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Cover of Othering and Belonging Journal, Issue 2
The Othering and Belonging forum, which includes the new online and print publication Othering & Belonging: Expanding the Circle of...
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US Refugee Report lead image
The Haas Institute has released a new report on the US refugee resettlement program analyzing the challenges the program has...
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Cover of AT&T's Digital Divide
Californians need high-speed broadband—it is an essential conduit for opportunity, shaping access to education, employment, health services, and other spheres...
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The Ivory Tower Tax Haven
This paper argues that private colleges with substantial endowment wealth have increasingly become ivory tower tax havens. The author, Charlie...
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Cover of AT&T's Digital Divide
Californians need high-speed broadband—it is an essential conduit for opportunity, shaping access to education, employment, health services, and other spheres...
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Doubly Bond: The Cost of Credit Ratings Preview Image
This report, Doubly Bound: The Cost of Credit Ratings , argues that municipalities are assigned credit ratings that are harsher...
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A major policy brief from the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society offers a proven roadmap to end...
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LITHC Report 2017
This study comprehensively analyzes the administration of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in California by examining LIHTC...
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Pension Memo Page 1
Discussion of accounting rules seems like a place far away from concern about social justice. However, public sector employment plays...
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Funding Public Pension - Cover
The paper examines the logic behind accounting professionals advice that pensions be fully funded. The report argues that this logic...
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Memoradum Lead Image
This is an annotated breakdown of the January 27, 2017 presidential executive order and a list of suits brought against...
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Racial Equity Action Plan
While local governments may consider themselves fair and just, people of color fare worse than their white counterparts in every...
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