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Through the Faculty Fellows Program, the Institute fosters an environment that encourages cross-disciplinary connections and nurtures a collaborative spirit among faculty across the 12 schools. This program identifies faculty with a demonstrated interest in urban research and provides research and communication services.

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John D. Landis

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Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning

Urban Spatial Analytics Academic Director

About

John D. Landis is Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning in the School of Design and the Urban Spatial Analytics Academic Director. His research interests span a variety of urban development topics; his recent research and publications focus on growth management, infill housing, and the geography of urban employment centers. He teaches courses in housing, urban economics, GIS, project development, and sustainable urban development. Together with several generations of Ph.D. students, Landis developed the California Urban Futures series of urban growth models. He is currently engaged in a National Science Foundation-funded project to model, forecast, and develop alternative spatial scenarios of U.S. population and employment patterns and their impacts on travel demand, habitat loss, and water use through 2050. Prior to arriving at Penn in 2007, Landis was on the planning faculties of the University of California, Berkeley, Georgia Tech , and the University of Rhode Island. He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Planning Association and Housing Policy Debate. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the American Planning Association.

Selected Publications

John D. Landis, Heather Hood, Guangyu Li, Thomas Rogers, and Charles Warren. 2006. The Future of Infill Housing in California: Opportunities, Potential, and Feasibility. Housing Policy Debate, 17(4): 681-726.

John D. Landis, Vicky Elmer, and Matthew Zook. 2002. New Economy Housing Markets: Fast and Furious - But Different? Housing Policy Debate, 13(2): 233-274.

Landis, John D., Michael Larice, Deva Dawson, and Lan Deng. 2001. Pay to Play: Residential Development Fees in California Cities and Counties, 1999. California Department of Housing and Community Development.

Landis, John D. 1995. Imagining Land Use Futures: Applying the California Futures Model. Journal of the American Planning Association, 61(4): 438-457.

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Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning

Urban Spatial Analytics Academic Director

About

John D. Landis is Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning in the School of Design and the Urban Spatial Analytics Academic Director. His research interests span a variety of urban development topics; his recent research and publications focus on growth management, infill housing, and the geography of urban employment centers. He teaches courses in housing, urban economics, GIS, project development, and sustainable urban development. Together with several generations of Ph.D. students, Landis developed the California Urban Futures series of urban growth models. He is currently engaged in a National Science Foundation-funded project to model, forecast, and develop alternative spatial scenarios of U.S. population and employment patterns and their impacts on travel demand, habitat loss, and water use through 2050. Prior to arriving at Penn in 2007, Landis was on the planning faculties of the University of California, Berkeley, Georgia Tech , and the University of Rhode Island. He serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Planning Association and Housing Policy Debate. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the American Planning Association.

Selected Publications

John D. Landis, Heather Hood, Guangyu Li, Thomas Rogers, and Charles Warren. 2006. The Future of Infill Housing in California: Opportunities, Potential, and Feasibility. Housing Policy Debate, 17(4): 681-726.

John D. Landis, Vicky Elmer, and Matthew Zook. 2002. New Economy Housing Markets: Fast and Furious - But Different? Housing Policy Debate, 13(2): 233-274.

Landis, John D., Michael Larice, Deva Dawson, and Lan Deng. 2001. Pay to Play: Residential Development Fees in California Cities and Counties, 1999. California Department of Housing and Community Development.

Landis, John D. 1995. Imagining Land Use Futures: Applying the California Futures Model. Journal of the American Planning Association, 61(4): 438-457.

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