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Winter 2015 Metroscape

Winter 2015 Metroscape
Alchemy along the Willamette . . . What values and beliefs are shared in the metroscape? . . . How we voted in November . . . Fairview's future . . . The legacy of Carnegie libraries . . .

Where the Ends Don't Meet 2014

Where the Ends Don't Meet 2014
Many Oregon households aren't considered poor by the federal poverty level, but still do not earn enough income to meet their basic needs. A report sponsored by Worksystems, Inc.

Sorting out the skills gap

Sorting out the skills gap
Analyzing the evidence for a shortage of middle-skill workers in the manufacturing and healthcare industries in the Portland region.
Welcome to the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies. The Institute was created to better connect the university to issues of concern to communities in the six-county Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Area, and to bring new attention to key issues of metropolitan significance.

WATCH: Sheila Martin speaks at the City Club of Portland's Friday Forum on "The State of Our Schools - Leading for Racial Equity." (September 5, 2014)

 

 


The Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies is proud to be a member of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership, which is a collaboration between the Urban Institute and local partners to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems in community-building and policymaking.