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Investing in what works for America's communities: essays on people, place & purpose

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Investing in What Works for America’s Communities is a call-to-action for a new, more integrated approach to anti-poverty efforts that builds on what we know is working. Through dozens of examples of innovative ideas that are transforming neighborhoods, this book uncovers the new sectors, new financing tools, and new technologies that can be harnessed to bring opportunity to America’s struggling communities.

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  • anonymous, 2012. "Investing in what works for America's communities: essays on people, place & purpose," Monograph, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, number 2012iiwwfseop.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedfmo:2012iiwwfseop
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