View our academic research, reports, and blog posts that tackle issues of economic and racial inclusion—all in one place.
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Employment Education and Training
- Does Job Quality Affect Occupational Mobility?
- Minimum Wage Increases and Vacancies
- When Benefits Cliffs Turn Raises into Penalties, Local and National Efforts Help Workers and Employers Navigate Options
- On the Distributional Effects of International Tariffs
- Missed Connections in Cleveland: The Disconnect Between Job Access and Employment
Housing and Neighborhoods
- Research [in] Brief: Manufacturing Jobs Still Pay Well for Some
- Research [in] Brief: Why Do Black and White Households Still Live in Such Different Neighborhoods?
- The Racial Wealth Gap and Access to Opportunity Neighborhoods
- Feedback Appreciated: What Community Members Told Us about Modernizing the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA)
- CRA, Racism & the Federal Reserve: A Midwest Perspective
- Clicking for Credit: Experiences of Online Lender Applicants from the Small Business Credit Survey
- Small Business Credit Survey 2022 Report on Hiring and Worker Retention
- Small Business Credit Survey 2022 Report on Firms Owned by People of Color
- Small Business Credit Survey 2022 Report on Employer Firms
- Smallest Firms Reveal Barriers to Economic Inclusion: Lessons from Pandemic Support Programs
Other Related Work
- Increasing Broadband Access and Affordability: How the Affordable Connectivity Program Can Bridge the Digital Divide
- Worker Voices Project: Perspectives from Ohio
- Has Bank Consolidation Changed People’s Access to a Full-Service Bank Branch?
- Feeding Families during a Pandemic: Trends from a Northeast Ohio Food Bank
- Community Issues and Insights 2022