• In this year’s State of the Union issue, the country’s leading experts examine gender inequalities in the United States.
  • Monitoring rural, suburban, and urban poverty in the United States.
  • Rising inequality, intransigent poverty, and the path forward – a lecture series sponsored by the CPI.
  • Raj Chetty shows how "big data" can be used to understand and solve some of the most important social and economic problems of our time. Watch now!
  • 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.
  • The CPI has partnered with Third Sector Capital Partners to build an administrative-data framework for measuring and evaluating the success of social service programs designed to increase economic opportunity.

CPI News

  • Why is the gender wage gap still so large? Why is there so much sexual harassment, labor market discrimination, and other forms of gender inequality? If you missed our State of the Union conference, check out the videos to learn more about... More
  • How can we reawaken the dormant 19th-century spirit of liberal reform? In a talk at Stanford on May 17, Glen Weyl presents bold new ways to organize markets for the good of everyone. ... More
  • One in three households in the United States can’t meet its basic energy needs. CPI visiting scholar Diana Hernández outlines policy options to address this hidden hardship. Wednesday, May 23, Building 360, Conference Room, 12:30pm; RSVP... More
  • The Eviction Lab—headed by CPI research group leader Matthew Desmond—has published the first-ever dataset of evictions in America. The dataset contains 83 million eviction records and makes it possible to track evictions over time and... More
  • The CPI is growing and needs a new program coordinator. The job entails planning and organizing CPI programs and providing administrative and operational support to advance the CPI’s mission. Come work with us!... More