Research and community development initiatives that support progress in low- and moderate-income communities
The latest issue of our magazine focusing on low- and moderate-income issues in New England
Issue brief explores potential impact of increasing the minimum wage
Eligibility criteria announced with info sessions, launch celebration scheduled this fall
Research and on-the-ground work focusing on efforts to improve prospects for New England’s smaller cities and their residents.
Initiatives to provide lower-income households with the tools and means to be financially stable and fair access to opportunities to prosper economically.
Efforts to ensure that lower-income individuals have equitable access to employment opportunities.
The Boston Fed tracks emerging issues in New England’s community development landscape through engagement with regional stakeholders, collection and analysis of local data, and exploration of relevant low- and moderate-income topics in our magazine.
by Mary Burke
December 2015: Perspectives on the affordability of housing, employment opportunities and the financial well-being of lower-income households
by Jennifer Haynes
by Amy Higgins