Blog posts for Rooflines (2012-present): http://www.rooflines.org/members/2672
Selected Papers and Publications
Strategies for Financing the Inclusive Economy (with Marjorie Kelly and Vie Duncan), Takoma Park, MD and New York, NY: The Democracy Collaborative and Citi Community Development), September 2016.
Conversations on Community Wealth Building, Interviews by Steve Dubb for The Democracy Collaborative, Washington, DC: The Democracy Collaborative, August 2016.
Richmond, Virginia: Social Enterprise Feasibility Analysis: Reducing Poverty and Building Community Wealth (with Alexandra Rudzinski, Carol Reese and Emily Sladek), report to the City of Richmond, Virginia, June 2016.
Building Resilient Communities: Summary Report (with Alexandra Rudzinski, David Zuckerman, Katie Parker and Emily Sladek), report to the Anchors for Resilient Communities partners, Oakland and Richmond, California, April 2016.
“Community Wealth Building Forms: What They Are and How To Use Them at the Local Level,” Journal of Management Perspectives, volume 30, number 2, 2016.
“Will Impact Investing Join the Challenge of Addressing America’s Racial Divide,” BALLE Blog, January 21, 2016.
Broad-Based Ownership Models as Tools for Job Creation and Community Development (with Marjorie Kelly and Vie Duncan), Takoma Park, MD and New York, NY: The Democracy Collaborative and Citi Community Development), January 14, 2016.
“Community Wealth: Creating a New Community Economic Base in Detroit,” The Journal of Law in Society, Volume 17, fall 2015, number 1, pp. 113-119.
“A Community Wealth-Building Vision for Detroit—and Beyond” (with Gar Alperovitz) In Reinventing Detroit: The Politics of Possibility, Michael Peter Smith and L. Owen Kilpatrick, editors, Piscataway, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2015.
The Health, Economic and Racial Equity Fund—Forging a Strategy to Build Community Wealth in the Washington, DC Region, excerpts from report prepared for the Consumer Health Foundation, Washington, DC, August 7, 2015.
Educate and Empower: Tools for Building Community Wealth (with Keane Bhatt), Takoma Park, MD: The Democracy Collaborative, August 2015.
Healthcare Small Business Gap Analysis (with Jessica Bonanno and Ted Howard), report to the New Orleans Business Alliance, March 2015.
Community Wealth Building in Jackson, Mississippi: Strategic Considerations (with David Zuckerman and Jessica Bonanno), report to Cooperation Jackson, March 2015.
Building Community Wealth: An Action Plan for Northwest Jacksonville (with David Zuckerman), report to the City of Jacksonville, Takoma Park, MD: The Democracy Collaborative, June 2014.
“Economic Democracy” (with Ted Howard and Sarah McKinley), In Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles & Practices, Debra Rowe, editor, San Francisco, CA: Gale, 2014, pp. 231-239.
The Anchor Dashboard: Aligning Institutional Practice to Meet Low-Income Community Needs (with Ted Howard and Sarah McKinley), Takoma Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, September 2013.
Achieving the Anchor Promise: Improving Outcomes for Low-Income Children, Families, and Communities (with Ted Howard and Sarah McKinley), Takoma Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, September 2013.
“The Possibility of a Pluralist Commonwealth and a Community-Sustaining Economy” (with Gar Alperovitz), The Good Society, Vol. 22, No. 1 (2013), pp. 1-25.
The New Alliance: Organizing for Economic Justice, Building a New Economy (with Gar Alperovitz), Takoma Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, March 2013.
“Six Economic Steps to a Better Life and Real Prosperity for All,” (with Gar Alperovitz), Alternet, January 23, 2013.
The Road Half Traveled: University Engagement at a Crossroads (with Rita Axelroth Hodges), East Lansing, MI: MSU Press, October 2012.
“Anchoring Wealth to Sustain Communities and Population Growth,” Solutions (with Gar Alperovitz and Thad Williamson), July 2012, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 50-57.
“Leveraging Anchor Institutions for Local Job Creation and Wealth Building” (with Ted Howard), Big Ideas for Jobs, Berkeley, CA: University of California, Berkeley, Institute for Research on Labor & Employment and Institute for Urban & Regional Development, 2012.
Climate Change, Community Stability and the Next 150 Million Americans (with Thad Williamson and Gar Alperovitz), College Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, September 2010.
Growing a Green Economy for All: From Green Jobs to Green Ownership (with Deborah B. Warren), College Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, July 2010.
Rebuilding America’s Communities: A Comprehensive Community Wealth Building Federal Policy Proposal (with Gar Alperovitz and Ted Howard), College Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, April 2010.
“Help Wanted: Green Businesses Seek Worker-Owners. Walk to Work. Good Benefits,” Yes (with Ted Howard and Gar Alperovitz), issue 50, summer 2009, pp. 44-45.
“Chapter 8: Anchor Institutions as Partners in Building Successful Communities and Local Economies,” (with Ira Harkavy, Rita Axelroth, Joann Weeks, and Eleanor Sharpe). In Retooling HUD for a Catalytic Federal Government: A Report to Secretary Shaun Donovan, Philadelphia, PA: Penn Institute for Urban Research, University of Pennsylvania, April 2009.
“The Next Wave: Building University Engagement For The 21st Century,” The Good Society, (with Gar Alperovitz and Ted Howard), vol. 17, no. 2 (2008), pp. 69-75.
“Hybrid Organizations: More Than Just a New Fuel—An Interview with Steve Dubb,” Nonprofit Quarterly, Winter 2008, pp. 2-5.
“New Approaches Are Needed to Curb Poverty,” The Chronicle of Philanthropy (with Gar Alperovitz and Ted Howard), volume 20, number 3, Nov. 2007.
Linking Colleges to Communities: Engaging the University for Community Development (with a preface and conclusion authored by Ted Howard), College Park, MD: Democracy Collaborative, 2007.
“7 Cool Companies: The Best Alternatives to Corporate Power,” Yes (with Gar Alperovitz and Ted Howard), issue 43, fall 2007, pp. 42-45.
“Asset Building Comes of Age” (coauthored with Gar Alperovitz and Ted Howard), Shelterforce, issue 149, spring 2007, pp. 24-25, 44-45.
Building Wealth: The New Asset-Based Approach to Solving Social and Economic Problems (principal author under the supervision of Gar Alperovitz, with contributions from Ted Howard, Jessica Gordon-Nembhard, Aziza Agia, and Katharine Nelson). Washington, DC. Aspen. 2005.