October 28, 2021
Using nudges in financial aid; evaluation of California Highway Patrol stops; the gig economy and new research on inequities in Permanent Supportive Housing in Los Angeles
September 27, 2021
Crime rates changed during the pandemic, which families may miss out on the Child Tax Credit, and CPL Seed Grant and Fellowships awarded.
August 6, 2021
We’re hiring + new research on unemployment, preventing homelessness in LA, the CalEITC Take-up Gap, and Validation of the PSA in San Francisco
June 15, 2021
Meet CPL’s new Advisory Board, read about bail reform in California, new in-progress research projects added to CPL’s website, and apply for CPL Seed Grants (due June 30th) and Graduate Fellowship (due July 15th)
May 7, 2021
New research: the federal Stimulus Gap, the 10 key trends in California’s unemployment crisis and CalExodus: Fact or Fiction
February 16, 2021
New CalFresh research, new research on Unemployment benefits, upcoming events, and CPL’s new California Data Roadmap
November 30, 2020
750,000 Californians could lose UI benefits if Congress doesn’t act; Disparities in LAPD stops; and estimating the impact of Prop 25
October 1, 2020
New grant from the National Science Foundation, new housing research in Sonoma County, Work Sharing legislation passes in California, and new CPL staff members.
August 14, 2020
New CPL research on the unemployment crisis in California and nationally, an in-depth look at alternatives to prosecution in San Francisco, and a new analysis to improve care coordination in Sonoma County.
May 15, 2020
CPL’s May newsletter focuses on new analysis on unemployment claims; research on hourly workers, new CPL staff and CPL job openings.
March 18, 2020
CPL’s March newsletter includes a new report on employment among people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, an OpEd about paid sick leave, updates about our affiliated experts, and job openings at CPL.
February 4, 2020
Read our February news update to learn about new research focused on whether “nudges” can increase the number of people who claim the state and federal Earned Income Tax Credits.
December 19, 2019
Read about CPL’s research in 2019 with new reports this year on homelessness, criminal justice reform, education, growing inequality, and a CPL roadmap for how California should link its administrative data.
November 6, 2019
New Faces at CPL and We’re Hiring!
The California Policy Lab is happy to welcome two new staff members. Sean Coffey joined CPL in September as our first Director of Communications and Outreach and Samantha Fu recently joined the CPL Berkeley office as Research Associate. CPL is hiring for four positions, including a Post-Doctoral Scholar (Berkeley), a Research Manager (Berkeley or Sacramento), a Sacramento-based Graduate Student Research Assistant, and a Student Research Assistant (Los Angeles).
September 5, 2019
New research from CPL!
Over the past few months, the California Policy Lab has welcomed a number of new talented staff members and faculty affiliates.