Hamilton Project Proposes Comprehensive Anti-poverty Initiatives
Brookings Institution

Millions of people live in poverty in this country. They suffer not only material deprivation, but also the hardships and diminished life prospects that come with being poor. In recognition of these challenges, the Brookings Institution has commissioned fourteen innovative, evidence-based antipoverty proposals through its Hamilton Project.

Launched in 2006 as an economic policy initiative at the Brookings Institution, The Hamilton Project is guided by an Advisory Council of academics, business leaders, and former public policy makers. The Project provides a platform for a broad range of leading economic thinkers to inject innovative and pragmatic policy options into the national debate. The Project offers proposals rooted in evidence and experience, not doctrine and ideology, and brings those ideas to bear on policy debates in relevant and effective ways.

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