San Jose: The Place Where the Poor Once Thrived
February 24, 2016
If there’s any place in the United States where it seems the American Dream is most attainable, it might be San Jose, according to this article. Citing research from Chris Benner […]
Equitable Development and Economic Growth
In Episode 2 of Infinite Earth Radio, a weekly podcast committed to encouraging urban equality and community building, PERE and CSII director Manuel Pastor talks about the multiple crises facing America as well as spatial, […]
Twitter shout outs for “Equity, Growth, and Community”!
We are thrilled for all the positive response and overwhelming support for “Equity, Growth, and Community.”
It was wonderful seeing all of you at the PolicyLink Equity Summit book launch event in October, and again, many […]
In the News: “What a Metro’s Diversity Means for Economic Success”
Check out a great post by Oscar Perry Abello for NextCity.org on Equity, Growth, and Community: What a Metro’s Diversity Means for Economic Success. The article widens the perspective on economic planning processes from cities […]
Infographics: “Inequality By The Numbers”
This infographic spread published in the Fall 2015 issue of UCLA BluePrint Magazine (by the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs), presents charts illustrating income inequality in California, in Los Angeles, and for the nation.
“More than economics: New book explores how equality helps economies grow”
Check out the article “More than economics: New book explores how equality helps economies grow” featured on the University of California Santa Cruz news site. Many readers may be familiar with the fact that co-author […]