The Wilson Center is organizing this seminar in collaboration with the Land and Housing Institute (LHI), Korea Land and Housing Corporation, based in Seoul, Korea, as a part of a comprehensive study and exchange of affordable housing policies in the U.S. to inform Korean policies and programs. A panel of experts will examine best practices as well as limitations found in U.S. housing policies and will highlight patterns in programming. The seminar will present a range of perspectives on affordable housing, focusing on the trend away from centralized, supply-side approaches toward decentralized, demand-driven housing policies. Panelists will reflect upon subsidy and voucher programs as well as housing tax credits, leading to a discussion of the lessons and implications of the U.S. experience for the Korean context.
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- Ford Professor Urban Design and Planning, MIT
- President and CEO, National Alliance to End Homelessness
- Executive Director, District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA)
- Director of Financial Regulation Studies, Cato Institute
- Executive Research Fellow, Land and Housing Institute (LHI), Korea Land and Housing Corporation
- Senior Research Fellow, Land and Housing Institute (LHI), Korea Land and Housing Corporation