Seva Rodnyansky’s research focuses on urban policy related to housing, transportation, residential mobility and neighborhood change. His teaching interests include quantitative data analysis, urban policy and planning, housing policy, and transportation planning. Seva's current research looks at the effect of historical redlining on public health and health outcomes, the impact of natural disasters on housing affordability, rural housing subsidies, and residential mobility and transit.
Assistant Professor, Urban and Environmental Policy
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