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The Hauser Center invited experts to address the question: “Are Arts Relevant in a 21st Century World?” Joining in the discussion were Carol Coletta (from left), president of ArtPlace, Dennis Scholl, vice president for the arts at the Knight Foundation, and Jim Bildner, a Hauser Center senior research fellow. “The idea of a national arts policy won’t originate from the Beltway,” Scholl said.

Art and cost

Future of funding at heart of Hauser Center’s study of six communities



While parts of the U.S. economy have recovered from the recession, American jobs haven’t returned with them. Unemployment remains above 9 percent nationally for the third straight year. Harvard experts offer insights into what such static joblessness means for the nation, and what policymakers and others can do to fix a balky system.

Jobs wanted

Harvard analysts suggest Rx for America’s unemployment doldrums