Making Welfare Recipients Work Is a Question of Values
Should work requirements be tied to safety-net programs for low-income Americans? AEI's Michael Strain makes the case in Bloomberg that the issue is more about philosophy than policy.
Going Local in a Troubled Time
An essay by Yuval Levin, editor of National Affairs, emphasizes the importance of developing local solutions to national problems.
Prison Entrepreneurship Program Study
Ex-felons create $122.5 million annual economic impact and save taxpayers over $4 million annually.
BankWork$ and the Changing Nature of Work
Philanthropists Les and Sheri Biller created BankWork$ over a decade ago to train young adults from low income communities for lasting careers in the financial services industry.
The Philanthropy Roundtable's Economic Opportunity Program explores strategies that donors can support to ensure people achieve greater economic independence, security, and mobility through work; savings, credit, and asset building; and entrepreneurship.