We are pleased to announce the award recipients for the 2021 CID/Malcolm Wiener Joint Awards on Inequality Research, thanks to generous funding from The Review of Economics and Statistics, the Harvard Center for International Development (CID) and the Harvard Kennedy School Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy. The awards recognize exceptional, original research by Harvard undergraduate, Master’s, and PhD students on issues of inequality, both domestically and abroad.
This is a University-wide initiative to highlight the best research papers addressing a topic on inequality including:
- Economic inequality, social safety nets, tax and welfare systems
- Health care and COVID-19 response
- Crime, violence, criminal justice, and policing
- Gender inequality
- Race and ethnicity
- Workforce and labor markets
- Education access and quality
- Spatial inequality
Improving Equity in the U.S. Healthcare System: Framing, Identifying and Addressing Health Disparities at Intermountain Healthcare
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Harvard Kennedy School & Stanford Business School
All recipients will be invited to present their work at the Harvard Student Poster Session during the 2022 Global Empowerment Meeting (GEM 2022), cohosted by CID and the Malcolm Wiener Center during the spring of 2022 in Cambridge.