Tags: Wealth Creation
Client Name: Ford Foundation
Resource Type: Report
Author Org: Yellow Wood Associates
Year: 2010What do we mean by "community wealth" and how would we know it if we saw it? In "Measuring Community Wealth," real world data from Appalachian Kentucky is used to illustrate how examples of six forms of wealth (individual, intellectual, natural, built, social, and financial) can be measured. From power plants to patents, local food to locally owned broadband, each section highlights opportunities to increase the stock of wealth in Kentucky counties.