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SEMINAR

 

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Malcolm Wiener Center
Inequality & Social Policy Seminar Series

FALL 2013

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

SEMINAR LOCATION FOR FALL 2013
Harvard Kennedy School
Allison Dining Room | Taubman building, 5th floor.
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SEP 9, 2013

DIANE WHITMORE SCHANZENBACH, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University

"Long Run Impacts of Childhood Access to the Safety Net"

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SEP 16, 2013

DAVID FIGLIO, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University

"A Population-level Study of the Effects of Early Intervention for Autism"

:: Personal homepage

 


 

SEP 23, 2013

PATRICK SHARKEY, Sociology, NYU

"When, Where, Why, and for Whom Do Neighborhoods Matter?"

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SEP 30, 2013

NO SEMINAR

 


 

OCT 7, 2013

NEIL FLIGSTEIN, Sociology, University of California, Berkeley

"The Emergence of a Finance Culture in American Households, 1989-2007"

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OCT 14, 2013

COLUMBUS DAY - No Seminar

 


OCT 21, 2013

GREG DUNCAN, Education, University of California, Irvine.

"Increasing Inequality in Parent Outcomes and Children’s Completed Schooling: Correlation or Causation?"

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OCT 28, 2013

MICHAEL LIPSKY, Public Policy, Demos

"Providing Public Benefits and Sanctions through Front Line Workers: Implications for Equality."

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NOV 4, 2013

JACOB VIGDOR, Public Policy and Economics, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University

"Understanding Trends in Racial Inequality since the Civil Rights Movement."

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NOV 11, 2013

VETERAN'S DAY - No seminar

 


 

NOV 18, 2013

DANIEL HOPKINS, Government, Georgetown University

"All Politics is National"

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NOV 25, 2013

LINDA BURTON, Sociology, Duke University

"'Hiding in Plain Sight:' Racialization, Colorism, and the Intimate Union Behaviors of Rural Women"

:: Background paper 1
:: Background paper 2
:: Background paper 3

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DEC 2, 2013

SILJA HÄUSERMANN, Political Science, University of Zurich

"Distributive Conflict in Post-industrial Societies: Preferences and Politics in Dualized Labor Markets"

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DEC 9, 2013

ROBERT BENFORD, Sociology, University of South Florida

“'Pollution of Wealth' versus 'Pollution of Poverty': Framing Disputes Regarding Climate Change and Global Inequalities"

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DEC 16, 2013

DAVID AUTOR, Economics, MIT

"Worker Adjustment to International Trade"

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