Tuesday, August 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
"The Supply-Equity Trade-off: The Effect of Spatial Representation on the Local Housing Supply"
Presented by Michael Hankinson, assistant professor of Political Science at George Washington University.
A central concern of governance is how the costs and benefits of collective goods are distributed over the population. Our findings speak to a trade-off inherent to spatial representation: the supply of collective goods and the equitable distribution of the associated costs.
*Political Institutions & Political Economy