Category Archives: Reports

New Report from the Shriver Center: “Poverty Scorecard 2013″

poverty-scorecard-2013-coverFrom the website:

The Poverty Scorecard measures how every member of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives voted on what we have identified as the most significant poverty-related proposed legislation of 2013.

New Report: “New Developments in International Poverty Law: The UN Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights”

New Report: Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, New Developments in International Poverty Law: The UN Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, CROP Poverty Brief, March 2014.

New Report: “The War on Poverty: 50 Years Later”

New Report: House Budget Committee, The War on Poverty: 50 Years Later (2014).

New Report: “State of the Union: The Poverty and Inequality Report 2014″

New Report: Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, State of the Union: The Poverty and Inequality Report 2014 (Jan. 2014).

White House Report: “The War on Poverty 50 Years Later”

SealCouncil of Economic Advisers, The War on Poverty 50 Years Later: A Progress Report (Jan. 2014).

New Report: “Hunger and Homelessness Survey” from the U.S. Conference of Mayors

New Report: U.S. Conference of Mayors, “Hunger and Homelessness Survey“(2013) .

-Thanks to Francine Lipman for the heads up!

New Mini-Report: “A Dozen Facts about America’s Struggling Lower-Middle Class”

New Mini-Report: Melissa Kearney et al, A Dozen Facts about America’s  Struggling Lower-Middle Class (2013).  [Note: has good graphics.]

-Thanks to Juliet Brodie for the heads up!

New Congressional Research Service Report: “Poverty in the United States: 2012″

New Congressional Research Service Report: Thomas Gabe, Poverty in the United States: 2012, CRS Report RL 33069, Nov. 13, 2013.

-Thanks to Billie Jo Kaufman for the heads up!

Brief Report from the Economic Mobility Project: “Moving On Up: Why Do Some Americans Leave the Bottom of the Economic Ladder, but Not Others?”

Brief Report from the Economic Mobility Project: “Moving On Up: Why Do Some Americans Leave the Bottom of the Economic Ladder, but Not Others?

New Poverty Measure from Stanford for California

Here: The California Poverty Measure: A New Look at the Social Safety Net (2013).