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  • The country’s leading experts provide the latest evidence on how millennials are faring.
     
  • New this year! Enroll now to minor in poverty, inequality, and policy.
     
  • Every community in the United States is unique and faces its own set of challenges and triumphs.
     
  • Are there 20,000 Californians in deep poverty? 200,000? Or 2 million? Drawing on administrative and survey data, the California Poverty Measure is the best and most comprehensive measure of poverty in California.
     
  • The lab brings together Stanford students and faculty, Silicon Valley leaders, and experts in the government and nonprofit sectors to incubate technology-based solutions to poverty and inequality.
     

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  • Our sixth annual State of the Union issue of Pathways is now available! In this year’s issue, the country’s leading experts provide the latest evidence on how millennials are faring. Can they make it in the new gig economy? Are they facing... More
  • New this year! The CPI and the Department of Sociology are teaming up to offer a new minor in poverty, inequality, and policy. The interdisciplinary coursework provides state-of-the-art training in the causes of poverty and inequality and... More
  • Would you like to become more involved in the CPI’s research, take our new minor or certificate program, or otherwise participate in our many activities? To celebrate the start of the school year, we’re hosting a welcome reception. Please... More
  • The supplemental poverty rate remained largely unchanged at 13.9 percent, according to ... More
  • The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting papers for an upcoming journal issue on the intended and unintended consequences of the legal visa system and immigration law. Proposals are due by November 8, 2018.... More