Case Study Conference Schedule

Thursday September 22, 2022

8am Breakfast
Welcome in Special Events Forum
9:00-9:15am Welcome Stuart Shapiro, Interim Dean
Rutgers University, USA
9:15-9:30am Opening Remarks Mi Shih and Kathe Newman Rutgers University, USA
Panel 1
9:30-9:50am Subsidizing Sunset: Transforming Urban Planning in Post-Handover Hong Kong Ben Gerlofs
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 
9:50-10:10am Civic Mobilization and Public Land in West Philadelphia’s Mantua Neighborhood 2013-2022  Laura Wolf-Powers
Hunter College, USA 
10:10-10:30am Treasure Hill as a Value Practice: Housing Alternatives, Squatter Landscape, and the Politics of Land  Mi Shih
Rutgers University, USA 
Fang-Cheng Lin
Trans-Pacific Community Design Architects, Taiwan 
Min-Jay Kang
National Taiwan University, Taiwan 
John K.C. Liu
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
10:30-10:50am Land Value Creation, Capture, and Transformation: Housing Decommodification and Cohousing in Vancouver Leslie Shieh
Tomo Spaces, Canada 
10:50-11:20am Q&A + Discussion
11:20-12:30pm Lunch
Panel 2
12:30-12:50pm Vertical Development as False-Choice Neoliberalism: The Case of Santiago, Chile, 2010-2019 Ernesto Lopez Morales
Universidad San Sebastián, Patagonia Campus, Chile
12:50-1:10pm Back to Basics?:  Setting up the Basic Floor Area Ration for Value Capture in Two Brazilian Cities Enrique R. Silva and Luis Quintanilla
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, USA 
1:10-1:30pm Liquid Assets: Riverfront Development and the Case of Lincoln Yards  Rachel Weber and Sevin Yildiz
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA 
1:30-2:10pm Q&A + Discussion
2:10-2:45pm Coffee Break
Keynote Address
2:50-3:50pm Reading Henry George in Informal and Insurgent Bengaluru: Bringing Racialized Labor back into Land Rent Debates Sai Balakrishnan
University of California, Berkeley, USA 
3:50pm-4:50pm Reception

Friday September 23, 2022

Breakfast
9:15-9:30am Welcome Mi Shih and Kathe Newman Rutgers University, USA 
Panel 3
9:30-9:50am Land Readjustment and Value Captures in Taiwan: A Contested Ground between Planning Ideology and Real Estate Practices Lap-I Kuok and Hsiutzu Betty Chang
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan 
9:50-10:10am Fulfillment Prophecy: The Politics of Amazon’s Expansion in Greater Chicagoland Lauren Nolan
Rutgers University, USA
10:10-10:30am Intensification and Land Value Capture in Toronto: Community Benefits and the Production of Urban Space André Sorensen, University of Toronto, USA
10:30-11:00am Q&A + Discussion
11:00am Lunch