JFI's guaranteed income analysis in the New York Times
The article, "Guaranteed Income Programs Spread, City by City," features JFI's political economy research
New Release: Political economy of guaranteed income
JFI experts on guaranteed income research and policy communications close out the 'getting to guaranteed income' white paper series, including with lessons from Saru Jayaraman of One Fair Wage
Understanding What’s Next in Cash Assistance: State-Level Expansions Through the Tax System
The “Cash Consortium” and the Urban Institute’s State and Local Finance Initiative invite you to join a virtual discussion on recent changes in state cash assistance to families.
Guaranteed Income as Economic Justice
Hosted in Washington, DC and featuring JFI's Halah Ahmad, this is a joint event by GHI Washington, the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor (Georgetown University) & the Blum Center on Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy (University of California, Santa Barbara). The event is endorsed by the American Historical Association (AHA).
Do Basic Income Experiments Influence Policy?
A virtual and in-person panel hosted at the 2022 Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN) Congress taking place in Brisbane, Australia between September 26 and 28, 2022 -- featuring JFI's Stephen Nuñez.
Press coverage on JFI's Higher Education Finance research
A roundup of recent coverage.
Research Brief: Migration and Housing Inflation, by Paul Williams
How rents impacted pandemic migrations, and migrations shape rent growth
Halah Ahmad speaks at the BIG conference on guaranteed income pilots and policy
Ahmad spoke alongside Madeline Neighly (Economic Security Project) and Kathrine Cagat (Mayors for a Guaranteed Income)
Press Release: The first technical seminar of the Forum of Brazilian Sovereign Wealth Funds
Researchers from the Jain Family Institute (JFI) and Brazil’s Federal Fluminense University (UFF) gathered with experts and government officials today for a sovereign wealth fund seminar in Niterói, Brazil
— Phenomenal World
Phenomenal World event: Diminishing Returns
Virtual event June 22, 2022 at 4pm ET
— Research Session
A virtual discussion on Half-Earth Socialism, June 17 at 3pm ET
A conversation with Drew Pendergrass and JFI Researcher Francis Tseng
Announcing JFI’s partnership with the Research in Color Foundation
The partnership will support RIC’s work to champion scholars of color in economics and related fields.
Phenomenal World event: IMF and the Legacy of Bretton Woods
Video now available from our panel discussion on the global monetary system
The Right Way to Cancel Student Debt
A collaboration between JFI and Debt Collective, the issue brief makes a data-driven case for universal, automatic, and generous debt cancellation
Research by Laura Beamer and Eduard Nilaj in the New York Times
JFI's higher ed research cited by David Brooks
Lead Researcher Laura Beamer on the Brian Lehrer Show
Beamer spoke about student debt cancellation
JFI's Macro Initiative
Cost Deception at Elite Private Colleges
Following Millennial Student Debt Part 7, "How Schools Lie: The Deceptive Financial Aid System at America's Colleges," Laura Beamer and Eduard Nilaj scrutinize deceptive practices at top-ranked schools
— Phenomenal World
Economic War and the Commodity Shock
Javier Blas, Nicholas Mulder, and Alex Yablon in conversation on April 8, 2022 at 11am Eastern Time
Presentation on A New Public Housing Model -- Addis Ababa’s Urban Transformation
Join us on Friday, March 25 at 10am ET
Claudia Sahm at the National Association of Business Economics
NABE's 38th annual economic policy conference
A New Public Housing Model -- Addis Ababa’s Urban Transformation
The first report from JFI's Social Wealth Portfolio
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