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Elizabeth Kneebone

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Fellow, Brookings Institution, Metropolitan Policy Program

About

Elizabeth Kneebone is a fellow at the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings and co-author of Confronting Suburban Poverty in America (Brookings Press, 2013). Her work primarily focuses on urban and suburban poverty, metropolitan demographics, and tax policies that support low-income workers and communities. In Confronting Suburban Poverty In America she and co-author Alan Berube address the changing geography of metropolitan poverty and offer pragmatic solutions for reforming and modernizing the nation’s policy and practice framework for alleviating poverty and increasing access to opportunity.

Selected Publications

Kneebone, Elizabeth and Alan Berube. 2013. Confronting Suburban Poverty in America. Washington: DC: Brookings Institution Press.
 
Kneebone, Elizabeth and Carey Nadeau. 2013. “The Resurgence of Concentrated Poverty in America: Metropolitan Trends in the 2000s.” In The New American 
Suburbs: Poverty, Race, and the Mortgage Crisis, edited by Katrin Anacker. Ashgate.
Carey Nadeau).
 
Kneebone, Elizabeth and Steven Raphael. 2011. “City and Suburban Crime Trends in Metropolitan America.” Brookings Institution.
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Fellow, Brookings Institution, Metropolitan Policy Program

About

Elizabeth Kneebone is a fellow at the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings and co-author of Confronting Suburban Poverty in America (Brookings Press, 2013). Her work primarily focuses on urban and suburban poverty, metropolitan demographics, and tax policies that support low-income workers and communities. In Confronting Suburban Poverty In America she and co-author Alan Berube address the changing geography of metropolitan poverty and offer pragmatic solutions for reforming and modernizing the nation’s policy and practice framework for alleviating poverty and increasing access to opportunity.

Selected Publications

Kneebone, Elizabeth and Alan Berube. 2013. Confronting Suburban Poverty in America. Washington: DC: Brookings Institution Press.
 
Kneebone, Elizabeth and Carey Nadeau. 2013. “The Resurgence of Concentrated Poverty in America: Metropolitan Trends in the 2000s.” In The New American 
Suburbs: Poverty, Race, and the Mortgage Crisis, edited by Katrin Anacker. Ashgate.
Carey Nadeau).
 
Kneebone, Elizabeth and Steven Raphael. 2011. “City and Suburban Crime Trends in Metropolitan America.” Brookings Institution.

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