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Chris Fiscelli is a Senior Fellow at Reason Foundation. Currently a market analyst in the real estate industry, he formerly worked as a research and policy analyst for the Arizona Legislative Council conducting policy-related studies and analyzing a variety of policy issues for the state legislature. Mr. Fiscelli also worked in local government as a land use and economic development planner.
Mr. Fiscelli earned a Bachelor of Science in Land Use Planning from Eastern Michigan University. He also holds a Master of Science in Policy Analysis from Pennsylvania State University where he focused on urban development issues.
- More Planning Failures
August 18, 2005, 11:00am
- New Approaches to Affordable Housing
May 1, 2005
- Taking a Lesson in Math to Limit Urban Sprawl
Big projects and growth curbs have little positive effect
November 15, 2004
- San Diego's Growth Future Is Up For Grabs
Area should let market decide
December 18, 2003
- It's Not About the Sprawl
Don't blame growth for So Cal's problems
December 13, 2003
- Private Property Rights and Local Control: Can We Have Both?
New approach to development process needed
September 15, 2003
- Zoning Needs An Overhaul
Current approach distorts markets and stifles innovation
September 2, 2003
- San Diego's Affordable Housing Dilemma
Media price exceeds $400,000
July 30, 2003
- Smart Growth Dream Will Give You Nightmares
Contra Costa should avoid draconian anti-sprawl measures
June 30, 2003
- Growth Boundaries Sound Good, but Lack Substance
Contra Costa should avoid growth boundaries
June 23, 2003
- An Interview with Dr. Barton Smith on Urban Decentralization
Real estate expert discusses decentralization, rail, and more
June 11, 2003
- A New Sense of Community - Master Planned
Communities are private sector innovation
June 5, 2003
- Smart Growth Types' Dumb Rhetoric
Linking suburbs to obesity just an attempt at social engineering
May 19, 2003
- Preserving California's Farmland and Open Space Through PDRs
PDRs more flexible than tax subsidies
May 14, 2003
- Should We Subsidize "Smart Growth"?
Subsidizing "smart" development won't relieve congestion
May 12, 2003
- Market-Oriented New Urbanism
New urbanists should distance themselves from the smart growth agenda
April 21, 2003
- Does California Really Need More Planning?
Development should be a reaction to market demand
March 26, 2003
- Efforts to Build Infill Housing in California Won't Solve Growth Woes
Steeper housing shortfall and higher prices likely result
March 17, 2003
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