Category: Economic Development
An argument for reimagining skill in a way that can extend economic opportunity to workers at the bottom of the labor market.
2020 created deep uncertainty for all organizations, including credit unions.
How to measure and expand credit unions’ social impact to help develop a strategic advantage in the communities they serve.
The Carolina Tracker website features timely stories, datasets and visualizations based on 30 different economic, social and transportation indicators for all 100 counties in North Carolina.
Nguyen Named Research Fellow at Filene Research Institute Center of Excellence for Community Social Impact
Nguyen will lead a five-year project to expand knowledge on the practice and impact of credit union’s social and community development efforts through original and applied research.
Fellows hold skill-building placements with local cultural institutions, on or off campus, which serve or collaborate with publics beyond UNC.
Factories in cities and communities around the world are retooling production lines in response to the novel coronavirus.
Owning your first home is a rite of passage, but millennials are not achieving that milestone at the same rate as previous generations.
How can major urban employment centers within cities recover and also become more just and egalitarian places?
Factories are adapting to coronavirus by retooling production lines and repurposing knowledge and technology.