Nonresident Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program
A former city planner, Julie Wagner is an expert on long- and short-range land use planning, public involvement, and land use conflict resolution. Her research areas include development of large scale urban regeneration projects, land use mediation, and the design and implementation of public involvement programs for controversial urban projects.
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