Poverty & Inequality News

April, 2017
Applications are closing soon for HCEO’s summer schools in Moscow and Guangzhou. These summer programs provide a state-of-the-art overview on the study of inequality and human flourishing. Apply now  
April, 2017
The ASPE Office of Human Services Policy has an opening for a position on policy analysis, program analysis, and research addressing the intersection of human services and workforce programming. Interested candidates... More
March, 2017
The summer institute at the University of Michigan teaches state-of-the-art practice and theory in the design, implementation, and analysis of surveys. Applications are due by May 15, 2017.  Learn more  
March, 2017
Don’t miss these great opportunities: LIS Summer Workshop - March 26 Call for Proposals: Food Insecurity Research - March 29 Call for Papers: Kerner Commission Report - March 30 Call for Proposals: Reducing Child... More
March, 2017
The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), begun in 1968, is the world’s longest-running multigenerational household panel study. If you want to learn more about the country’s go-to panel study, consider attending the... More
March, 2017
In 1967, President Lyndon Johnson established a commission to investigate the causes of successive summers of racial violence. The Russell Sage Foundation is soliciting articles that revisit the Kerner Commission report... More
March, 2017
The LIS Summer Workshop introduces researchers to comparative research in income distribution, employment, and social policy, using the Luxembourg Income Study Database and the Luxembourg Wealth Study Database.... More
March, 2017
Do your research proposals sometimes fall short? The Summer Course for Research Design provides an intensive study of research design in the social, behavioral, and economic sciences. Applications are due by April 15,... More
February, 2017
The Institute for Research on Poverty seeks to fund research examining policies and programs that reduce child poverty and its effects. IRP anticipates funding four to eight projects, with awards ranging from $10,000 to... More
February, 2017
What is the New York City Longitudinal Survey of Well-Being? Answer: It’s one of the country’s most innovative panel studies of poverty, hardship, and well-being. The Columbia Population Research Center and the Center... More

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