“Cap personal wealth at $1 billion”

Today, the International Day of the Worker, wealth inequality in the United States is higher than in any other rich country in the world.

CID is hiring!

CID is now accepting applications for a Research Fellow (RF) with knowledge and experience with advanced computational and statistical methods. The RF will be a central contributor to the new project Measuring Racial Inequality in Tax Data, whose Principal...

Announcing our 2023-2024 CID Emerging Inequality Scholar Awardees

We’re pleased to announce our CID Emerging Inequality Scholars for the 2023-2024 academic year. Congratulations to Neil Christy, a doctoral student in Economics, and Jasmine Simington, a joint doctoral student in the departments of Sociology and Public Policy. Neil...

What Does U.S. Wealth Inequality Look Like?

Most social scientists tend to measure wealth inequality by studying wealth concentration at the very top, or by describing the distribution of wealth across the rest of the population. It can be difficult to consider and view both aspects of wealth inequality at the...

Apply Now for CID Emerging Inequality Scholar Award

Applications due Friday, February 10 CID is now accepting applications for the Emerging Inequality Scholar Award, open to graduate students at the University of Michigan who are interested in studying socio-economic inequality, especially students engaged in research...

Events & News

CID strives to make inequality research more readily accessible; some of the ways we do this is through hosting events and sharing our stories. You can read more about CID, our affiliates, and new projects in our News section. You can also follow us on Twitter (@umichStoneCID) or Mastodon (sciences.social/@umichStoneCID) for the latest information.

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