and Economic Development

Description
Provides a critical introduction to the shape and determinants of political, social, and economic inequality in America. Explores the role of the city in visions of justice. Analyzes the historical, political, and institutional contexts of housing and community development policy in the U.S., including federalism, municipal fragmentation, and decentralized public financing. Reviews major themes in U.S. housing policy, such as private housing finance, public housing policy, state and local housing affordability mechanisms. Reviews major themes in community economic development, including drivers of economic inequality, small business policy, employment policy, and cooperative economics. Course site: NOURL
Credits
12
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018
Avg. Class Size
999
Avg. Sections
1