A center that advances research on how people live, move, and work in the Los Angeles region.
Produces and supports scholarly work; produces lectures and seminars; convenes conferences to connect research and practice and stimulate intellectual debate among the research and advocacy community in Los Angeles
Who We Serve
Affiliated scholars, core staff and students, the research and advocacy community in Los Angeles, and the general public of Southern California.
Mission and Goals
To advance research on how people live, move, and work in the Los Angeles region, with a focus on policies and interventions that provide paths out of poverty.
Projects Managed By LEWIS CENTER FOR REGIONAL POLICY STUDIES (24)
A Contrast in Economic Development: Los Angeles Vs. San Francisco
A Spatial Analysis of Housing and Transportation Affordability in Los Angeles County
Calculating the Costs of Climate Change Policies
California Statewide Housing Plan Update
Co-parenting Between Single Mothers and Nonresident Fathers in South Los Angeles: A Feasibility Pilot Study
Congestion and Accessibility: What’s the Relationship
Credible Commitment and Congestion Pricing
High Cost of Highway Dedication Laws
How do Housing Voucher Recipients Balance Housing, Neighborhoods, and Transportation?
Latino-Owned Business and the Greater Los Angeles Economy
Local Climate Change Initiative
Local Government and Climate Action Policies
Neighborhood-Based Cultural Tourism Network
Noise and Air Pollution Exposure for Transit Riders on Freeway and Non-freeway Light Rail Station Platforms
Nursing Home Care Communications
Parking as a Regulatory Barrier to Housing
Seniors and Parks: Identifying and Responding to the Elders Need for Open Space
Taxi Drivers in LA: Workforce Facing Change
Transportation Decision-Makers, Practitioners and Researchers: Differences in the Production and Us