2010 University of Michigan Poverty Research Grants

 

Our U-M grants program is especially designed to fund projects that incorporate novel uses of existing datasets or analyses of novel data sources, collaborative projects involving graduate students and faculty, and projects likely to result in future successful grant applications.

Funded Research

The Polarization of Employment in the United States
Michael W. L. Elsby, University of Michigan, David Ratner, University of Michigan, and Matthew D. Shapiro, University of Michigan and NBER

Race, Gender and the Administration of Justice in Community Corrections: A Case Study
Jessica Wyse, University of Michigan

Public Housing Demolition, Relocation and Health in Atlanta, Georgia
Dayna Keene, University of Michigan