Michelle Wilde Anderson

Michelle Wilde Anderson is a professor at Stanford Law School, focused on poverty and local government law. Her work combines legal analysis with field research to understand concentrated poverty, both urban and rural and municipal fiscal crisis. Her writing about the Rust Belt, the rural West, Detroit and Puerto Rico has appeared in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Yale Law Journal and other national publications. Follow her on Twitter: @MWildeAnderson.

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