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Community Development

Upcoming Events

June 9–10
2011 Cleveland Fed Policy Summit: Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality
Cleveland, OH

Who should attend?

  • elected officials
  • researchers
  • practitioners
  • bankers
  • funders
  • policymakers

Each year elected officials, researchers, bankers, practitioners, and funders convene to tackle the hottest economic and community development issues facing the Midwest.Some of this year's topics include:

  • The Growth of Inequalities in the U.S.
  • Subsidies for Low-Income Housing
  • The Impact of Foreclosures on Households
  • Labor Mobility and Housing
  • Schools, Neighborhoods, and Inequality
  • Low-Income Homeownership

 

June 16
Hispanic Economic Experience
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas*
Dallas, TX

Who should attend?

  • academics
  • economists

The Hispanic population is growing more quickly and dramatically than many demographers had estimated. This expansion, together with the recent recession, is driving economic change in the United States. This conference explores migration, labor, and social trends in an effort to illustrate and widen understanding of this dynamic population. The conference format calls for participants to look behind the numbers to help construct the narrative of the Hispanic economic experience.

*Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in partnership with the American Society of Hispanic Economists and the Immigrant Research and Policy Center at the University of North Texas

 

June 17–18
HOPE NOW Consumer Workout Event*
College Park

Who should attend?

  • homeowners

Homeowners can meet one-on-one with their mortgage lenders or HUD-approved housing counselors to get help avoiding foreclosure.

*Sponsored by U.S. Department of the Treasury and the HOPE NOW Alliance