May 18, 2017
Russell Sage Foundation | The Russell Sage Foundation announced four new awards from its small grant competition in intergenerational mobility, three of which will support research by Harvard Inequality & Social Policy affiliates:
Ellora Derenoncourt (Harvard University)
Did Great Migration Destinations become Mobility Traps?
Ellora Derenoncourt is a PhD candidate in Economics.
Ryan D. Enos (Harvard University)
Do Public Works Programs Increase Intergenerational Mobility? Evidence from the Works Progress Administration
Ryan Enos is Associate Professor of Government.
James J. Feigenbaum (Princeton University), Maximillian Hell (Stanford University), and Robert Manduca (Harvard University)
The American Dream in the Great Depression: Absolute Income Mobility in the United States, 1915-1940
James Feigenbaum (Harvard PhD '16) is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University. In fall 2017 he will join the Boston University faculty as Assistant Professor of Economics. Maximillian Hell is a PhD candidate in Sociology at Stanford University. Robert Manduca is a PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy at Harvard University.