Center News

October, 2011
In CPI's eighth podcast, Diantha talks with Duke sociologist S. Philip Morgan about how couples in red and blue states are reacting very differently to the recession.
October, 2011
As part of our "Educational Access" Research Group, led by Sean Reardon, we’re collaborating with Stanford’s Center for Education Policy Analysis to hold a conference on rising socioeconomic gaps in... More
October, 2011
The Center on Poverty and Inequality at Stanford University has won a $4 million National Poverty Research Center grant from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation of the U.S. Department of... More
October, 2011
The Fall 2011 issue of Pathways is dedicated to exploring the first major advance in poverty measurement in a half century. Does the new poverty measure tell a new story about poverty?
August, 2011
In our latest working paper, Collaboration for Poverty Research Associate Director Christopher Wimer, with Lucas Manfield and Amanda Nothaft, asks how well food assistance programs are working in the Bay Area.
August, 2011
Which groups won and which lost in the recession? Find out in CPR's new book, The Great Recession (published by the Russell Sage Foundation).
August, 2011
Which states and cities are winning the war on poverty? And which are making things worse? Read the latest issue of Pathways magazine to find out!
July, 2011
CPI has received a grant from the Institute for Research on Poverty for a qualitative study of how San Franciscans decide to use food assistance programs.
July, 2011
In our sixth podcast, Diantha talks with Stanford political scientist Rob Reich about America's large decline in charitable giving. Find out whose giving has declined the most, which organizations have escaped this... More
June, 2011
In our fifth podcast, Diantha talks to Stanford economist Luigi Pistaferri about what's happened to Americans' spending habits in the Great Recession and its aftermath – and what this means for the future.

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