The Inequality & Social Policy program is pleased to welcome 16 new faculty affiliates.
Their engagement in the program will bring new strengths in the areas of income inequality and wealth concentration, intergenerational mobility, labor markets and human capital investment, government management of private-sector risks, regulation and government accountability, behavioral economics and household finance, judgment and decision-making, behavioral science in the design of social policy, regional economies and housing, and race, civil rights, and politics.
We look forward to introducing more of their work in the coming months. They draw from the fields of
Economics: Nathaniel Hendren, Michael Luca, Brigitte Madrian, David A. Moss (Political Economy), Sendhil Mullainathan, Amanda Pallais, Daniel Shoag, and Stefanie Stantcheva; Political Science: Daniel Carpenter, Michael Hiscox, and Quinton Mayne; Sociology: Frank Dobbin; Psychology and Behavioral Sciences: Jennifer S. Lerner, Michael I. Norton, Todd Rogers; and History: Leah Wright Rigueur.