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Poverty Research and Policy

By Institute for Research on Poverty

A monthly podcast from the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison featuring interviews with researchers about poverty, inequality, and social policy in the United States.

  1. 1.
    Eric Chyn on the Impacts of Removing Children from Abusive or Neglectful Homes08/14/2020
    13:16
  2. 2.
    Troy M. Williams and Simon Guma on Community Engagement and Institutional Change07/16/2020
    26:35
  3. 3.
    Stephanie Canizales on the Experiences of Undocumented and Unaccompanied Youth Workers06/27/2020
    25:38
  4. 4.
    Mario Small on How Social Networks and Social Capital Matter for Human Services Programs05/19/2020
    30:09
  5. 5.
    Sarah Halpern-Meekin on "Social Poverty"04/15/2020
    33:07
  6. 6.
    Peter Blair on Occupational Licenses and What They Signal in the Job Market03/30/2020
    22:43
  7. 7.
    Jessica Calarco on Parents and the Power of Privilege in Schools02/24/2020
    19:17
  8. 8.
    Angela Guarin: Do Low-Income Noncustodial Fathers "Trade" Earlier Families for New Ones?02/12/2020
    15:39
  1. 9.
    Lars Højsgaard Andersen on the Consequences of Lowering Welfare Benefits for Migrants and Their Families01/06/2020
    29:58
  2. 10.
    Michael Strain: The American Dream Isn't Dead11/13/2019
    18:23
  3. 11.
    Leslie Hodges on Unemployment Insurance and Material Hardships10/15/2019
    15:29
  4. 12.
    Brian Thiede on the Rural Economy and Barriers to Work in Rural America09/30/2019
    19:59
  5. 13.
    Aaron Sojourner and Matt Wiswall on the Value of Investments in Quality Child Care08/05/2019
    19:12
  6. 14.
    Damon Jones on Whether a Modest Basic Income Might Lead People to Work Less07/18/2019
    22:59
  7. 15.
    Marci Ybarra on the Administrative Burdens of Research in Non-Profit Settings05/28/2019
    16:53
  8. 16.
    Walter Stern on Race and Education in New Orleans: Creating the Segregated City04/26/2019
    27:32
  9. 17.
    Maria Cancian and Dan Meyer on Final Results from the CSPED Impact Evaluation03/14/2019
    41:13
  10. 18.
    Jordan Conwell on Parental Income, Race, Gender, and Children's School Readiness02/01/2019
    18:32
  11. 19.
    Lenna Nepomnyaschy on the Role of Fathers in Reducing Inequalities in Child Outcomes01/15/2019
    14:22
  12. 20.
    Jacob Bastian on the Real Costs of the EITC11/27/2018
    10:59
  13. 21.
    Michael Light on Rates of Violence and the Consequences of Segregation11/02/2018
    21:29
  14. 22.
    Beth Vaade, Kerry Lawton, and Eric Grodsky on Research-Practice Partnerships in Education09/07/2018
    46:52
  15. 23.
    Heather Hill on Why Disruptions in Income Might Matter for Child Development08/01/2018
    24:43
  16. 24.
    Maria Cancian On Changing Families And Changing Child Support Policies07/05/2018
    21:44
  17. 25.
    Kathleen Moore on the Housing Choice Voucher Program and Rental Market Discrimination04/02/2018
    20:47
  18. 26.
    Brad Wilcox On The “Success Sequence” For Millennials03/05/2018
    20:19
  19. 27.
    Mustafa Hussein: Can Your Neighborhood Affect Your Health?01/08/2018
    16:52
  20. 28.
    Robert Doar on "A Safety Net That Works"12/01/2017
    15:27
  21. 29.
    Claudia Persico on How Exposure to Toxic Waste Sites Before Birth Affect Children’s Development11/01/2017
    17:25
  22. 30.
    Tashara Leak on Childhood Obesity in the United States10/10/2017
    12:32
  23. 31.
    Jason Houle on Student Loan Debt and the Reproduction of Racial Wealth Inequality09/01/2017
    19:14
  24. 32.
    Julie Poehlmann-Tynan on Attachment Behaviors In Children With Incarcerated Fathers08/01/2017
    19:25
  25. 33.
    Scott Winship on Extreme Poverty after Welfare Reform07/01/2017
    14:13
  26. 34.
    Abigail Sewell on Mortgage Markets And The Roots Of Racial Health Disparities06/01/2017
    15:29
  27. 35.
    Joe Soss on How Governments and Corporations Made the Criminal Justice System Profitable05/01/2017
    21:08
  28. 36.
    Harry Brighouse on the Costs of Raising a Child04/03/2017
    16:01
  29. 37.
    Anna Gassman-Pines: Does the timing of SNAP benefits affect kids' performance on tests?03/03/2017
    13:47
  30. 38.
    Julien Teitler on how resources matter for health and quality of life02/03/2017
    11:37
  31. 39.
    Nicole Deterding: Does it Matter Where You Get Your Two-Year Degree?01/04/2017
    11:53
  32. 40.
    Tim Maloney on Using Predictive Analytics to Assess Risk for Child Maltreatment12/05/2016
    14:24
  33. 41.
    Lorenzo Almada on Measuring the Effects of SNAP on Obesity11/07/2016
    10:40
  34. 42.
    Steven Durlauf on Understanding Poverty and Inequality in the 21st Century10/03/2016
    10:01
  35. 43.
    Tim Beatty: Do the Labels We Use for Public Benefit Programs Matter?09/05/2016
    12:11
  36. 44.
    Scott Allard on the Suburbanization of U.S. Poverty08/01/2016
    19:03
  37. 45.
    Chris Wildeman on Paternal Incarceration and What We Can Learn from a Danish Policy Shock07/07/2016
    11:01
  38. 46.
    Alexes Harris on the Costs of Monetary Legal Sanctions for the Poor06/06/2016
    15:45
  39. 47.
    Chris Herbst: Reassessing the Evidence on the Rising Costs of Child Care05/03/2016
    14:39
  40. 48.
    Megan Reid on Cohabiting Stepfamily Formation for Low-Income Black Families04/05/2016
    12:02
  41. 49.
    Susannah Camic Tahk on the Tax War on Poverty03/07/2016
    14:16
  42. 50.
    Lincoln Groves: Does Child Medicaid Access Improve Long-Term Educational Outcomes?02/01/2016
    11:25
  43. 51.
    Julia Isaacs on How the Safety Net Supported Kids with an Unemployed Parent During the Great Recession01/04/2016
    11:33
  44. 52.
    Lisa Gennetian on Income Instability in the Lives of Hispanic Children12/07/2015
    12:06
  45. 53.
    Clare Huntington on the Mismatch Between Family Law and Nonmarital Families11/09/2015
    12:14
  46. 54.
    Robert Vargas on the Persistence of Violence in Some Areas of Chicago10/05/2015
    17:07
  47. 55.
    Lonnie Berger on the Academic Achievement of Children in Foster Care09/07/2015
    19:37

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