Collaboration for Poverty Research
The Center's Collaboration for Poverty Research supports four interrelated programs: national task forces to investigate pressing problems pertaining to American poverty and social inequality; social policy laboratories that promote science-based evaluations and policy innovations that expand economic opportunity and social mobility; a program of graduate and undergraduate internships that support the national task forces and the social policy laboratories while also training new policymakers; and a series of executive roundtables to foster exchanges between researchers, policymakers, and opinion leaders.
A new series of podcasts features discussions of cutting-edge research on poverty, inequality, and social policy. Hosted by Diantha Parker, and edited by Christopher Wimer.
- Read about and listen to our podcasts
CPR working papers present cutting-edge research "as it happens." CPR invites readers of our working papers to share any comments, criticisms, and feedback. Help us move poverty research forward!
- Read working papers
Please visit our Collaboration for Poverty Research site for more information.