Over 10,000 ex-prisoners are released from state and federal prisons every week into communities around the country. In this Institute for Research on Poverty webinar, Michael Massoglia and John Roman discussed... More
A new report from the Pew Research Center finds that middle-income Americans are no longer a majority. For the first time in four decades, the American middle class is now matched in number by those in the economic... More
Amid growing political polarization and legislative gridlock, a new proposal to combat poverty focuses on three core values: opportunity, responsibility, and security.
In this policy brief from the Institute for Research on Poverty, Barbara Wolfe shares recent research evidence on the connections between low income and poor health in the United States and discusses cost-effective and... More
The UC Davis Center for Poverty Research has released a new series of short videos featuring research affiliates from across academic disciplines discussing some of the causes and consequences of U.S. poverty as well as... More
The National Assessment of Educational Progress doesn't automatically adjust for student demographic characteristics, which vary dramatically by state. How is a state's role in student achivement best evaluated?
Eight undergraduates visiting the UC Davis Center for Poverty Research from historically black colleges and universities recently completed their summer research experiences studying schools, stress and child... More
In the first in a series of webinars, Jonathan Schwabish of the Urban Institute and Donald Moynihan of the La Follette School of Public Policy and IRP explore whether social media can increase government access for low-... More
The postdoctoral training program provides opportunities for emerging poverty scholars to work in policy-related positions for the federal government and receive research mentoring and training from IRP faculty... More
Family violence rates have plateaued after decades of decline. New income support interventions can reduce family violence further, especially among high-risk, poor families.