John I. Gilderbloom
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Gilderbloom’s primary areas of research are housing, community development, urban policy in radical cities (Amsterdam/Havana), green/sustainable urbanism, advanced research methods/statistics, and experiential learning in graduate education. His research has earned him numerous awards and recognitions throughout his career, including being ranked one of the “Top 100 Urban Thinkers in the World.” He has conducted extensive research and published widely on rent control and tenants’ rights and on the development of affordable, accessible, and attractive housing for all – and for poor or otherwise marginalized neighborhoods in particular. Gilderbloom acted as a consultant for the Clinton administration on various projects. In his position at the University of Louisville, he enjoys working with motivated and creative graduate students who love to publish cutting edge research.