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Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality



The Policy Summit is a now-biennial forum that attracts an audience of several hundred academics, bankers, elected officials, funders, policymakers, and practitioners from across the eastern United States.

Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Banks of Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Richmond, the Policy Summit is a forum for outside-the-Beltway policy discussions on issues that impact the regions represented by the Federal Reserve’s Third, Fourth, and Fifth Districts—all of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, North and South Carolina, Washington, D.C., and parts of New Jersey and Kentucky.

Policy Summit preview by Paul Kaboth


This year, the Policy Summit will convene in Pittsburgh, a city known as much for its vibrant resurgence as its industrial past. Now boasting strong economic growth and an increasing share of highly educated workers, Pittsburgh is an example of how diversified strengths—healthcare, education, and industry—helped it emerge from the recent financial and housing crises relatively unscathed. A breakfast session on Friday, June 19, will feature some of the successes of this Rust Belt city.

Check out the full agenda and register today to reserve your spot at this important policy forum.

For additional information, contact Matt Klesta or phone 216.579.3166 .

What:
2015 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality
When:
June 18-19, 2015
Where:
Omni William Penn Hotel
530 William Penn Plaza
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Day 1 “Opening Plenary” View at YouTube

Day 1 “Afternoon Plenary” View at YouTube

Day 2 “Breakfast Panel” View at YouTube

Day 2 “Closing Plenary” View at YouTube

Day 2 “Loretta J. Mester Keynote” View at YouTube

Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Richmond

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland