Center News

June, 2015
A comprehensive report card on Hispanics in the U.S.  The key question: Is aggressive deportation slowing down immigrant assimilation?
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.
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.
May, 2015
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April, 2015
The CPI co-organized "A Blueprint for Ending Poverty … Permanently" with the Mazatlán Forum in March. National Poverty Center Directors David Grusky, Lonnie Berger, and Ann Stevens met with some of the top scholars of... More
April, 2015
Is social mobility declining throughout the Americas? Or is it stable or even increasing? On April 24 and 25, mobility scholars and policy makers weigh in at a conference at Stanford co-hosted by the Espinosa Yglesias... More
April, 2015
Congratulations to the winners of the CPI's 2014-15 New Scholar Grant Competition: Matthew Hall (Cornell), Joscha Legewie (NYU), Andrew Penner (UC-Irvine), and Daniel Schneider (UC-Berkeley).
January, 2015
Lyndon Johnson is rumored to have said that Martin Luther King Jr. had just one issue. As Sylvie Laurent argues in this new CPI working paper, that one issue wasn’t race, it was poverty.
January, 2015
How can a country that’s so committed to social mobility know so little about trends in social mobility? The good news: We can solve this problem. Find out how in a new book edited by CPI Director David B. Grusky and... More

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