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November, 2015
The CPI seeks to support research that expands our knowledge of key trends in poverty and inequality. Awards will be made to "New Scholars" who will then join one of the CPI's ten research groups. Good news! The... More
October, 2015
On October 16th, David Grusky, Robert Hauser, David Johnson, and Timothy Smeeding participated in a Senate staff briefing on the topic "Sustaining the American Dream: Monitoring Social Mobility in the 21st Century." The... More
September, 2015
Because demand for The Poverty and Inequality Report 2015 has been so high, we’re releasing an updated second printing! Which U.S. states are the most segregated, have the most poverty, and are the most unequal? Find... More
July, 2015
Please join us in Chicago on Monday, August 24 at 6:30pm for a reception for CPI affiliates and supporters held in conjunction with the American Sociological Association annual meeting.
July, 2015
How much economic mobility is there in the U.S.?  A comprehensive report based on tax data and other administrative sources. Read the summary Read the full report  
June, 2015
Dr. Sanjay Basu has won the prestigious NIH Director’s New Innovator Award. The award supports Dr. Basu's research on the influence of key safety net programs on health and health care costs and also supports an... More
June, 2015
The latest portrait of poverty in California: Find out which groups and regions are bearing the brunt of living in the country’s highest-poverty state and how well the safety net is working to reduce poverty.
June, 2015
A comprehensive report card on Hispanics in the U.S.  The key question: Is aggressive deportation slowing down immigrant assimilation?
May, 2015
At a recent conference at the American Enterprise Institute, Robert Doar, Bruce Meyer, Betsey Stevenson, and other leading scholars discussed a proposal to build a new infrastructure for monitoring labor market outcomes... More
May, 2015
Read more about a new plan to reduce poverty in California...permanently.

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