NYU Urban Seminar Series

Daniel Hartley on Gentrification & Labor Demand

<p>Kelly</p> <p>Miller</p>



Thanks to Daniel Hartley for leading a recent discussion exploring the effect of labor demand on neighborhood change. He presented his paper on his current research entitled, "Gentrification and Changes in the Spatial Structure of Labor Demand." 

To read a detailed summary of the event, click here.

The NYU Urban Seminar series is co-hosted by the NYU Furman Center and the Marron Institute. The speaker series is focused on research with implications for urban policy, and features a variety of researchers from across the U.S. discussing their work.

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Dan Hartley

Dan Hartley

Policy Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

Daniel Hartley is a policy economist in the research department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. His primary research interests include insurance, urban economics and labor economics. His current work focuses on neighborhood housing market dynamics, crime, public housing, and the insurance industry. Prior to working at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, he was an economist in the research department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland for almost 6 years.

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