Jim Carr is a housing finance, banking, and urban policy expert. He is the Coleman A. Young Endowed Chair and Professor of Urban Affairs at Wayne State University. He is also a Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress and Distinguished Scholar with The Opportunity Agenda. He sits on the Center for Global Policy Solutions’ Board of Directors.

Jim has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg, MSNBC, FOX News, PBS, and a variety of local news stations in Washington, DC and New York. He has been interviewed on Newsweek on Air, Bloomberg Radio, and National Public Radio. Jim has been quoted and his research cited in various major newspapers including the Washington Post, USA Today, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, Reuters, and numerous additional media outlets.

For interviews, contact him at jim@jameshcarr.com or contact Simona Combi at simona@globalpolicysolutions.org.

Op-eds/Letter to the editor:

– Forbes.com: Fair Housing Enforcement Still Matters In Our`Post-Racial’ Segregated Society–But It’s Endangered

– Forbes.com: Outdated Credit Scoring Models Shut Minorities Out Of Housing Market

– Wall Street Journal: Letter to the editor

– National Journal: African-Americans and Latinos Still Don’t Have Equal Access to Safe, Sustainable Mortgages

– The Hill: Here’s how to really help families obtain housing

Media appearances:

– MSNBC, All In with Chris Hayes

– CNN, Christine Romans

– Bloomberg TV, “Bottom Line” with Mark Crumpton

Carr was a panelist at the 2014 Color of Wealth Summit: