Washington Center for Equitable Growth | By Nathan Wilmers and Clem Aeppli. Nathan Wilmers, PhD 2018 in Sociology, is the Sarofim Family Career Development Professor and Assistant Professor of Work and Organizations at MIT Sloan School of Management. Clem Aeepli is a PhD candidate in Sociology and a Stone PhD Scholar in Inequality and Wealth Concentration.
Harvard Busines School | By Bhavya Mohan, Serena Hagerty, and Michael Norton. Serena Hagerty is a Stone PhD Research Fellow and a PhD candidate at Harvard Business School. Michael Norton is the Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School,
Immigration Initiative at Harvard Findings from the National UnDACAmented Research Project (NURP). By Roberto G. Gonzales, Sayil Camacho, Kristina Brant, and Carlos Aguilar. Roberto G. Gonzales is Professor of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Kristina Brant is a PhD candidate in Sociology and an Inequality & Social Policy doctoral fellow.
Vox EU | By Timothy J. Layton, Nicole Maestas, Daniel Prinz, and Boris Vabson. Stone PhD Scholar Daniel Prinz is a PhD candidate in Health Policy. Timothy Layton and Nicole Maestas are professors at Harvard Medical School. Boris Vabson is a Seidman Fellow at Harvard Medical School.
Behavioral Scientist | By Allison Daminger, PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy. "Cognitive work is gendered, but not uniformly so," Allison Daminger finds. "And if we want to understand how divisions of cognitive labor impact women, families, and society as a whole, this is a crucial insight." Based on her research, "The Cognitive Dimensions of Household Labor," recently published in the American Sociological Review.
ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science | By Robert Manduca, PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy. Issue on Policy Feedback in an Age of Polarization, Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson, eds. Learn more about Robert's work:
Washington Center for Equitable Growth By Robert Manduca, PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy. A non-technical summary of Robert Manduca's new paper, "The Contribution of National Income Inequality to Regional Economic Divergence," forthcoming in Social Forces.
Washington Center for Equitable Growth | By Robert Manduca, PhD candidate in Sociology & Social Policy. This article summarizes findings from “Income Inequality and the Persistence of Racial Economic Disparities” in Sociological Science.