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The first doctoral seminar in the Inequality and Social Policy three-course sequence, this course considers the effects of policies and institutions in creating or reducing inequality in the U.S. and other advanced democracies, we well as the reciprocal effects of inequality on political activity and policy choices. Applicants must have successfully completed two semesters of statistics.
Required of second-year doctoral students in Social Policy Ph.D. programs and of doctoral fellows of the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy. Permission of instructor required for other doctoral or non-doctoral students. Also offered by the Sociology Department as Soc 296a.