News from the Price Center

As part of our commitment to advancing social innovation in both theory and practice, the Price Center develops a wide range of content exploring new ideas, models, and innovative approaches to addressing society’s most intractable social problems.

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This report presents findings from a survey conducted in 2019, focused on understanding the coping strategies & adjustments that LA renters make in response to high rents.

The Sacramento Observer mentions the HPRI in a discussion about mortgage discrimination.

Roberto Suro was cited in a discussion about the U.S. Citizenship Act.

Dr. Gary Painter was quoted in an article where he discussed rental market stabilization.

The Committee for Greater LA has steered the analytical work completed by both UCLA and USC. The report that follows reflects their discourse, analysis, and discoveries regarding the significant social, economic, and racial inequality in Los Angeles.


February 2021 Newsletter

Top news and stories, including the latest Research and NDSC Data Story from the Price Center for Social Innovation in February 2021.

Community Impact and Price Research Symposium: Accelerating Fair Chance Hiring

USC Price School

In the Price School’s new series on Community Impact, they speak with Victoria Ciudad-Real, John Roberson III, Gary Painter, and Jeffery Wallace about findings from their collaborative project Accelerating Fair Chance Hiring among Los Angeles employers.