From Harvard and UC-Berkley economists, comes a fascinating study about income inequality and mobility. This particular study looks at the factor of geography and maps out which cities have high and low mobility. One factor they could tie to more mobility was those cities with more “community-mindedness.”
“Income mobility was also higher in areas with more two-parent households, better elementary schools and high schools, and more civic engagement, including membership in religious and community groups.”
Read the whole thing here.