The Center for Community Capital is a non-partisan, multi-disciplinary research center housed within the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is a leading center for research and policy analysis on the power of financial capital to transform households and communities in the United States.

Our research is concentrated in three specific areas: affordable housing, economic mobility, and financial inclusion. Additionally, in partnership with Self-Help Credit Union, we have conducted a unique long-term study of nearly 50,000 LMI and minority homeowners. The Community Advantage Program Study (CAPS) has informed federal and industry policy around homeownership opportunity.

Click on the icons below to browse through our research in each of these three categories or scroll down to access all our recent publications. Would you like to work with us? Learn more about partnering with the CCC.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

 

FINANCIAL INCLUSION

 

  • Debt & Credit
  • Savings & Asset-Building
  • Consumer Protections
  • Housing Policy
  • Financial Capability
  • Financial Services Industry

ECONOMIC MOBILITY

 


Recent Publications