GSD Course Bulletin - Fall 2008

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Courses taught by James Stockard

05476: Housing Delivery Systems in the United States (SES 0547600)

Urban Planning and Design
Seminar - 4 credits - Limited enrollment
Wednesday 2:00 - 5:00   Gund 517

Instructor(s)
James Stockard

Course Description

This course will examine the process by which housing is produced in the United States. The course considers the primary actors in the delivery system, including consumers, developers, lenders, regulators, subsidy providers, and others. A substantial focus will be placed on the three types of developers, private for-profit companies, private non-profit organizations (including CDCs) and public agencies. The class will examine the history of each type of developer, the goals that motivate them, the parts of the housing market to which they respond, and the tools and techniques they use in their work. Attention will be given to the interaction among the various actors and changes that might improve the system.


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09302: Independent Thesis in Satisfaction of the Degree MAUD, MLAUD, or MUP (ADV 0930200)

Urban Planning and Design
Independent Study - 8 credits

Instructor(s)
James Stockard

Course Description

Following preparation in GSD 9204, each student pursues a topic of relevance to urban design or urban planning, which may include design or planning exploration, academic inquiry, or a combination thereof.


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