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Workforce Development and Human Capital - Speeches

Education, Innovation and Economic Growth

Hear what Richmond Fed president Jeffrey Lacker had to say about innovation and human capital at the 2015 Emerging Issues Forum in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Is Home Maintenance Contagious? Evidence from Boston

In disadvantaged neighborhoods, the condition of the housing stock can vary from block to block. On one block, homes appear well kept and in good condition, while on another, many homes show signs of physical distress. Since the blocks within the same neighborhood are often similar in terms of home values, what accounts for this pattern? And is there any contagion effect of home maintenance? Researchers at the Boston Fed examine this issue in several Boston neighborhoods in this report.

Kansas City Fed's Forum on Community Development

The  Community Development Forum highlights the Bank’s initiatives, resources and programs for community and economic development. Topics include workforce needs, developing public-private partnerships, community development research, neighborhood stabilization and entrepreneurial communities.

2013 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality

The Cleveland and Philadelphia Federal Reserve Banks offer video and presentations from their 2013 Policy Summit. Expert panels cover topics such as the new housing finance system, consumer and household finance, small business financing and nontraditional tools for neighborhood stabilization. Eldar Shafir, co-author of the recent book, Scarcity: Why Having Too Little Means So Much, shares behavioral science and economic research.

Resilience and Rebuilding for Low-Income Communities: Research to Inform Policy and Practice

The 2013 Federal Reserve System Community Development Research Conference presented a unique forum for discussing key research, program, and policy strategies aimed at improving resiliency and rebuilding in low-income households and neighborhoods. The post-event materials include papers, presentations and videos; keynote remarks, speaker biographies and poster presentations,


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