Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality – Cleveland, OH

The 2011 Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Policy Summit, Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality, will take place June 9–10, 2011. The agenda is posted here.

Keynote speakers are Janet Yellen, Vice Chairman, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, and Paul Tough, author of Whatever It Takes: Geoffrey Canada’s Quest to Change Harlem and America. Panels are:

  • The Growth of Inequalities in the U.S.
  • Subsidies for Low-Income Housing
  • The Impace of Foreclosures on Households
  • Assets and Educational Outcomes: New Research from the Field
  • Cities in Transition: What Are the Components of Stable Communities and What Policies Will Get Us There?
  • Securing Greater Financial Stability
  • Labor Mobility and Housing
  • Schools, Neighborhoods, and Inequality
  • Changes in Community Development: Innovative Approaches and Assessing What Works
  • Workforce Development and the Formerly Incarcerated
  • Investing in CDFIs: A Winning Return
  • Asset Building in Low- and Moderate-Income Communities
  • Housing Mobility Programs and Neighborhood Effects
  • Low-Income Home Ownership
  • Lending and Loan Performance in the Aftermath of a Crisis
  • Covering the Educational Continuum in LMI Communities: From Cradle to College
  • Greater University Circle Initiative Mobile Workshop