Alexandre Mas, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University.
Read more about Alexandre Mas: Does Transparency Lead to Pay Compression?
Jennifer Jennings, Assistant Professor of Sociology, New York University.
Read more about Jennifer Jennings: Leveling the Playing Field for School Choice in New York City
Thomas Lemieux, Professor and School Director, Vancouver School of Economics, University of British Columbia.
Read more about Thomas Lemieux: Top Incomes in Canada: Evidence from the Census
David Deming, Associate Professor of Education and Economics, Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Read more about David Deming: The Growing Importance of Social Skills in the Labor Market
Sandra Susan Smith, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley.
Read more about Sandra Susan Smith: Want, Need, Fit: The Logics Underlying Job Contacts' Assistance
Ryan D. Enos, Associate Professor of Government, Harvard University. Read more about Ryan D. Enos: Why Does Segregation Cause Prejudice?
Sudhir Venkatesh, William B. Ransford Professor in Sociology and the Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University. Read more about Sudhir Venkatesh: Is Collective Efficacy a Form of Social Exchange? Ethnographic Data on Gun Markets and Housing Mobility in Chicago
Tracy Dennison, Professor of Social Science History, California Institute of Technology. Read more about Tracy K. Dennison: “Four legs good, two legs bad”: Inequality in Russia in Historical Perspective
John Laub, Distinguished University Professor, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Maryland, College Park. Read more about John Laub: A Tale of Two Eras: A Reconsideration of Turning Points and Pathways Out of Crime
We will resume after the Thanksgiving holiday, on Monday, November 30, with Paul Frymer, Politics, Princeton University.
Paul Frymer, Associate Professor of Politics, Princeton University. Read more about Paul Frymer: The Politics of Mass Deportation in the United States: State Authority, Public Activism, and Government Removal Policies Targeting Native Americans and African Americans in the 19th Century
Paul A. Jargowsky, Professor of Public Policy and Director, Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE), Rutgers University–Camden. Read more about Paul Jargowsky: The Architecture of Segregation: Civil Unrest, the Concentration of Poverty, and Public Policy
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