The Millennial Dilemma | State of the Union on Poverty and Inequality

Thursday, June 6, 2019

9:30 am

Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center Map

Sponsored by:
Center for Population Health Sciences , Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, Stanford Center on Longevity, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research

With each new generation, there’s inevitably much angst and hand-wringing, but never have we worried as much as we worry about millennials. Can they make it in the new gig economy? Are they facing higher rates of poverty than previous generations? Are the key race and gender gaps finally closing for them?

Please join us on June 6, 2019 as the country’s top scholars provide the latest evidence on how millennials are faring.

2019 Lineup

Debt – Susan Dynarski, University of Michigan
Earnings and Income – Christine Percheski, Northwestern University
Education – Florencia Torche, Stanford University
Employment – Harry Holzer, Georgetown University
Gender and Race – Aliya Saperstein, Stanford University
Health – Mark Duggan, Stanford University
Housing – Darrick Hamilton, The New School
Incarceration – Bruce Western, Harvard University
Mobility – Michael Hout, New York University
Networks – Mario Luis Small, Harvard University
Occupational Segregation – Kim Weeden, Cornell University
Poverty and the Safety Net – Beth Mattingly, Stanford University, and Christopher Wimer, Columbia University
Policy – Sheldon Danziger, Russell Sage Foundation

When:
Thursday, June 6, 2019
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Where:
Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center Map
Admission:

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Tags:

Diversity Education Conference / Symposium Humanities Public Service Women / Gender 

Audience:
General Public, Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends
Contact:
inequality@stanford.edu
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