What We’re Reading
September 9, 2020
Brookings: The implications of the rise of remote work on the American Heartland could be significant. Read more.
Harvard University Center for International Development: A lack of social mobility, not inequality or cultural reasons, best explains rising populism around the world. Read more.
Propmodo: The history of the property industry’s interrelationship with American inequality. Read more.
Opportunity Insights: Raj Chetty, one of the nation’s foremost economists, concludes COVID-19 stabilization policies have been relatively successful. Read more.