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The City as a Generator of Public Value: An Analysis of Taxable Value per Acre and Public Infrastructure Investment in Jacksonville, Florida
Cities and towns across the US are collectively facing over $1 trillion in deferred infrastructure maintenance. A staggering deficit that is directly attributable to the legacy of suburban development patterns, which require ...
Marginalizing Somali Immigrant Communities in Minneapolis: Tracing the Steps of Economic Displacement in the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood
In this paper, I argue that the Somali-American immigrant population in Minneapolis is subject to the processes of gentrification. As an economically and culturally marginalized population, Somali-American immigrants have ...
A Micro-mobile Streetscape in the Age of Vision Zero: An Action Plan for Downtown Washington, D.C.
In the first nine months of 2019 alone, Washington, D.C. riders took 4.5 million micromobility trips, nearly 6% of the total number of trips that occurred across the United States the year prior.1 As the micromobility ...
ICTs and the GCC: Economic Infrastructure and Policy Control
(Georgetown University, 2017)
The countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) have the advantage of a robust economic structure that assists in shaping policy and state governance. In the past decade the existence of wealth, patronage networks, and ...
An Agent-Based Modeling Approach to Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma on Networks
(Georgetown University, 2018)
Prisoner’s dilemma is a framework in game theory to explain why rational individuals would choose to not cooperate even at their own expense. In 1984, Axelrod’s computer tournament and its simple yet profound results brought ...