Hazel Hall, 3301 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22201

Host: Mercatus Center. Professor Nelson will discuss the growing importance of sublocal forms of governance. The rise of private community associations, in which 20 percent of Americans now live, is a leading example. The spread of Business Improvement Districts is another important case. Sublocal governments can specialize and otherwise more effectively address urban problems that have defied the efforts of conventional city governments. Professor Nelson will explore what this means for city and urban governance and the provision of public goods at various levels of government. Sandwhich lunch will be provided.

Official Website: http://www.mercatus.org/EventDetails.aspx?id=28222

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