It is the goal of NeighborWorks America to make every place a community of opportunity. Unfortunately, some areas are being left behind more than others as our global and national economies continue to shift. Rural communities are among them.
The National Rural Housing Coalition released its 2017 impact report, Measuring the Economic and Human Impact of Nonprofit Organizations in Rural America, providing information and data to policy makers and the public on the impact nonprofit housing organizations have on their communities.
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, highlights the many social and economic factors which influence health, and provides resources to help communities take action.
The Economic Report of the President is an annual report written by the Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. An important vehicle for presenting the Administration’s domestic and international economic policies, it provides an overview of the nation's economic progress with text and extensive data appendices.
This Housing Virginia report explores the connection between housing and economic development on the local level.
The Roadmap research team identified the private-sector industries best positioned for growth in our region based on our competitive advantages, and interviewed over 30 of the region's top business leaders to better understand what it'll take to maximize the potential growth of these industries in Greater Washington over the next decade.
Montgomery County Council Staff examined the MPDU law and the regulations which implement the program as well as related housing, planning, and economic developmetn policies and programs.
This analysis by the National League of Cities is based on the survey and offers a place-based perspective on economic recovery from the unique vantage point of those who are held most accountable for prosperity and equity in cities: chief elected officials.
This ULI Washington and National Housing Conference report examines what can be learned from land economics, DC-area development costs, public land policies culled from various jurisdictions nationwide and three recent public land deals in the DC region, to help craft more effective public land policies and joint-development approaches.
A 2013 report from Smart Growth America that surveys 17 studies from around the Nation comparing municipal costs of smarth growth development against conventional suburban development.