Jeremy Levine, assistant professor in Organizationl Studies and Sociology, recently published his book, Constructing Community: Urban Governance, Development, and Inequality in Boston via the Princeton University Press. Jeremy is a sociologist interested in politics, organizations, and inequality in cities.
The publication is "a look at the benefits and consequences of the rise of community-based organizations in urban development." (From the publisher)
He recently recorded a podcast with the Social Innovation Think Tank at the University of Cambridge Judge School of Business, where he chats to Dr. Neil Stott and Professor Paul Tracey about his research on this important publication. Check it out below!