Architecture Boston – Who Will Occupy Boston? – Spring 2014

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In the Spring 2014 edition of Architecture Boston, Barry Bluestone joins Tamara Roy to discuss the current housing market in Boston and how future city leaders might address the growing inequality of housing prices within the City. Download PDF | Architecture Boston

Architecture Boston – Are We There Yet? – Spring 2014

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In the Spring 2014 edition of Architecture Boston, Stephanie Pollack discusses the need for a long-term plan that addresses Boston’s transportation needs. Download PDF | Architecture Boston

The Great U-Turn: Inequality in America 25 Years Later

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On February 25, Barry Bluestone delivered a keynote address to more than 250 students and faculty at the Luskin School of Public Affairs at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).  The address discussed trends in income and wealth inequality and intra- and inter-generational mobility since World War II and provided lessons for reducing […]

A New Approach for Meeting the Housing Needs of Greater Boston’s Working Families

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The Dukakis Center is preparing a major initiative to encourage the production of 8,000 – 10,000 units of new housing in “Millennial Villages” aimed at providing housing for graduate students, hospital interns and residents, and other young professionals both to help retain young people in Greater Boston and to free up older housing stock (e.g. […]

The Impact of the Coming Demographic Revolution on the Greater Boston Housing Market

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At Architecture Boston’s grand convention in November, Barry Bluestone presented the Dukakis Center’s latest research on the coming demographic revolution in the Commonwealth and how it would affect the types of housing that will be needed to meet the growing demand of young millennials and aging baby boomers. Download PDF

Boston’s Role in the Regional Economy

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In his address before the New England Economic Partnership at the Boston Federal Reserve Bank in November, 2013, Barry Bluestone examined the role of the City of Boston in the economy of the Greater Boston region, looking at both economic and demographic factors that have had a major impact on the region. Download PDF

Staying Power II: A Report Card on Manufacturing in Massachusetts 2012

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In November, Barry Bluestone was on the road traveling to a number of communities throughout the Commonwealth detailing the results of the Dukakis Center’s latest major study of the future of the manufacturing sector in Massachusetts.  This upbeat report suggests that manufacturing is alive and well in the Commonwealth and will continue to play a […]

The Boston Globe – A 21st-century bus system – 11/10/13

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Stephanie Pollack discusses the HUBus concept that supplements MBTA buses and uses existing technology to offer commuters convenient experience. Download PDF | Boston Globe

Banker & Tradesman – Is There Another Housing Bubble on the Horizon? – 10/31/13

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In the October 2013 edition of Banker & Tradesman, Barry Bluestone explains that through the first six months of 2013, the median selling price of a single-family home in the Boston region was up an average of seven percent over 2012 and many expect prices to continue to rise through the end of this year […]

What Makes Working Cities Work?: Key Factors in Urban Economic Growth

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While on sabbatical at the Boston Federal Reserve Bank, Barry Bluestone presented his latest research on the factors that most correlate with employment growth in the older industrial cities in Massachusetts.  The research relies on data collected over the past eight years through the Dukakis Center’s Economic Development Self-Assessment Tool.  The findings suggest that municipal […]

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