School of Policy, Planning, and Development & Department of Economics
University of Southern California
331 Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall
Los Angeles, California 90089-0626
(213) 740-1467; FAX (213) 740-6170; firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, School of Policy, Planning, and Development, University of Southern California
Professor, Department of Economics, University of Southern California
Director, Master of Real Estate Development Program, School of Planning, Policy, and Development, University of Southern California
1971 Ph.D. Regional Science
University of Pennsylvania
1967 MA Economics
University of Southern California
1965 BA Economics
University of California, Los Angeles
Previous Faculty and Administrative Appointments at USC
Dean, School of Urban and Regional Planning, 1992 - 94
Associate Dean, School of Urban and Regional Planning, 1987 - 1992; 1994 - 96
Director of Research, The Planning Institute, 1982 - 1992
Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning and Economics, 1977 - 1989
Assistant Professor, Urban and Regional Planning and Economics, 1971 B 1977
Additional Activities and Appointments
Co-Editor, Planning and Markets (www-pam.usc.edu)
Fellow and Faculty Associate, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 1995-96
Visiting Lecturer, UCLA School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Winter 1981
Research Scholar, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, 1978
The World Bank, The United Nations, agencies of federal, state and local government, private and non-profit groups.
Membership in Professional Societies and Groups
Annals of Regional Science, Editorial Board, 1997-
State of California Transportation Board Advisory Committee, 1977 - 1979
Transportation Research Board, Committee of Urban Activity Systems, 1981 - 1983
Journal of Planning Education and Research, Editorial Board, 1983 - 1987
2001 “The Sprawl Debate: Let Markets Plan” (with Harry Richardson), Publius, 31:3, 131-149.
2001 "Transportation and Land Use" (with Harry Richardson) in Randall Holcombe and Sam Staley (eds.) Smarter Growth: Market-Based Strategies for Land Use Planning in the 21st Century. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press.
2001 "Integrating Transportation Network and Regional Economic Models to Estimate the Costs of a Large Urban Earthquake" (with Sungbin Cho, et al.), Journal of Regional Science 41:1, 39-65.
2001 AHayek and Cities: Guidelines for Regional Scientists@ (with Harry Richardson) in Michael L. Lahr and Ronald E. Miller (eds.) Regional science perspectives in economic analysis: a festschrift in memory of Benjamin H. Stevens, 1st edition. Amsterdam: New York – Elsevier.
2001 "Private Zoning" (with Michael Keston) Urban Land 60:1, 12-13.
2001 "Compactness or Sprawl: America's Future vs. the Present" (with Harry Richardson) in M. Echenique and A. Saints (eds.) Cities for the New Millenium. London: Spon Press.
2000. "The Economic Impacts of the Citizen's Growth Management Initiative of 2000 in Arizona" (with Harry Richardson) in Papers and Proceedings of the International Workshop on Urban Growth Management Policies of Korea, Japan and the USA. Seoul: Seoul National University.
2000 ADefending Suburban Sprawl@ (with Harry Richardson) The Public Interest No. 139, 65-71.
2000 "Analyzing Transportation Reconstruction Network Strategies: A Full Cost Approach" (with Sungbin Cho, et al.) Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 12:3, 212-227.
2000 Critiquing Sprawl's Critics. (with Harry Richardson). Washington DC: Cato Institute Policy Analysis No. 365.
1999 "The Effects of Earthquakes on Highway Infrastructure Productivity" (with Masanobu Shinozuka, et al.) in H. Kameda and I.M. Friedland (eds.) Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Strategies. Buffalo: MCEER.
1999 AReview Essay: Los Angeles, City of Angels? No, City of Angles@ (with Harry Richardson) Urban Studies 36:3, 575-591.
1998 AProve It@ (with Harry Richardson) The Brookings Review 16:4, 23-25.
1998 AHousehold Commuting@ (with Harry Richardson and Yu-chun Liao) in D.F. Batten et al (eds.) Network Infrastructure and the Urban Environment: Recent Advances in Land Use/Transportation Modeling. New York: Springer.
1998 AWorld Cities in North America: Structural Change and Future Challenges@ (with Harry Richardson) in Fu-chen Lo and Yue-man Yeung (eds.) Globalization and the World of Large Cities. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
1998 ATransport-Related Impacts of the Northridge Earthquake@ (with Harry Richardson and Bill Davis) Journal of Transportation and Statistics 1:2, 21-36.
1998 AFarmland Preservation and Ecological Footprints: A Critique (with Harry Richardson) Planning and Markets 1,1 (www-pam.usc.edu/).
1998 AMetropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Employment Trends in the U.S.: Recent Evidence and Implications Urban Studies, 35, 7: 1037-1057 (with Harry Richardson and Gang Yu)
1998 ABicycling in the U.S.: A Fringe Mode?@ (with Harry Richardson) Transportation Quarterly 52:1, p 9-12.
1997 AThe Communications City@ (with Harry Richardson) Urban Land 10, p. 95.
1997 AThe Destiny of Downtowns: Doom or Dazzle?@ (with Harry Richardson) Lusk Review 3:2, p 63-76.
1997 AA Note on the Travel Speeds Debate@ (with Harry Richardson and Yu-chun Liao) Transportation Research 31:3, p 259-262.
1997 AAre Compact Cities A Desirable Planning Goal?@ (with Harry Richardson) Journal of the American Planning Association 63:1, 93-104.
1996 ABeyond Polycentricity: The Dispersed Metropolis, Los Angeles, 1970-1980' (with Harry Richardson) in Journal of the American Planning Association 62:3, p 289-95.
1996 AEmployment Decentralization in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Is Los Angeles an Outlier or the Norm?@ (with Harry Richardson) Environment and Planning A, 28, p. 1727-1743.
1996 AMexico City in the International Economy@ (with Allison Rowland) in Alan Gilbert (ed.) Megacities in Latin America Tokyo: United Nations University.
1995 ASustainable Congestion@ in J. Brotchie et al (eds.) Cities in Competition: The Emergence of Productive and Sustainable Cities for the 21st Century, p 348-358 (with Harry Richardson).
1995 AGeographic Factors Explaining Worktrip Length Changes@ in Special Reports on Trip and Vehicle Attributes, Office of Highway Information Management, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (with Harry Richardson).
1994 ACongestion Trends in Metropolitan Areas@ Curbing Gridlock: Peak-Period Fees to Relieve Traffic Congestions, vol., pp. 1-31. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press (with Harry Richardson).
1994 ANew Data and Old Models@ Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Working Paper (with Harry Richardson).
1994 The Counterplan for Transportation in Southern California: Spend Less, Serve More, Reason Foundation Policy Study No. 174 (with Harry Richardson).
1993 The Facts About "Gridlock" in Southern California, Reason Foundation Policy Study No. 165 (with Harry Richardson).
1993 Trends in Congestion in Metropolitan Areas. Prepared for the National Research Council (with Harry Richardson).
1993 APride and Prejudice: The Regional and Racial Impacts of Local Growth Control,@ Environment and Planning A Series (with Harry Richardson)
1993 AMarket Planning: Oxymoron or Commonsense?@ Journal of the American Planning Association (with Harry Richardson)
1992 ATests of the Standard Urban Model: A Micro (trade-off) Alternative@ Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, 4.1, p. 50-66 (with Harry Richardson and Yeol Choi)
1991 “Leaping Ahead: Impacts of the Proposed 2020 Plan@ Portus, 6, p. 14-20.
1991 APlanning the Trajectories of Land and Development Rights via Discrete Programming Models@ Environment and Planning A, 23, p 1561-1570 (with James Moore).
1991 AThe Commuting Paradox: Evidence from the Top Twenty@ Journal of the American Planning Association, 416, p. 416-420 (with Harry Richardson and Myung-Jin Jun).
1990 AA Sequential Programming Model of Urban Land Development@ Socioeconomic Planning Sciences, 24, p. 199-216 (with James Moore).
1990 AResidential Property Values, the CBD and Multiple Nodes: Further Analysis@ Environment and Planning A, 22, p. 829-833 (with Harry Richardson, et al.)
1990 APeak Spreading: How Much?@ Transportation Research A, 24A, p. 165-175 (with Ajay Kumar and Harry Richardson).
2002 The Voluntary City: Choice, Community and Civil Society. The University of Michigan Press (with David T. Beito and Alexander Tabarrok).
2002 Economic-Engineering Integrated Models for Earthquakes: Socioeconomic Impacts. Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center, UC Berkeley (with James E. Moore and Harry W. Richardson).
2001 “The Costs of Reconstruction: Using an Integrated Model with Endogenous Price Effects” Proceedings of Japan-US Workshop on Disaster Risk Management for Urban Infrastructure Systems. Kyoto, Japan.
2000 Improving Transportation in the San Fernando Valley. RPPI Policy Study No. 249
(with James Moore, Robert Poole, and Thomas Rubin).
1999 Integrating Transportation Network and Regional Economic Models to Estimate the Costs of a Large Earthquake, National Science Foundation (with Sungbin Cho, James Moore, Harry Richardson, Masanobu Shinozuka and Stephanie Chang. http://www.usc.edu/schools/sppd/eqloss/index.html
1998 A Transit Plan for Hillsborough County: A Reality Check. (with Robert Poole) RPPI Policy Study No. 241.
1995 The Case Against Electric Vehicle Mandates in California. Reason Foundation Policy Study No. 189 (with Harry Richardson).
1995 Binational Airport Case Study: An Autopsy of the San Diego Binational Airport Proposal in collaboration with El Colegio de la Frontera Norte (with Allison Rowland).
1995 The Business Interruption Effects of the Northridge Earthquake. National Science Foundation (with Harry Richardson).