USC Price School of Public Policy

Urban Development

Related faculty

  • Tridib Banerjee

    Tridib Banerjee

    James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning

  • Marlon Boarnet

    Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis

  • Raphael Bostic

    Judith and John Bedrosian Chair in Governance and the Public Enterprise
    Chair, Department of Governance, Management and the Policy Process

  • Elizabeth Currid-Halkett

    James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning

  • Jorge De la Roca

    Assistant Professor

  • Liz Falletta

    Associate Professor (Teaching)

  • Genevieve Giuliano

    Margaret and John Ferraro Chair in Effective Local Government
    Director, METRANS Transportation Center

  • Richard K. Green

    Richard K. Green

    Director and Chair of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate
    Vice Chair, Department of Policy Analysis and Real Estate

  • Eric Heikkila

    Director, International Initiatives

  • Annette M. Kim

    Associate Professor
    Director, Spatial Analysis Lab (SLAB)

  • Geraldine Knatz

    Professor of the Practice of Policy and Engineering

  • Martin H. Krieger


  • James Elliot Moore, II

    James Elliot Moore, II


  • Dowell Myers

    Dowell Myers

    Director, Population Dynamics Research Group

  • Gary Dean Painter

    Director of Social Policy, USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation

  • Mark Pisano

    Mark Pisano

    Professor of the Practice of Public Administration

  • Christian L. Redfearn

    Christian L. Redfearn

    Associate Professor
    Borstein Family Endowed Professor of Real Estate
    Field Coordinator, Real Estate Programs

  • Stan Ross

    Stan Ross

    Distinguished Fellow
    Chairman of the Board, USC Lusk Center for Real Estate

  • David Sloane


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Research centers and groups

  • Center for Sustainable Cities

    The USC Center for Sustainable Cities conducts multidisciplinary research, education and planning and policy outreach efforts on the environmental, social and economic sustainability challenges facing metropolitan regions, and contributes to the development of public policy and planning that improves the natural and human environment of cities.

  • Center for Economic Development

    The USC Center for Economic Development (CED) is a university research center with partial financial sponsorship from the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration University Center Program. CED is a clinical forum and outreach arm for the school, engaging the energy, enthusiasm, and talent of students, faculty, and staff to provide a wide range of services to public, private, and nonprofit entities in the 12 counties of Southern California.

  • METRANS Transportation Center

    METRANS is a U.S. Department of Transportation University Transportation Center. It is a joint partnership of USC and California State University, Long Beach. Its mission is to solve transportation problems in large metropolitan regions through interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach. Its four areas of focus are goods movement and international trade; urban mobility; transportation infrastructure and finance; and safety, security, and vulnerability.