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Bina Patel Shrimali sits down with Jackelyn Hwang, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Stanford University, to learn more about her research examining the relationship between how neighborhoods change and the persistence of neighborhood inequality by race and class in U.S. cities.
The ever-growing concern about gentrification and displacement has resulted in a wide range of policy and programmatic solutions. Yet, little research has assessed the effectiveness of anti-displacement strategies, making it difficult to prioritize solutions. This study explores how renter protections affect mobility trends by focusing on the four Silicon Valley cities that currently have just cause for evictions and rent control ordinances: East Palo Alto, Mountain View, San Jose, and Los Gatos.
Explore student loan borrowing and repayment data from the San Francisco Bay Area in this series of interactive maps of the nine-county region.
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco is committed to facilitating the availability of financial services and capital, consistent with safe and sound practices, by banks through training, roundtable convenings, and collaboration with community investment partners.
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Our team has broad expertise, including community development finance, small business development, data analysis, neighborhood revitalization, and Community Reinvestment Act application.
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