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Axilrod Term Fund in Health and Inequality Supports Recruitment of Juan Pablo Atal, Courtney Boen, and Morgan Hoke.

Richard A. Axilrod, WG’85, and Nancy M. Axilrod, parents, have made a $2 million gift to establish the Axilrod Term Fund in Health and Inequality. The fund has enabled Penn Arts and Sciences to recruit three new faculty members, Juan Pablo Atal, Courtney Boen, and Morgan Hoke, who will help establish Penn as a worldwide center for the analysis of inequality and health, with a specific focus on the distribution of health outcomes and how this distribution is shaped by social policies. Read more about the fund in the Penn SAS announcement.

--February 12, 2019

Will #MeToo Move Forward in 2019?

Janice F. Madden was recently on Knowledge @ Wharton's podcast with Katherine Klein discussing the future of the #MeToo Movement. 

--February 11, 2019

A Green New Deal can give us the freedoms to allow humanity to flourish

Daniel Aldana Cohen and co-authors have published an article in The Guardian about the Green New Deal and climate change politics.

--February 11, 2019

How the appliance boom moved more women into the workforce

Jeremy Greenwood, PSC Research Associate and Professor of Economics, wrote "Evolving Households: The Imprint of Technology on Life," which was published this January by The MIT Press. Read an excerpt here.

--February 1, 2019

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Collin Payne – GGD Alumni

Recent graduate Collin Payne, faculty member in Demography at the Australian National University, stopped in to talk with us about his current projects and his experience at Penn.

Quartet Pilot Project Competition


Request for Proposals:  2019-2020 Quartet Pilot Research Project Competition
Proposals are due Friday, March 15, 2019 | 5 pm

The Annual Quartet award competition is jointly sponsored by the PSC, the Population Aging Research Center, Boettner Center for Pension Retirement Research, and LDI Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics. The competition promotes high quality and innovative research in demography, economics, and related social and behavioral sciences. Quartet awards are funded for one year (or less) in duration and are selected through competitive peer review. Click here to read about former and currently funded projects

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