Inequality Workshop provides an opportunity for faculty and
students doing research on stratification, inequality, and
social demography, broadly construed, to develop and present
work in progress.
We meet on Thursdays 12:30pm - 1:50pm in the Memorial Room, NYU Sociology Department.
Organizers: Paula England and Florencia Torche
2-26 Peter Rich "Intergenerational dynamics of white residential mobility"
3-12 Fangqi Wen “Male Marriageability and Local Marriage Market Outcomes: Exploiting Economic Globalization as a Natural Experiment”
4-2 Jason Thompson “Selectivity and Mobility: Examining the Role of Postsecondary Education in the Transmission of Status Across a Generation"
4-16 Monica Caudillo "Assessing the Impact of Community Violence on Marriage and Fertility: The Case of Mexico”
Paula England and Jonathan Bearak
How the Motherhood Penalty Varies by Wage and Cognitive Skill: A Reassessment
11/11 Dohoon Lee
Childhood Disadvantage, Nonmarital Childbearing, and Birth Intendedness
Spring 2013 Schedule
Fall 2012 Schedule
Are growing homicide rates affecting educational outcomes in Mexico?
10/1: Chris Weiss and Emma Garcia
Student Engagement and Academic Performance in Mexico: Evidence and Puzzles from PISA
10/29: Dohoon Lee CANCELLED DUE TO STORM.
The Great Recession, Genetic Sensitivity, and Harsh Parenting.
11/12: Jacob Faber
In Forclosure's Wake: The Great Recession's Effect on Racial Segregation.
12/10: Jonathan Bearak
Barriers to marriage. What drives the relationship between marriage and earnings