PhD, University of Oregon
BA, University of California at Santa Cruz
- PolSci 213 – Urban Government and Politics
- PolSci 216 – Environmental Politics
- PolSci 913 – Urban Political Process
Urban Development/Redevelopment since World War II
Other Relevant Activities
Director, Urban Studies Programs
Director, Center for Economic Development
Rast, Joel S. “Urban Regime Theory and the Problem of Change.” Urban Affairs Review 51.1 (2015): 138-149.
Rast, Joel S. “The Promises and Pitfalls of Planned Manufacturing Districts: Lessons from Chicago.” Progressive Planning winter. (2012): 21-23.
Rast, Joel S. “Environmental Justice and the New Regionalism.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 25.3 (2006): 249-263.