- Regional Concentrated Poverty
- Webinar Probes Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking
- ECONversations Talks Small Cities
- Inclusive Economic Growth
- Reinventing Our Communities Conference
- Gentrification and Neighborhood Change
- Webinar on Small Business Credit Survey
Concentrated Poverty in the Southeast: A Tale of Two Regions
08/24/2016 - How have patterns of concentrated poverty changed in the Southeast since the Great Recession? This article previews a student paper that explores the topic.
Webinar Probes Fed 2015 Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking
08/04/2016 - 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 this article.
Join the ECONversation on Small City Economic Dynamism
08/03/2016 - 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 this article.
The Quest for Durable and Inclusive Economic Growth
07/22/2016 - Data show a persistent widening of income inequality in this country. How can communities establish economic growth that is both strong and inclusive? This article looks at a South Florida effort to improve prosperity for all and create a more resilient local economy.
Plan to Attend Reinventing Our Communities Conference
07/12/2016 - The biennial event will feature workshops on affordable housing, small business financing, equitable development, and more. Find registration information for the Philadelphia conference in this article.
Research Symposium on Gentrification and Neighborhood Change
07/05/2016 - The Philadelphia Fed event looked at the causes and consequences of gentrification and approaches to moving toward equitable development. This article summarizes the symposium's research and discussions.
Webinar Probes Fed 2015 Small Business Credit Survey
07/01/2016 - Join small business experts as they discuss the results of the survey on July 7. Register for the webinar in this article.