The IRP RIDGE Center for National Food and Nutrition Assistance Research funded four outstanding proposals.
Read the abstracts here.
On our new ANNALS Family Complexity page, see the table of contents, find rolling access to
volume articles, and get a 20 percent off discount code to purchase the volume.
IRP awarded small grants to five emerging scholars who are examining the intergenerational
transmission of poverty and promising programs to reduce it.
Maria Rendón of UC-Irvine discusses findings from her qualitative study of second-generation
Latino young men in urban neighborhoods and their attitudes about getting ahead in the United States.
Lawrence Katz delivered IRP's 2014 Robert Lampman Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, April 23,
2014, video of the lecture is now available.
The latest issue of IRP's research brief examines the challenges of unstable employment among low-wage workers and explores public policy options that might help.
IRP, ASPE, and OPRE announce the four 2014-2015 postdoctoral fellows who will serve in the National Poverty Fellows Program, a new federal government-university partnership.
The latest issue of Focus features articles by IRP's Emerging Scholar small grant recipients, who explore family complexity, poverty, and public policy; and an essay reflecting on poverty policy since the launch of the War on Poverty.
Recent research on how the American family has changed over the past half century is summarized in this inaugural issue of Focus on Policy, IRP's new brief series designed for policymakers.
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