In September 2008, the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and the Harvard Kennedy School launched the Collaboration for Poverty Research (CPR). The initiatve, generously supported by The Elfenworks Foundation, brought together faculty and scholars from both universities to develop and evaluate national policy on poverty and inequality in America.
CPR Podcast Series
A series of podcasts features discussions of cutting-edge research on poverty, inequality, and social policy. Hosted by Diantha Parker, and edited by Christopher Wimer.
CPR Policy Lab Working Papers
- Fighting Hunger in San Francisco and Marin: An Analysis of Missing Meals and the Food Landscape over the Great Recession
- Estimating Poverty Thresholds in San Francisco: An SPM-Style Approach
- Tracking Recent Changes in Economic Distress in San Francisco
- Consistent and Inconsistent Contraception Among Women 20-29: Insights From Qualitative Interviews
- Measuring Economic Distress in San Francisco
- Developing Monthly Poverty Estimates Based on the Monthly Current Population Survey Labor Force Public Use Files: A Report on Methods and Results
Please visit our Collaboration for Poverty Research site for more information.