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MARKETWISE COMMUNITY highlights community development best practice models and emerging issues in the Fifth District.

2015
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Volume 5, Issue 1

Reserve Bank Collaboration in Rural Areas through the Collective Impact Model

Recognizing community and economic development challenges across the low- and moderate-income spectrum in rural communities, three Reserve Banks – Atlanta, Cleveland and Richmond – established the Tri-Bank Initiative, a partnership to work together on programs to benefit Central Appalachia. This issue of MarketWise Community explores the Tri-Bank Initiative’s work through the lens of a model of collective impact where partnering organizations coalesce around a shared agenda designed to address these regional community and economic development challenges.

2013
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Volume 4 Issue 1

Marketwise Community - Volume 4 Issue 1

The Changing Role of Libraries in Our Communities

2012
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Volume 3 Issue 2

Marketwise Community - Volume 3 Issue 2

Specialized Housing for People With Disabilities: Trends in Virginia

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Volume 3 Issue 1

Marketwise Community - Volume 3 Issue 1

Community Land Trusts: An Alternative Approach to Affordable Homeownership and Neighborhood Revitalization

2011
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Volume 2 Issue 2

Marketwise Community - Volume 2 Issue 2

The Relevancy of Housing Counseling After the Housing Market Crisis

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Volume 2 Issue 1

Marketwise Community - Volume 2 Issue 1

New Alternatives in Small Business Financing.

2010
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Volume 1 Issue 2

Marketwise Community - Volume 1 Issue 1

New Prepaid Cards Help Build Credit History

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Volume 1 Issue 1

Marketwise Community - Volume 1 Issue 1

Employer-Sponsored Alternatives to Payday Loans in Virginia

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