Paul D. Gottlieb, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. He is also an extension specialist, with college-wide responsibilities related to smart growth, land use policy and economic development in rural communities. He received his Ph.D. in public affairs from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School, where he concentrated in urban and regional development. Prior to entering Princeton, he served for three years as a researcher for the New Jersey Office of State Planning (now the Office of Smartgrowth). He authored numerous technical reports for the agency and has published articles on growth management in various journals. Dr. Gottlieb joined Rutgers in 2002.
Paul GottliebAssociate Professor and Extension Specialist
Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Urban sprawl; SmartGrowth; growth management; "growth vs. environment"; regional planning; zoning and local land use policy; property tax reform; differences in economic welfare between suburbs and central cities; regional and city development; agriculture in New Jersey