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Faculty and staff

2016-2017

Director
Devah Pager, Director
Sociology and Public Policy

Harvard Kennedy School
Mary Jo Bane
George J. Borjas
Amitabh Chandra
David T. Ellwood
Ronald F. Ferguson
Archon Fung 
Joshua S. Goodman 
Christopher Jencks
Alexander Keyssar
Jennifer S. Lerner
Jeffrey B. Liebman
Brigitte Madrian
Jane J. Mansbridge
Quinton Mayne
Khalil Gibran Muhammad
Robert D. Putnam
Todd Rogers
Daniel Shoag
Maya Sen
Julie Boatright Wilson
William Julius Wilson
Leah Wright Rigueur

Harvard Business School
Michael Luca
David A. Moss
Michael I. Norton

Harvard Graduate School
of Education

David J. Deming
Thomas J. Kane
Jal Mehta
Richard J. Murnane
Martin West

Harvard Law School
Christine A. Desan

Staff
Pamela Metz
Associate Director
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Economics
Richard B. Freeman
Roland G. Fryer
Edward L. Glaeser
Claudia Goldin
Nathaniel Hendren
Lawrence F. Katz
David Laibson
Sendhil Mullainathan
Amanda Pallais
Stefanie Stantcheva

Government
Danielle Allen
Daniel Carpenter
Ryan D. Enos
Claudine Gay
Peter A. Hall
Michael Hiscox
Jennifer Hochschild
Torben Iversen
Paul E. Peterson
Theda Skocpol

Sociology
Jason Beckfield
Lawrence Bobo
Bart Bonikowski
Mary C. Brinton 
Matthew Desmond 
Frank Dobbin
Alexandra Killewald
Michèle Lamont
Orlando Patterson
Robert J. Sampson
Mario Luis Small
Mary C. Waters
Bruce Western
Christopher Winship

 

Doctoral Fellows

2016-2017

Economics
Alexander Bell, G-3 
Ashley Craig, G-3
Oren Danieli, G-4
Ellora Derenoncourt, G-4
Elizabeth Mishkin, G-4
Alexandra Roulet, G-6
Ryan Sakoda, G-7
Heather Sarsons, G-5
Hannah Shaffer, G-3

Education
Olivia Chi, G-3
Kathleen Lynch, D-6 
Ann Mantil, D-7
Abena Subira MacKall, D-5
Preeya Mbekeani, D-4
Amelia Peterson, G-3

Government
Angie Bautista-Chavez, G-4
Chase Foster, G-5
Rebecca Goldstein, G-3
Brian Libgober, G-3
Shom Mazumder, G-2
Brendan McElroy, G-4
Michael Morse, G-3 (Yale Law 1)
Daniel Moskowitz, G-4
Soledad Artiz Prillaman, G-6
David Romney, G-4

Government & Social Policy
Jacob Brown, G-1
Peter Bucchianeri, G-5
Meredith Dost, G-1
Diana Draghici, G-6
Michael Hankinson, G-7
Sarah James, G-3
Carlos Lastra-Anadon, G-5
Audrey Latura, G-4
Nicholas Lillios, G-4
Gabrielle Malina, G-2
Nicholas Short, G-1

Health Policy
Adrienne Sabety, G-3.

Political Economy & Government
Andrew Garin, G-5
Casey Petroff, G-2

 

 

Public Policy 
Madeleine Gelblum, G-3
Ariella Kahn-Lang, G-4
Heidi Liu, G-5 (HLS-3)
Felix Owusu, G-2

Psychology
Jack Cao, G-4
Sa-Kiera Hudson, G-3

Sociology
Asad Asad, G-6
Aaron Benavidez, G-5
Kristina Brant, G-3
Kreg Steven Brown, G-8
Anny Fenton, G-7
Carly Knight, G-8
Angela Lee, G-2
Theodore Leenman, G-6
Christy Ley, G-7
Margot Moinester, G-5
Daniel Schrage, G-12
Jessica Tollette, G-7
Mo Torres, G-2
Beth Truesdale, G-7
Nathan Wilmers, G-5 
Holly Wood, G-9
Tom Wooten, G-5 

Sociology & Social Policy 
Monica Bell, G-6
James Biblarz, G-2
Brielle Bryan, G-5
Allison Daminger, G-1 
Kelley Fong, G-4
Blythe George, G-4
Hope Harvey, G-5
Andrew Keefe, G-1
Barbara Kiviat, G-5
Robert Manduca, G-3
Alexandra Mitukiewicz, G-2
Kristin Perkins, G-7
Cresa Pugh, G-1
Nathan J. Robinson, G-3
Jared Schachner, G-4
Andreja Siliunas, G-2
Adam Travis, G-3
Alix Winter, G-5
Daniel Wu, G-6 (HLS-3)

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FACULTY AND STAFF

Coffee cupOver 60 faculty members have come together from the Harvard University departments of Economics, Government, and Sociology, the Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Law School to develop the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy.  

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ALUMNI

Graduation capOver 165 Inequality & Social Policy doctoral fellows have now completed their Ph.D.’s and hold positions in a variety of academic and research institutions across the country and around the world.

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DOCTORAL FELLOWS

PencilsApproximately 8-12 doctoral students are selected each year to join the Inequality Program. Doctoral Fellows maintain their affiliation with the program throughout their graduate studies, creating a rich intellectual community for the study of inequality and social policy.  

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ON THE JOB MARKET

Ph.D. fellows and alumni on the job market in AY 2016-2017

As participants in a National Science Foundation IGERT program, Doctoral Fellows complete all academic requirements of their home discipline, while undertaking a complementary, multidisciplinary program of study and research in the area of inequality and social policy, broadly defined.

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Photo of Harvard Kennedy School campus in snow by Martha Stewart.