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CURRENT GRANTS (Page of 5)
Grantee Org Year Project Description Primary Contact Amount
University of Southern California 2014 Getting Back to Basics Evaluating Data Driven Management Reforms in the City of Los Angeles Christopher Weare $203488
University of Southern California 2003 Industrial Los Angeles: Social-Science-Informed Photographic Documentation Martin Kreiger, Greg Hise $101708
University of Southern California 2006 Support for the research for a book on the emergence of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Council System as seen through the stories of those who created it. Terry L. Cooper $19216
University of Southern California 2005 Local Governance and Direct Democracy: Past and Current Practices, Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century Elizabeth Garrett, John G. Matsusaka $80215
University of Southern California 2018 “Los Angeles' Housing Crisis and Local Planning Responses: An Evaluation of Inclusionary Zoning, the Transit-Oriented Communities Plan, and Parking Reduction as Policy Solutions in Los Angeles" Marlon Boarnet $131743
University of Southern California 2016 Bringing Citizens to the Table: Evaluating the Willingness of Local Government Employees to Engage with Citizens William Resh $155153
University of Southern California 2001 For a one year extension to a prior grant, "Documenting Neighborhood Democracy in Los Angeles: Model Approaches to Effective Citizen Participation" Terry Cooper, Juliet Musso $98078
University of Southern California 2017 Housing Interconnections in Los Angeles: Shortages, Affordability, and Displacement Dowell Myers $148137
University of Southern California 1999 Toward Urban Participatory Democracy: A Study of Best Practices for Neighborhood Organization in Los Angeles Juliet Musso & Terry Cooper $226656
University of Southern California 2002 Photographic Documentation of Industrial Neighborhoods in Los Angeles Martin Kreiger $10000
 
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