Poverty & Inequality News

July, 2019
A new report, chaired by CPI affiliate Greg Duncan, shows how child poverty in the United States can be reduced by half within 10 years. Read the report  
July, 2019
The California Poverty Measure (CPM) statistics for 2017 are now available! Jointly produced by CPI and the Public Policy Institute of California, the CPM draws on administrative and survey data to deliver the state’s... More
September, 2018
The supplemental poverty rate remained largely unchanged at 13.9 percent, according to data released last week by the Census Bureau. Median household income reached $61,372 in 2017, statistically no different than the... More
September, 2018
The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences has hosted generations of scholars, thinkers, and researchers who come for a year as fellows. Apply now for the 2019–20 fellowship! Applications are due by... More
July, 2018
The Institute for Research on Poverty invites junior scholars from underrepresented racial and ethnic populations to apply for its inaugural Emerging Poverty Scholars Fellowship program. Applications are due by August 1... More
June, 2018
Don’t miss out on these funding opportunities!  William T. Grant Foundation: Reducing inequality in youth outcomes and improving the use of research evidence. Russell Sage Foundation: The future of work, social... More
March, 2018
The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting proposals for an upcoming issue on the relationship between criminal justice contact and inequalities in labor market experiences and outcomes. Submissions are due by May 22,... More
March, 2018
What will it take to meet the critical needs of the Bay Area’s most vulnerable? If you’d like to learn about truly innovative proposals from local, state, and national experts, you’ll just have to attend this summit on... More
March, 2018
Don’t miss these exciting summer programs! Summer Schools on Socioeconomic Inequality: The summer programs in Chicago and Bonn provide a state-of-the-art overview of the study of inequality and human flourishing. PSID... More
January, 2018
The Columbia Population Research Center is now accepting applications for a summer workshop designed to familiarize participants with the data in the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study. Applications are due by ... More

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