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Latest Journal Articles
Why don't cities privatize more? Insourcing is the new reform. See new Journal of American Planning Association article.
- Did you know cities with developer impact fees also enjoy lower crime rates? See forthcoming article in Cities.
Latest Issue Briefs
Schools and communities are teaming up to share resources - why? See new issue brief.
Which communities find the most services for their elder residents? Find out here.
Who is more important to economic development - children or seniors? Learn more here.
In the News
For her years of innovative research on issues impacting families, communities and regions, Professor Warner received the 2012-2013 David J. Allee and Paul R. Eberts Community and Economic Vitality Award from Cornell's Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI), which she helped found in 1990. Read more here.
- Professor Warner's presentation to the Mayors Innovation Project in Washington DC in January 2013 helped inspired syndicated columnist Neal Peirce to feature multi-generational planning in his weekly column on cities soon thereafter:
Professor Warner discussed privatization on May 14, 2011 edition of The Forum on BBC. Read and listen here.
- In the New York Times "Room for Debate" series, Professor Warner offered perspective on the question, "Is Privatization a Bad Deal for Cities and States?" - April 14, 2011. Read it here.