Michael Storper

UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs

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Michael Storper on KCRW

State senator Scott Wiener has taken the fight over housing to where it hurts: single family neighborhoods.

Will SB 827 smash local control of development?

State senator Scott Wiener has taken the fight over housing to where it hurts: single family neighborhoods.

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Los Angeles was once America's economic success story, but its economy is now just 25th in the nation, while the San Francisco Bay Area is Number One.

Is LA or San Francisco Leading the Way to the Future?

Los Angeles was once America's economic success story, but its economy is now just 25th in the nation, while the San Francisco Bay Area is Number One.

from Which Way, L.A.?

In 1970, the average salary for a Los Angeles worker was among the highest in the country. L.A. and San Francisco were both ranked in the top five cities for per capita income.

LA vs. San Francisco

In 1970, the average salary for a Los Angeles worker was among the highest in the country. L.A. and San Francisco were both ranked in the top five cities for per capita income.

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