This report from the Urban Institute’s What Works Collaborative identifies research gaps, outlining a menu of studies that could serve the basis for a new research agenda on neighborhood policy. The Collaborative is a foundation-supported partnership that conducts timely research and analysis to help inform the implementation of a forward-looking housing and urban policy agenda. Read the report and other reports in this series.
Community & Economic Development
Helping to increase social and economic opportunities for low-income Chicagoans, MacArthur supports the New Communities Program, a comprehensive community revitalization effort in 16 Chicago neighborhoods, as well as communication of its lessons learned to other cities and the field.