Place matters. Where we live shapes our daily quality of life and prospects for upward mobility. The federal government has a critical role to play in stimulating and supporting economic growth, and in doing so in ways that help all residents succeed. From Opportunity Zones to New Markets Tax Credits to the Community Development Block Grant, the federal government has an array of policies and programs with the potential for change.
Join the Urban Institute as we explore the future of place-based policymaking through a dynamic convening of experts including the chairman of the House Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth.