Mildred Warner

Professor, Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning

Warner is a professor at Cornell University Department of City and Regional Planning. She was trained in neoclassical economics and developmental sociology and her research explores the impact of privatization and devolution on local government and the role of human services in economic development. She is an international expert on the privatization of local government services and leads a national effort on planning for family friendly cities — including the links between economic development and childcare. She has authored over a hundred journal articles, book chapters, and professional reports, and has received major research grants from USDA, US-HHS, and Peppercorn, Rauch, and Kellogg foundations.  

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