The James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Wealth and Income Inequality Project provides funding for graduate students to conduct original research or work as research assistants with Brown University faculty. Additionally, the Stone Project supports faculty research in the broad area of inequality, with a focus on "right tail" inequality in the United States. Graduate student funding decisions are made biannually: in the summer for the following fall and in the late fall for the following spring. Students or faculty who are interested in receiving support from the Stone Project should email the director.
The Stone Project is excited to annually host visiting scholars. These scholars teach upper-level graduate seminars exploring various facets of inequality and are an important part of the Stone Project community. The Project can also host sabbatical visits for one semester or a full academic year. Interested parties should email the director.