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Welcome to the Market Urbanism podcast, where we’re liberalizing cities from the bottom-up. A podcast examining urban planning, transportation, and urban economic development from a classical liberal perspective.

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Welcome to the Market Urbanism podcast, where we’re liberalizing cities from the bottom-up. A podcast examining urban planning, transportation, and urban economic development from a classical liberal perspective.

    Samuel Zipp and Nathan Storring on Vital Little Plans

    Samuel Zipp and Nathan Storring on Vital Little Plans

    This week on the Market Urbanism Podcast, I chat with Samuel Zipp and Nathan Storring on the wonderful new volume Vital Little Plans: The Short Works of Jane Jacobs. From Jacobs' McCarthy-era defense of unorthodox thinking to snippets of her unpublished history of humanity, the book is a must-read for fans of Jane Jacobs. In this podcast, we discuss some of the broader themes of Jacobs' thinking.

    For links and discussion on this episode, please visit marketurbanism.com.

    Our theme music is “Origami” by Graham Bole, hosted on the Free Music Archive.

    • 39 Min.
    Anthony Ling on Brazilian Cities and the Future of Transportation

    Anthony Ling on Brazilian Cities and the Future of Transportation

    My guest this week is Anthony Ling. Anthony is founder and editor of Caos Planejado, a Brazilian website on cities and urban planning. He also founded Bora, a transportation technology startup and is currently an MBA candidate at Stanford University. He graduated Architecture and Urban Planning at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and worked with Isay Weinfeld early in his career.

    For links and discussion on this episode, please visit marketurbanism.com.

    Our theme music is “Origami” by Graham Bole, hosted on the Free Music Archive.

    • 35 Min.
    Sanford Ikeda on Jane Jacobs

    Sanford Ikeda on Jane Jacobs

    My guest this week is Sanford Ikeda, a professor of economics at SUNY Purchase and a visiting scholar at New York University.

    For links and discussion on this episode, please visit marketurbanism.com.

    Our theme music is “Origami” by Graham Bole, hosted on the Free Music Archive.

    • 44 Min.
    Emily Hamilton on Land-Use Regulation and the Cost of Housing

    Emily Hamilton on Land-Use Regulation and the Cost of Housing

    Emily Hamilton and Nolan Gray discuss the relationship between land-use regulation and the rising cost of housing.

    Our theme music is "Origami" by Graham Bole, hosted on the Free Music Archive.

    • 33 Min.
    Announcing the Market Urbanism Podcast

    Announcing the Market Urbanism Podcast

    Announcing the Market Urbanism Podcast! For show notes and information, head over to marketurbanism.com.

    Our theme music is "Origami" by Graham Bole, hosted on the Free Music Archive.

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