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Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR)

Camden Newark New Brunswick/Piscataway
  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Research Centers and Institutes Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR)  
Graduate School-New Brunswick

Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy

33 Livingston Avenue, Suite 400

New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1982

Telephone: 848-932-2374; Fax: 732-932-2363

Robert W. Burchell, Codirector

David Listokin, Codirector

For four decades, the Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR) has served the nation with basic and applied research on a broad spectrum of public policy issues. CUPR is nationally and internationally recognized for its work in the areas of affordable housing, land-use policy, development impact analysis, the costs of sprawl, transportation information systems, population and employment projections, and the economic impacts of historic preservation. CUPR has developed a wide array of fiscal, environmental, transportation, and quality-of-life impact models that have been used in major public policy evaluations throughout the United States. Housed within the center are CUPR Press, one of the nation's premier publishers in the field of city and regional planning (CUPR Press is now joined with Transaction Publishers); the Rutgers Economic Advisory Service (R/ECON), an quarterly economic forecasting service for the state; the New Jersey Public Policy Research Institute (NJPPRI), a research center specializing in policy for and about the African-American community; and the Community Development Institute (CDI), a training institute for community development professionals.

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