Kingsley, G. Thomas
KINGSLEY, G. Thomas
KINGSLEY, G. Thomas. American, b. 1936. Genres: Urban studies. Career: City planning consultant to the city and county of San Francisco, CA, 1961-62; Arthur D. Little, Inc., urban planner and economist, 1962-65; Ford Foundation, assistant chief physical planner for advisory planning group, Calcutta Metropolitan Planning Organization, 1965-67; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, assistant professor of urban and regional planning, 1967-68; Rand Institute, New York City, senior program analyst, 1968-69; New York City Housing and Development Administration, New York City, assistant administrator for fiscal and administrative services, 1969-73; Rand Corp., deputy director of Housing Studies Program and manager of field and program operations for Housing Assistance Supply Experiment, 1973-78, director of Housing and Urban Policy Program, 1978-82; United Nations Center for Human Settlements, chief adviser for Indonesia's National Urban Development Strategy Project, 1982-85; Urban Institute, Washington, DC, principal research associate, 1986-87, director of Center for Public Finance and Housing, 1987-. Publications: (with J.P. Telgarsky, I. Jackson, and M. Nanita-Kennett) Urbanization in the Caribbean: Prospects and Management Priorities, 1990; (with Telgarsky and G.E. Peterson) Urban Economies and National Development, 1991; (ed. with M.A. Turner) Housing Markets and Residential Mobility, 1993. Contributor to books. Contributor to planning journals. Address: 2100 M St. N.W., Washington, DC 20037, U.S.A.