Andrés Paxton-Martin Research Intern, MassINC

Andrés Paxton-Martin is from La Coruña, Northwestern Spain, where he majored in Sociology at University of La Coruña.  During undergrad Andrés studied abroad in Mexico City, where he focused on social research methods and public policy analysis, subsequently authoring “The mass transit model in the Valley of Mexico: a SWOT analysis”. 

Andrés is us currently a student at Boston University working on his M.A. in Global Policy, with focus in Development. As part of his Capstone research project, he is working in collaboration with Oxfam America in devising a strategy to improve and lobby for corporate social responsibility across the supply chain for female agricultural laborers, particularly labor market fairness.

ARTICLES By Andrés Paxton-Martin

Opportunity Zones and Transformative Transit-Oriented Development in Gateway Cities

This policy brief is the first in a series exploring state and local level approaches to generating transformative transit-oriented development (TTOD) in Gateway Cities. Here, we examine strategies to maximize the benefits of the new federal Opportunity Zone Program. The analysis centers on Massachusetts’ census tracts designated as Opportunity Zones. Our findings show that the

Opportunity Zones and Transformative Transit-Oriented Development in Gateway Cities

Policy Brief

This policy brief is the first in a series exploring state and local level approaches to generating transformative transit-oriented development (TTOD) in Gateway Cities. Here, we examine strategies to maximize the benefits of the new federal Opportunity Zone Program. The analysis centers on Massachusetts’ census tracts designated as Opportunity Zones. Our findings show that the

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