To cite this publication: “Social Change in Post-Khomeini Iran,” CIRS Summary Report no. 10 (Doha, Qatar: Center for International and Regional Studies, 2013).This summary report details the CIRS research initiative on “Social Change in Post-Khomeini Iran” and critically examines some of the most important topics within contemporary Iran, focusing on its social, cultural, economic, and political domains. A few recent efforts have been undertaken by scholars to engage in in-depth research on domestic development within Iran. In line with this body of nascent scholarship, CIRS launched an empirically grounded research initiative aimed at studying the variety of changes and developments currently underway in Iranian society. Through this multi-disciplinary, empirically-based research initiative, our goal is to present a comprehensive study of contemporary Iranian society. This project brings together a number of distinguished scholars to examine a variety of relevant topics and to contribute original chapters to the CIRS book titled, Inside the Islamic Republic: Social Change in Post-Khomeini Iran (Hurst, 2014) edited by Mahmood Monshipouri.