Jared is writing his dissertation on "Skills-Based Neighborhood and School Sorting in an Era of Choice-Oriented Urban Policy."
John R. Meyer Dissertation Fellows are Harvard doctoral students in any discipline who have an approved prospectus for a housing-related doctoral dissertation. Meyer Dissertation Fellows receive a $5,000 stipend as well project advising and support from the Joint Center researchers and faculty affiliates.
Meyer Fellows include:
2019: Jared Schachner - Skills-Based Neighborhood and School Sorting in an Era of Choice-Oriented Urban Policy
2019: Adam Travis - The effects of flood hazards on home prices
2017: Jasmin Sandelson - Unaccompanied homeless youth
2016: Hope Harvey - Exploring the Impacts of Doubling-Up on Families with Children
2014: Jackelyn Hwang - Gentrification without Segregation: Race and Renewal in a Diversifying City
2013: Eva Rosen - Selection, Matching, and the Rules of the Game: Landlords and the Geographic Sorting of Low-Income Renters