Community Development Grantmaking Research Debuts

Community Development Grantmaking Research Debuts

What is the geographic distribution of grants that support community and economic development (CED) from large foundations? This Partners Update article summarizes Atlanta and Philadelphia Fed research on CED grantmaking to communities, which features a new data tool.
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ECONversations Explores Small City Economics

ECONversations Explores Small City Economics

More than 10 million residents of the South live in small cities and metropolitan areas with populations under 500,000. This August 24 webcast addressed the present and future of economic growth and development in these small cities.
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Following the Money in Community and Economic Development (CED)

Following the Money in Community and Economic Development (CED)

Foundation grants are an important source of funding in the CED field, but are small and economically distressed metro areas at a disadvantage? To find out, the Atlanta and Philadelphia Feds coauthored a paper and developed an interactive data tool to analyze grant funding across hundreds of U.S. cities.
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UPDATES & OTHER NEWS
Concentrated Poverty in the Southeast: A Tale of Two Regions
August 24, 2016
Concentrated Poverty in the Southeast: A Tale of Two Regions
How have patterns of concentrated poverty changed in the Southeast since the Great Recession? Partners Update previews a student paper on the topic.
Webinar Probes Fed 2015 Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking
August 3, 2016
Webinar Probes Fed 2015 Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking
Join experts from the Federal Reserve Board and New York University as they discuss the results of the survey on August 11. Register for the webinar in Partners Update.
Join the ECONversation on Small City Economic Dynamism
August 3, 2016
Join the ECONversation on Small City Economic Dynamism
The August 24 live webcast will discuss the Atlanta Fed's interactive data tool on small cities. Will Lambe, senior community and economic development adviser, will lead the discussion. Learn more in Partners Update.



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