Vision: To be the nation’s central resource for research and information about creating and sustaining mixed-income communities.

Mission: To help reduce urban poverty and promote successful mixed-income communities by facilitating high-quality research and making information and evidence easily available to policymakers and practitioners.

To advance this mission, NIMC conducts research and evaluation, provides technical assistance and strategic consultation, compiles and disseminates data and literature on mixed-income developments and maintains networks among policymakers, practitioners and researchers.

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Mark Joseph and Amy Khare at the Harvard Graduate School of Design: Succeeding Where Mixed-Income Transformation Falls Short: A Path to Equity and Inclusion in Our Cities

Mark Joseph and Amy Khare, “Succeeding Where Mixed-Income Transformation Falls Short: A Path to Equity and Inclusion in Our Cities”

Robert J. Chaskin and Mark L. Joseph

Integrating the Inner City: The Promise and Perils of Mixed-Income Public Housing Transformation examines Chicago's Plan for Transformation, a public-private venture to transform high-poverty public housing complexes into mixed-income developments, the largest-scale such effort in the United States.
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