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SEMINAR


Audio tapes of the seminar available in the KSG library.

Malcolm Wiener Inequality
& Social Policy Seminar Series

Fall 2005

MONDAYS, NOON to 1:45 PM
Note: Buffet lunch. Presentation begins at 12:20 pm


SEPT 19, 2005

KATHRYN EDIN, Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

"Why Poor Women Put Motherhood Before Marriage"

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


SEPT 26, 2005

JAAP DRONKERS, Political & Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence

"The Effects of Immigration Policies and Labor Market Structures on the Income of Immigrants to the More Developed Countries in Europe and North America"
:: View paper

Location: Taubman AB (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


OCT 3, 2005

JEFFREY GROGGER, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago

"Welfare Reform, Returns to Experience, and Wages: Using Reservation Wages to Account for Sample Selection Bias"
:: View paper

Location: Bell Hall, Belfer Building (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


OCT 17, 2005

ROGERS BRUBAKER, Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles

"The Limits of Minority Rights: a View from the European Periphery"

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


OCT 24, 2005

EMMANUEL SAEZ, Economics, University of California, Berkeley

“Income and Wealth Concentration in a Historical and International
Perspective”
:: View paper

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


OCT 31, 2005

LOIC WACQUANT, Sociology, University of California, Berkeley

“Regulating the Poor in the Neo liberal Age: Social Policy Meets Penal Policy”
:: Paper available as “Ordering Insecurity: Social Polarization and the Punitive Upsurge” in Radical Philosophy Review 11-1 (Spring, 2008): 9-27
or in Punishing the Poor: The Neoliberal Government of Social Insecurity, Durham and London, Duke University Press, “Politics, Culture, and History” series (a John Hope Franklin Center Book), 2009.

Location: Bell Hall, Belfer Building (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


NOV 7, 2005

EVELYNE HUBER, Political Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

“Politics and Inequality: OECD and Latin American Countries
Compared”
:: View paper
:: View table 1
:: View table 2

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


NOV 14, 2005

THOMAS KANE, Harvard Graduate School of Education

"Evaluating a School Choice Lottery: The Importance of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects"

Location: Bell Hall, Belfer Building (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.

NOV 21, 2005

FRANCINE BLAU, Economics, Princeton University, and School of Industrial & Labor Relations, Cornell University

"The U.S. Gender Pay Gap in the 1990s: Slowing Convergence"
:: View paper

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


NOV 28, 2005

LARS OSBERG, Economics, Dalhousie University

"'Fair' Inequality? An International Comparison of Attitudes to Pay Differentials"
:: View paper

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


DEC 5 , 2005

LAWRENCE M. MEAD, Politics, New York University

“Welfare Politics in Congress: Hearings ”
:: View paper

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


DEC 12, 2005

ROBERT SHAPIRO, Political Science, Columbia University

"Partisan Conflict, Public Opinion, and U.S. Foreign Policy"
:: View paper
:: View appendices
:: View tables
:: View figures

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


DEC 19, 2005

JEFFREY BERRY, Political Science, Tufts University

"The Inequality of Representation: The Impact of Charity Law on Political Advocacy "
:: View paper

Location: Taubman Dining Room (5th FL), Kennedy School of Govt.


 

 

 
   
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