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Housing finance, land use, and transportation networks – David Islip, Quantitative Risk Analyst, Canada Guaranty Mortgage Insurance Company

February 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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David Ryan Islip

Abstract: It is recognized that the decision-making processes of households play a fundamental role in land-use planning. Furthermore, in the case of Canada, the housing finance system and its political economy have a significant influence on household decision-making. This session will provide a basis for understanding Canada’s housing system and how it impacts land use. An overview of Canada’s housing system will be provided. In particular, housing policy will be understood through the lens of micro-simulation.

Bio: David Islip is a PhD student in Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Professor Roy H. Kwon. As a part of his research, David also works at Canada Guaranty Mortgage Insurance Company as a Quantitative Risk Analyst performing strategy and risk analytics. His research interests are data-driven decision making and risk management. He holds a BASc in the Engineering Science Infrastructure Option from the University of Toronto.

Presented by University of Toronto ITE Student Chapter, UT-ITE.

All are welcome to attend.

Venue

Sandford Fleming Building, ITS Lab and Testbed, Room SF3103
10 King's College Road, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON M5S 1A4 Canada
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