How Rich Neighborhoods Excluded the Poor ft. Richard Kahlenberg

The New Liberal Podcast | 15 August 2023 | 0h ??m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Richard Kahlenberg about his book Excluded: How Snob Zoning, NIMBYism, and Class Bias Build the Walls We Don’t See. Discusses how ‘snob zoning’ was used to create a class-based discrimination system that replaced race-based discrimination, the benefits of having more class-integrated neighborhoods, and the most important political obstacles to overcome in order to build more housing.

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What Communes and Other Radical Experiments in Living Together Reveal

The Ezra Klein Show | 9 June 2023 | 1h 10m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Kristen Ghodsee about her book Everyday Utopia: What 2,000 Years of Wild Experiments Can Teach Us About the Good Life. Draws lessons from the social experiments of communes and intentional communities to critique the way existing structures of family and community life leave so many people devoid of care and connection.

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Sam Bowman – The Housing Theory of Everything

Narratives w/Will Jarvis | 5 September 2022 | 0h 56m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Sam Bowman, about his article The Housing Theory of Everything. Discusses the housing theory of everything, the slowdown in science and technology, the long-term economic future of the UK, and more.

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Kevin Erdmann on the Myths About the Great Recession

Bretton Goods | 14 November 2021 | 0h 44m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Kevin Erdmann about his book Building from the Ground Up: Reclaiming the American Housing Boom. Argues that policymakers that prevented building more homes were to blame for the Great Recession – not a housing bubble.

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Stephen Hoskins – Land and Liberty to Build

Narratives w/Will Jarvis | 10 October 2022 | 1h 24m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Stephen Hoskins about his article Land and Liberty to Build: On Georgism and YIMBYism. Discusses the relationship between zoning and land value, arguing for an alliance of Georgism and YIMBYism to address rising housing costs and economic inequality. (Georgism is the notion of taxing the appreciation in land value.)

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The Arbitrary Lines of Zoning ft. M Nolan Gray

The New Liberal Podcast | 17 June 2022 | 1h 00m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Nolan Gray about his book Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke the American City and How to Fix It. Discusses how the modern system of zoning developed in the 20th century; the impact of zoning on cities; the role of zoning in the housing affordability crisis; and whether we should reform or abolish the systems of zoning that hold us back.

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How to Fix the Housing Market

The New Bazaar | 21 April 2022 | 1h 02m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Jenny Schuetz about her book Fixer-Upper: How to Repair America’s Broken Housing System. Discusses the housing market in all of its complexity, the reasons it’s broken for so many people, the entrenched barriers to fixing it – and some ideas that just might work.

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Bryan Caplan – How Do We Fix The Housing Crisis?

The Curious Task | 23 February 2022 | 1h 06m | Listen Later | Podcasts | Spotify
Interview with Bryan Caplan about his upcoming book Build, Baby, Build. Discusses novel solutions to the housing crisis, his affinity for graphic novels as a teaching tool, and the market-based approaches that are already working despite what our psychology is leading us to believe.

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