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2017 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality


Registration

Registration closes June 15, 2017.
For-Profit: $245
Nonprofit: $195

What

2017 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality

When

Thursday–Friday, June 22–23, 2017

Where

Hilton Cleveland Downtown
100 Lakeside Avenue E
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
216.413.5000

You must make your hotel reservation via this link to receive the PS17 group rate.
Room rate: $179 single/double
Group rate extended!
Reserve by: Friday, May 19, 2017


As the nation continues its recovery from the Great Recession, it is important to understand how economic growth can more equitably benefit low- and moderate-income individuals and communities. The 2017 Policy Summit on Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality, scheduled for June 22 and 23 in Cleveland, will highlight the latest research and field initiatives on topics related to equitable development.

Session topics will include the following:

  • Economic development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Access to capital and credit for small businesses
  • Workforce development
  • Education reform
  • Other topics related to economic policy and development in low- and moderate-income communities

The Policy Summit is a biennial forum that attracts an audience of several hundred academics, bankers, elected officials, funders, policymakers, and practitioners from across the eastern and midwestern United States. Led by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, in partnership with the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Minneapolis, the Policy Summit is a forum for outside-the-Beltway policy discussions.

This year, the Policy Summit will convene at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown Hotel.

Register today to reserve your spot at this important policy forum. A full agenda will be posted soon.

For additional information, contact Bonnie Blankenship via email at bonnie.s.blankenship@clev.frb.org or phone at 513.455.4281.


Sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland in partnership with the Federal Reserve Banks of Philadelphia and Minneapolis.

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland