Banker & Tradesman – MBHP Honors Property Owners At Annual Event – 3/14/14

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Barry Bluestone told the crowd at a recent MBHP event that Boston needs more affordable housing units for low- and moderate-income families.

BostonHerald.com – ‘‘Great Expectations’ for Walsh’ – 1/5/14

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The Dukakis Center’s Greater Housing Report Card was included in a recent article that contemplates what newly elected Boston mayor Marty Walsh will do once inaugurated.

Radio Open Source – Where’s Boston? waiting a new mayor…a new radio show – 12/19/13

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Barry Bluestone joins Radio Boston host Christopher Lydon and several other Bostonians with varying backgrounds and perspectives to discuss the City’s past and what they believe will be its future.

The Boston Globe – Home sales, prices jump again – 11/27/13

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Barry Bluestone, director of the Dukakis Center, said they expect housing inventory to increase this spring, as buyers continue to bid above asking prices for months.

The New England Journal of Higher Education – The New Slow – 11/18/13

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Barry Bluestone and Alan Clayton-Matthews discuss Boston’s role in New England’s regional economic network, focusing on housing and jobs.

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

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Stephanie Pollack, Associate Director of the Dukakis Center, suggests an innovative idea for better bus service in Boston.

The Boston Globe – Research misread in debate over car-free housing – 10/16/13

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IN THE continuing debate over no-parking housing in Boston, Stanley Spiegel’s Oct. 11 letter cites my research at Northeastern University’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy but draws precisely the wrong conclusion from our work (“Even with nearby transit options, car keys will be jingling”). The research found that in half of neighborhoods newly served by transit, […]

Boston bombing suspect’s fate: Column

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By James Alan Fox | USA Today Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is scheduled to appear in federal court today for his arraignment, and some victims and their families are expected to attend. When the 30-count indictment against him was announced last month, U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz indicated that the 19-year-old defendant, if convicted of murdering three […]

Albright, Bluestone, and Clayton-Matthews Explain Trends in MA Population Rise

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Boom in immigration fuels state population rise Middlesex, Suffolk counties add most By Matt Carroll  |  The Boston Globe |   APRIL 08, 2013 Driven by a boom in immigration, the Boston area grew by about 55,000 residents in a recent two-year period, according to new county population estimates by the US Census Bureau. The population growth in […]

Wide racial gap exists on speed of Boston-area commutes

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Disparity particularly bad on buses, averaging 80 minutes more per week By Eric Moskowitz | The Boston Globe | November 24, 2012 At the end of a recent community meeting on the state transportation system, a grandmotherly woman with a lyrical Caribbean accent strode up to the top transportation official in Massachusetts, dispensing with pleasantries. “Let […]

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