Research

Meyer and Sullivan have devised a new approach that provides near-real-time poverty estimates using data from the U.S. Census Bureau. These estimates could potentially be the basis for government policies and programs.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy shows that income shocks–that is, sudden but temporary reductions in income–affect black and Hispanic households more strongly than their white counterparts.
A paper by Assistant Professor Alexander Fouirnaies of the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, along with Professor Andrew B. Hall of Stanford University, concludes that divisive and prolonged primaries do in fact have a negative effect.
C2C combines intensive wraparound and mentoring services that focus on addressing each young person’s specific needs, with trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy that helps youth process their trauma and develop a new set of decision-making tools.
The Center for Municipal Finance at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy has today released a review of property assessment within the city of Detroit between 2016-2018. The study, conducted by Christopher Berry, the William J. and A
Many but not all roads lead to education – and infrastructure matters to providing opportunities.