Economic Inequality & Equitable Growth

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ECONOMIC RESEARCH
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
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RECENT HIGHLIGHTS
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Reemploying the Unemployed
Apr 2, 2020 | Atlanta Fed
Increasing the Quality of Jobs
2019 | Boston Fed
Economic Growth and Mobility Project
2019 | Philadelphia Fed
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COVID-19 and Access to Mortgage Credit
June 25, 2020 | Urban Institute
Housing Policy Must Change in Wake of COVID-19
March 24, 2020 | Shelterforce
Americans Face Financial Insecurity as Pandemic Hits
March 20, 2020 | Aspen Institute
6 Facts about Economic Inequality in the U.S.
Feb 7, 2020 | Pew Research Center
Income Inequality in California
Jan 2020 | Public Policy Institute of California
Opportunity Atlas
A collaboration between researchers at the Census Bureau, Harvard University, and Brown University
America’s Rental Housing 2020
2020 | Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University
Technology and Equity in Cities
Nov 21, 2019 | The Urban Institute
Maximizing the Public Value of New York City-Financed Affordable Housing
Oct 10, 2019 | Association for Neighborhood Housing Development (ANHD)
Gentrification and the Health of Low-Income Children in New York City
Sep 2019 | Health Affairs Vol. 38, No. 9: Neighborhoods & Health, Medicaid & More
Lower-income Communities Face Nearly $30 Billion in Student Loan Debt
Mar 21, 2018 | The Education Trust-New York
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About Economic Inequality & Equitable Growth

Through this initiative, the New York Fed conducts research to better understand what contributes to economic inequality in its many forms. With a better understanding of the problem, we look to convene key stakeholders to discuss best practices and new strategies to support equitable growth in the region and the nation.

Chairman Powell's Recent Remarks on Inequality

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Except where expressly indicated, none of these materials necessarily represent the views of the New York Fed or any other part of the Federal Reserve System.