Talking Headways Podcast: Supply and Demand Is So Boring

We’re back with Dr. Lisa Schweitzer of USC’s Price School of Public Policy this week for part two of our discussion. We talk about the idea of jobs/housing balance, her blog post on the Smartest Boy Urbanist, and her favorite planning books and mentors, plus we get a preview of her upcoming book on firearms and cities.

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