On cash support in the Bay Area.
Jack Landry was quoted in Vox in a piece focusing on how Congress may come to a compromise regarding the...
Jack Landry spoke with Vox following JFI's new report on state-led CTC expansions.
"Brazil’s Oil-Rich Cities Are Revolutionizing Its Public Wealth Management."
"America's Student Loans Were Never Going to Be Repaid."
Eduard Nilaj spoke to the Guardian after the Supreme Court's ruling against debt cancellation.
In light of a Supreme Court decision and the end of the repayment moratorium, coverage in Boston Globe, Forbes, Al-Jazeera,...
Los Angeles City Council has taken the next step towards a public bank.
NextCity covered the report's implications; the Los Angeles City Council has voted on next steps for implementation.
On the resumption of federal student loan payments in October.
On the upcoming end of a pandemic-era policy that has greatly benefitted student borrowers: the student loan repayment pause.
JFI VP Halah Ahmad and research associate Jack Landry worked closely with Colorado lawmakers on a large expansion of the...
The Polycrisis returns to the New York Times.
On the first working paper in a series covering public banking in Los Angeles.
"Incisively documenting the emerging shape of this 'new nonalignment.'”
Upcoming research by JFI's Jack Landry and Sidhya Balakrishnan, and Northwestern economist Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach
Balakrishnan spoke to Gothamist about New York City's increasing number of cash-assistance programs.
Next City op ed by Halah Ahmad, Steve Nuñez, and Hope Wollensack
Marketwatch, Fortune, and Bloomberg covered our recent releases on the student debt crisis.
The Polycrisis is Phenomenal World's new climate newsletter written by Kate Mackenzie and Tim Sahay.
A roundup of recent coverage.
The article, "Guaranteed Income Programs Spread, City by City," features JFI's political economy research
JFI's higher ed research cited by David Brooks
Beamer spoke about student debt cancellation