University of Wisconsin–Madison

Place

“Place” refers to where people live, learn, and/or work, and/or the characteristics thereof. It is often used interchangeably with “geography” and “location” in the poverty studies arena. Common measures of place include urbanicity (urban, exurban, suburban, rural), neighborhood, census tract, and region.

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Fatherhood During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  • Tova Walsh, Darryl Davidson, Shawna Lee, and Derek Miller
  • Webinar
  • November 04 2021
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How have the Working Poor and Working Class Fared since the Great Recession?

  • Erica Groshen, Timothy Smeeding, Fenaba Addo, William Darity, Jr., Jasmine Simington, and Jeff Smith
  • Webinar
  • October 27 2021
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Addressing Racial Wealth Inequality

  • Fenaba Addo, Jacob Faber, and William Darity, Jr.
  • Webinar
  • July 28 2021
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Focus on Poverty & Classroom Supplement 37(1), June 2021
Assessing the Responsiveness of the U.S. Safety Net to the COVID-19 Economic Crisis

  • Edited by Emma Caspar, Judith Siers-Poisson, and James T. Spartz
  • Focus on Poverty & Classroom Supplement
  • June 2021
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Reforming housing assistance to better respond to recipient needs

  • Robert Collinson, Ingrid Gould Ellen, and Jens Ludwig
  • Focus on Poverty & Classroom Supplement
  • June 2021
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Impact of Government Programs Adopted During the New Deal on Residential Segregation Today

  • Jacob Faber, and edited by Anna Sucsy
  • Fast Focus Policy Brief
  • February 2021
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Crime-free housing ordinances and eviction

  • Kathryn Ramsey Mason
  • Focus on Poverty & Classroom Supplement
  • December 2020