SPARQ and impact investment firm Illumen Capital partnered to explore the factors that drive racial disparities in investing. Our new paper, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows evidence that race plays a role in professional investors' judgments.
Join us in celebrating the publication of Biased! The event will feature a reading by Dr. Eberhardt, a Q&A with Oakland Police Department Deputy Chief LeRonne Armstrong, and a book signing. RSVP to attend.
The Biased book tour is in full swing as SPARQ Co-Director Jennifer Eberhardt travels across the country sharing her work. From The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, to NPR's All Things Considered, here are some highlights from last week.
Nextdoor is a private social network whose mission is to provide a trusted platform where neighbors work together to build stronger, safer, happier communities, all over the world. SPARQ Faculty Affiliates joined a team from Nextdoor for a Research Clinic to discuss strategies for keeping conversations on the platform neighborly.
In collaboration with the US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty and the Urban Institute, Stanford SPARQ has created a toolkit to help program managers, evaluators, and other practitioners bolster their efforts to support people on pathways out of poverty.