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Spring 2013   

    HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE:

        Confronting Concentrated Poverty With a Mixed-Income Strategy
        Mixed-Income Community Dynamics: Five Insights From Ethnography
        Inclusionary Zoning and Mixed-Income Communities


The National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities

Case Western Reserve University is launching a new resource for research and information about mixed-income communities. The National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC) will promote more effective policy and practice for building successful mixed-income communities by conducting and supporting research and evaluation; providing technical assistance and consultation; convening a national research network, seminars, and other workshops; and centralizing information on mixed-income developments in an online data repository.

Find links to research findings and other information at nimc.case.edu. NIMC is directed by Mark Joseph, Ph.D., associate professor at the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, and supported with startup funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

 

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