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Myers study: Investing in children critical to nation’s economic, political future

Ensuring the health and well-being of children in the U.S. has never been more critical to the nation’s economic and political future, according to a new report by USC Price School of Public Policy Dowell Myers. This new analysis finds declining birth rates and the retirement of the sizable Baby Boom generation make the U.S. dependent on an increasingly smaller population of workers and consumers to drive the economy and generate tax revenue.

Price’s Bharne contributes to new book examining Chandigarh, one of India’s most iconic cities

USC Price School of Public Policy Adjunct Associate Professor Vinayak Bharne is a contributing author to the new book Chandigarh Rethink: Transforming Ruralities & Edge(ness) in Global Urbanities, edited by Professor Manu Sobti of University of Queensland, Australia.

Panel Conversation Recap: ‘Women, Leadership, and Public Service’

Panel speakers, from left: Mona Pasquil Rogers, Anne Neville, Carolyn Coleman and Assemblymember Cristina Garcia (Photo by Brandon Manning) More photos available on Flickr » By Richard Hill On Aug. 21, the Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento hosted a panel discussion on “Women, Leadership, and Public Service” at the Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento, CA. More than 100 guests attended the event, which was held in collaboration with the California Legislative Women’s Caucus, […]

From equity to work-life balance, women real estate leaders open up about overcoming challenges

It’s no secret that the real estate business, presently, is a male-dominated environment. However, the USC Price School of Public Policy’s Women in Real Estate Luncheon featured a panel of leaders who are breaking that trend. With nearly 100 women pursuing real estate degrees and a strong network of female alumni and professionals, USC Price convened a candid discussion about everything from equal pay to work-life balance.