The Virus and the City: Keeping Parasitic Capital Away from Our Homes
Corporate investment disproportionately affected Black families’ ability to buy a house, the single most important component of wealth in the US. Drexel’s Metro Finance head lays out what we must do to fix this
The Economic Gift That Keeps On Giving
In a speech last week, Drexel’s Metro Finance head laid out ways that cities across the globe can use the post-pandemic “New Disorder” to make innovative, sustainable and much-needed progress
The Virus and the City: A Better Way to Spend Covid Relief Funds
Drexel's Metro Finance Lab head on how four cities are allocating billions of federal dollars for inclusive growth. Philly, are you paying attention?
The Virus and the City: The Key To Inclusive Business Recovery
How cities and states use federal rescue funds to spark recovery can be the difference between success and failure, Drexel’s Metro Finance head says. Here, learnings Philly should heed.
The Virus and the City: A Tool for Equitable Recovery
Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab and Accelerator for America offer a roadmap to help cities grow minority- and women-owned businesses. Are you paying attention, Philly?
The Virus and the City: Deploying the American Rescue
Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab director on how cities should use the new Covid relief funds to bring efficient and equitable change to communities
The Virus and the City: How Innovation Districts Can Lead Inclusive Recovery
Drexel’s Metro Finance director lays out a proposal for equitable economic growth that capitalizes on tech hubs, like Philly’s thriving medical industry. Can the federal government make it happen?
The Virus and the City: What’s Next for Latin-Owned Businesses?
Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab director on lessons learned from three U.S. cities about how minority-owned firms can come back stronger from Covid-19