We are thrilled to announce that LIPER has received a four-year, $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation. The principal investigators are Jesse Rothstein, Hilary Hoynes, and Steven Raphael.
LIPER will build powerful new datasets using linked administrative data from the world’s 5th largest economy: California. These data will include information on income, debt, public assistance programs, health, homelessness, and criminal justice. These data will unlock new insights about poverty, mobility, and much more.
We will release more details in the coming months. Check back here or subscribe below for updates.
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