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Ph.D.'s on the Job Market, 2014-2015

The Harvard Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy is a National Science Foundation IGERT initiative (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training). The program brings together Harvard Ph.D. students and faculty from across the social sciences and policy fields.

Participating Doctoral Fellows fulfill all academic requirements of their home discipline, while also undertaking a complementary multidisciplinary program of study and research focused on issues of inequality and social policy, broadly defined.

Economics | Government | Health Policy | Political Economy and Government | Public Policy | Psychology | Sociology | Social Policy

 

 

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Deirdre BloomeJennifer Sheehy-Skeffington
Ph.D. in Psychology, 2014.

Current: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Brunel University, London, UK.

Fields: Psychology

Dissertation title: "Society in Mind: The Manifestation of Structural Power and Status Differences in Cognitive and Regulatory Domains"

Committee: James Sidanius (Chair), Mahzarin Banaji, Steven Pinker, and Jennifer Hochschild.

:: Homepage
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