The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will host a seminar titled “Race, Poverty, and the Irregular Economy” with Elijah
Anderson on Friday, April 12, in Philadelphia.
Anderson will discuss his latest research on economic security and its impact on the complex local economies of marginalized communities. The seminar will be followed by a Q&A session that will highlight the intersection of race and community development, as well as opportunities to apply an equity lens to practice and economic research.
Anderson is Sterling Professor of Sociology and of African American studies.
Thursday, April 11, 2019