Clinical Assistant Professor
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
- @New York City
41 Park Row 511C
New York City
Tue, Wed, Thu (by appointment)
Tue, Wed, Thu 3:00pm-5:30pm
Ric is an experienced technology and nonprofit entrepreneur with the strong analytical skills developed as a Ph.D. in public policy. He teaches graduate-level public policy and public administration as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Public Administration. He has also written regular columns for mass-market weekly and monthly publications.
BS , Grand Valley State University , Grand Rapids, MI
PhD , Georgia State University/Georgia Institute of Technology , Atlanta, GA
MA , Temple University , Philadelphia, PA
Kolenda, R. & Liu, C. Y.
Are Central Cities More Creative? the Intrametropolitan Geography of Creative Industries.
Journal of Urban Affairs.
, pages 487-512.
Liu, C. Y. & Kolenda, R.
(2012, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)).
Counting and Understanding the Contingent Workforce.
, pages 1003-1025.
Liu, C. Y., Kolenda, R., Fitzpatrick, G. & Todd, T. N.
Re-Creating New Orleans: Driving Development Through Creativity.
Economic Development Quarterly.
, pages 261-275.
(2018, April 6).
Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference.
Making the Gig Economy Work for Everyone: Strategies to Reduce Precarity for Contingent Workers.
Urban Affairs Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The economic geography of creative industries; urban inequality, equality of opportunity & socio-economic mobility; and twenty-first century employment structures.
Admissions and Retentia