Events and Webinars by EOP
The Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program hosts a variety of events and webinars to advance strategies, policies, and ideas to help low- and moderate-income people thrive in a changing economy.
In 2013, the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program launched Working in America, an ongoing discussion series that highlights an array of critical employment and job quality issues affecting low and moderate-income American workers. This series brings to the forefront relevant ideas and policies that can work to improve the economy and jobs. These conversations feature a diverse set of voices and perspectives, including those of high-profile worker advocates, philanthropists, labor leaders, academics, and business leaders. Click here to learn more about Working in America.
Working in America emerged from our previous series, Reinventing Low-Wage Work.
Reconnecting Work and Wealth is a joint set of work led by the Economic Opportunities Program and Financial Security Program at the Aspen Institute. Income and assets are both essential building blocks of household economic security and opportunity, and are intertwined in the economic lives of households. Together the programs are exploring how critical changes in recent decades are reshaping both labor and financial markets and leaving working families more vulnerable. Click here to learn more about Reconnecting Work and Wealth.