Brandon Fuller, Deputy Director of NYU Stern’s Urbanization Project, joins us to discuss the economic ramifications of land use restrictions in urban areas.

He explains how large, productive cities in the US can serve as a cautionary tale for the rapidly urbanizing cities of the future. And while there’s already a lot he covers in the span of just about 4 minutes, we even get to how land use restrictions affect the real wage across all workers in a city.

Brandon Fuller is deputy director and research scholar at the NYU Stern Urbanization Project. He is also deputy director of New York University's Marron Institute. The Marron Institute deepens the fundamental understanding of cities by working with civic innovators to improve urban management. Prior to joining NYU, Fuller was director of Charter Cities, a non-profit focused on the potential for new cities to drive reform in rapidly ... View Profile