In this podcast episode, Mustafa Hussein discusses his research on how differences in socioeconomic status can lead to differences in health and, specifically, how much a person's neighborhood contributes to their health outcomes.
In the latest issue UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank on IRP's 50th anniversary, and innovative antipoverty policy proposals from RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.
Ghertner and Waters will discuss a study linking county-level indicators of substance use and opioid misuse with child welfare indicators and the mechanisms by which parental substance use has led to the rise in child welfare caseloads.
This brief explores current research on the decline in male labor force participation, employment, and well-being of prime-age men. It goes on to identify research gaps that could inform policy aimed at promoting work and well-being among low-income men.
Applications are invited for a one-week scholar-in-residence program for U.S.-based scholars from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups.
Grad students from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply for this training at Howard University, May 20–26, 2018.