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June, 2016
It is well known that stress and poverty come together. Do on-again/off-again relationships contribute to this stress? In a paper by Sarah Halpern-Meekin and CPI New Scholar Kristin Turney, it is shown that parents who... More
May, 2016
A new paper dispels the myth that economic elites frequently move from high-tax to low-tax states. CPI affiliate Cristobal Young, CPI associate director Charles Varner, and their coauthors use 13 years of tax-return... More
May, 2016
Join us on Friday May 27 for a lecture by CPI research group leader Raj Chetty on his current research on inequality, education, and health! A discussion with CPI director David Grusky and a student question-and-answer... More
May, 2016
The Russell Sage Foundation and the William T. Grant Foundation are seeking projects that investigate educational opportunity and success in the U.S. by using data on academic achievement from the Stanford Education... More
May, 2016
Watch the final batch of videos from our conference on the future of poverty measurement. Delivering Annual Poverty Measures for the 50 States - Trudi Renwick Should Poverty Measurement Be Centralized? - Laura Wheaton... More
May, 2016
CPI research group leader Daniel Lichter considers how residential segregation in the U.S. stacks up against that of peer countries in the final installment of our “State of the Union” video series. Watch the video Read... More
May, 2016
Missed our conference on the future of poverty measurement? Check out the videos on poverty measurement initiatives in California, New York City, Wisconsin, and Oregon. The California Poverty Measure - Beth Mattingly... More
May, 2016
Jason Beckfield considers how health inequality in the U.S. stacks up against that of peer countries in the eighth installment of our “State of the Union” video series. Watch the video Read the article Subscribe  
May, 2016
What happens when high-achieving students are awarded prizes? When two high schools assigned “platinum” and “gold” ID cards to students with high test scores, average performance increased, but the program also created... More
May, 2016
It’s all about a feedback gap! Read more about the gap in new research by Shelley Correll, CPI research group leader, and Caroline Simard, research director at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Read their... More

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