Poverty & Inequality News

September, 2017
The official poverty rate for the U.S. fell to 12.7 percent in 2016, statistically no different than the poverty rate before the onset of the Great Recession in 2007, according to data released last week by the U.S.... More
September, 2017
Would you like to work with the superstars of education policy? The Stanford Center for Education Policy Analysis is hiring for two positions at the Stanford Education Data Archive, directed by CPI research group leader... More
September, 2017
The Stanford Prison Education Project is looking for volunteers to teach at San Francisco County Jail #5 this fall. The program is open to Stanford graduate students and 2L and 3L law students. Applications are due by... More
August, 2017
How can rural poverty in the United States be reduced … permanently? Submit your proposal to participate in a multidisciplinary social science conference exploring rural poverty in the United States. Proposals are due... More
August, 2017
The Center for Computational Social Science is soliciting applications for its 2017 fellows program. The program supports Stanford graduate students working on computationally intensive social science research.... More
July, 2017
The University of Michigan and the Census Bureau are again offering a user workshop on the Survey of Income and Program Participation. This will be the first workshop on using the re-designed 2014 SIPP Panel.... More
June, 2017
The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting applications for its Visiting Scholars Program, which provides an opportunity for scholars in the social, economic and behavioral sciences to pursue their research and writing... More
May, 2017
Come join the Pedulla-Pager team! Professors David Pedulla and Devah Pager will be hiring a pre-doc or post-doc to assist with the design, implementation, and analysis of data from a large-scale field experiment and... More
May, 2017
A poverty risk calculator estimates the chance that an individual will experience poverty in the future. And the Center on Poverty and Social Policy at Columbia University launches a new website packed with valuable... More
April, 2017
Here’s a call for papers that’s sure to appeal to CPI affiliates: The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting papers that explore the role that administrative data can play in understanding social, political, and economic... More

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