Joel Talks with Rod Arquette About Where African Americans Do Best Economically

By: KNRS Salt Lake City
On: Rod Arquette Show

Joel recently appeared on the Rod Arquette show in Salt Lake City to talk about where African Americans are doing best. Click the Play button below to listen (mp3 audio file) Joel’s segment starts at 1:42.

Joel Kotkin on KFI’s “John and Ken Show” with Jane Wells

By: KFI News, KFI FM 640
On: Joel Kotkin on John and Ken Show

Joel Kotkin, a Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in California, on KFI News with Jane Wells discussing California, religion and what the new tax plan means.

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Joel Kotkin on End of Capitalism: McIntyre In The Morning KABC 790

By: KABC 790
On: McIntyre In The Morning

Joel Kotkin interviewed on KABC 790. Joel discusses the ‘end of capitalism’ and western civilization, especially millennial rejection of capitalism.

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Mayors to Young America: ‘Can We Talk?’

Excerpted from an article that first appeared at Politico.

Craft beer helps, but affordable housing is key

…One reason for millennials’ short stays may be the kind of housing crunch that has affected Seattle in the wake of its tech-driven colonization, as well as the affordability issues native to traditional hubs like New York and San Francisco. Joel Kotkin, a fellow in urban studies at Chapman University, has chronicled how millennials are increasingly drawn to less-dense cities in the Sun Belt and other not-so-hip areas not traditionally known for easy access to gluten-free pizza and $200-per-week “co-working” spaces.

Read the full article at Politico.

Climate Change: Are We Adapting?

By: Microbin Radio
On: AM970 The Answer

Climate change is a real phenomenon. What can we do to mitigate damage from future climate disasters? What are the challenges for urban planning? What are the costs and who should take the lead: government, private sector or a public/private partnership?

Michael Robinson tackles climate change issues with guests Dr. Nina Lam, Steve Valk, Joel Kotkin and John Elkington.

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Tech Giants Promise to Heal Themselves But the Internet Was Built to Hate

This excerpt is from an article by Harry Siegel that first appeared in The Daily Beast.

The self-serve, untouched-by-human-hands model is meant to give giant ad companies plausible deniability about what it is they’re selling—and who they’re selling it to. It wasn’t us, just our code!

The good news is that the public and media are finally catching up with what Joel Kotkin and others have been warning for years now about the danger of tech oligarchs with market shares the robber barons of the 19th century would envy. If we really want to restore America confidence, we’re overdue for a new era of trust busting.

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McIntyre In The Morning Interviews Joel Kotkin on California Transit

By: KABC 790
On: McIntyre In The Morning

Joel Kotkin interviewed on KABC. Joel discusses California transit policy, Measure M — and whether or not the way we are spending money makes sense.

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Joel Kotkin on “The Attitude” with Arnie Arnesen

By: WNHN FM 94.7 Concord, NH
On: The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen

Rethinking the urban shopping mall, with Joel Kotkin, a Presidential Fellow in Urban Futures at Chapman University in California. Joel is widely recognized as an authority on global economic, political, and social trends. The coming retail apocalypse presents challenges and opportunities for urban planners.

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KABC Interviews Joel Kotkin on the Green Movement

By: KABC 790
On: McIntyre In The Morning

Joel Kotkin interviewed on KABC. Joel discusses how environmental issues became a moral imperative, and harmed progress on the environment in the process.

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Read the related article at JoelKotkin.com

California Housing Prices a Vicious Circle

In a recent article about California housing prices and how they affect the future of the state, Joel Kotkin posed a question: “Is California Anti-family?

John McManus covers the issue of housing affordability in an article at Builder Online, excerpted below.

Dave Cogdill, president and ceo of the California Building Industry Association, has at least some of the answer to Kotkin’s question.

Cogdill asserts that Californians–the elected official ones and the voting ones–have only themselves to hold accountable for the decline in families and in next-wave economic prosperity, nobody else. California’s shortfall of new-home development is running at 100,000 units annually, Cogdill says, and that’s why the state is stuck in a vicious circle.

Read the full article at Builder Online