CGU Inequality and Policy Research Center - IPRC

We are a research group at CGU developing evidence-based policy and program solutions to problems related to inequality.

Operating as usual

COVID-19 Updates — Institute for Democratic Renewal 06/02/2020

The IPRC helps you stay on top of breaking news and policy highlights of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Check our website and GIS Dashboard every day for the latest news!

https://research.cgu.edu/democratic-renewal/covid-19/

https://agis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=8529ff751ecb4fc88f816fb1587d2edf

COVID-19 Updates — Institute for Democratic Renewal COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, has spread fast, locally and globally, threatening health and ways of living across nations. Impacts are felt in politics, economics, public health and social interactions.

Initial Results of Mission District COVID-19 Testing Announced 05/31/2020

Grassroots testing in San Francisco’s Mission District shows that highest rates of infection occurred among persons of Hispanic/Latinx ethnicity,low-wage essential workers and those living in households with three or more people.

https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2020/05/417356/initial-results-mission-district-covid-19-testing-announced

Initial Results of Mission District COVID-19 Testing Announced The testing was conducted by Unidos En Salud, a unique partnership between Mission community organizers in the Latino Task Force for COVID-19, UCSF researchers, the City and County of San Francisco, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health.

Moving academic research forward during COVID-19 05/30/2020

Academic institutions are conducting less research and development during the pandemic, to the detriment of the higher education and the economy. Greater coordination is needed across education, government, health, and the private sector to maintain research and create solutions for recovery. (Science)

https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/05/27/science.abc5599/tab-pdf

Moving academic research forward during COVID-19 A gradual, stepwise approach to reopening, informed by public health expertise, will be essential

COVID-19 Updates — Institute for Democratic Renewal 05/26/2020

The IPRC helps you stay on top of breaking news and policy highlights of the COVID-19 pandemic.

https://research.cgu.edu/democratic-renewal/covid-19/

https://agis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=8529ff751ecb4fc88f816fb1587d2edf

COVID-19 Updates — Institute for Democratic Renewal COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, has spread fast, locally and globally, threatening health and ways of living across nations. Impacts are felt in politics, economics, public health and social interactions.

How Small Businesses Are Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic 05/26/2020

Small businesses are challenged to meet fixed operating costs such as rent, mortgage payments and insurance. Businesses need clear rules and coordinated responses across governments to reopen from the epidemic effectively. (RAND)

https://www.rand.org/pubs/perspectives/PEA317-1.html

How Small Businesses Are Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic Small-business owners are facing many challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. What kinds of policies might help them? What will they need to thrive once the immediate public health crisis has passed?

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About IPRC

IPRC supports the scientific analysis of political, health, socioeconomic, and group-specific inequality in the United States and abroad. We develop evidence-based policy and program solutions to problems related to inequality.

Currently, we are working to update and inform the public about coronavirus news and policy issues, as they develop.

Since late March 2020, IPRC has been actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19 in Claremont, its neighboring cities and across adjacent counties. On a daily basis, we publish Briefings and something special: A COVID-19 Dashboard, a graphic summary of local information produced by IPRC.

We are faculty, post-docs, doctoral and MA students pursuing high-level research into inequality, causes and policy. We support each others’ research through workshops, conferences, dissertation consult and direct support in the IPRC Inequality Lab.

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