Daniel Kay Hertz is a policy analyst and writer who focuses on public finance, housing, and transportation, especially as they relate to urban issues. He works in the Chicago Department of Housing and is the author of The Battle of Lincoln Park: Urban Renewal and Gentrification in Chicago.

Municipal Bonds, Race, and the American City

An interview with Destin Jenkins

The rapid and expansive action taken by the Fed over the past two months in response to the coronavirus crisis has muddied the distinction between monetary and fiscal policy. In particular, its Municipal Liquidity Facility provides a path for financing…