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  H o m e

 

 


SEMINAR

 

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Malcolm Wiener Center
Inequality & Social Policy Seminar Series

SPRING 2014

MONDAYS, NOON to 1:45 PM
(Light lunch available at 12:00; Presentation begins at 12:20 pm.)

SEMINAR LOCATION
Harvard Kennedy School

Allison Dining Room | Taubman Building, 5th floor
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:: Map

 


 

JAN 27, 2014

GARY SOLON, Economics, Michigan State University

"Wage Adjustment in the Great Recession"

:: View paper
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Personal homepage

 


 

FEB 3, 2014

RICHARD MURNANE, Harvard Graduate School of Education

"U.S. High School Graduation Rates: Patterns and Explanations"

:: View paper
::
Personal homepage

 


 

FEB 10, 2014

ALEXANDRA KILLEWALD, Sociology, Harvard University

“Whose Money Matters? Couples’ Financial Resources and the Decision to Separate”

:: Personal homepage

 


 

FEB 17, 2014

PRESIDENT'S DAY - No Seminar

 


 

FEB 19, 2014—(WEDNESDAY)

PHILLIP ATIBA GOFF, Psychology, UCLA

"Policing Racial Justice: What Law Enforcement Can Tell Us about Contemporary Discrimination"

:: Personal homepage
:: Psychology of Social Justice Lab (PSJL)

 


 

FEB 24, 2014

EDWARD GLAESER, Economics, Harvard University

"Unhappy Cities"

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Personal homepage

 


 

MAR 3, 2014

ROLAND FRYER, Economics, Harvard University

"Injecting Charter School Best Practices into Traditional Public Schools: A Field Experiment in Houston"

:: View paper
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Personal homepage

 


MAR 10, 2014

BRUCE WESTERN, Sociology, Harvard University

"Leaving Prison as a Transition to Poverty"

:: View paper
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Personal homepage

 


 

MAR 17, 2014

SPRING BREAK - No Seminar

 


 

MAR 24, 2014

ADRIANNE TODMAN, Executive Director, District of Columbia Housing Authority

"Public Housing Did Not Fail and the Role It Must Play in Interrupting Poverty"

:: Personal homepage

 


 

MAR 31, 2014

NO SEMINAR

 


 

APR 7, 2014

JENNIFER HOCHSCHILD, Government, Harvard University

"Are well-off African Americans finally moving toward economic conservatism? Maybe."

:: View paper
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Personal homepage

 


 

APR 14, 2014

LAWRENCE KATZ, Economics, Harvard University

"Neighborhoods vs. Schools"

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Personal homepage

 


 

APR 21, 2014

NO SEMINAR

 


 

APR 28, 2014

CHRISTOPHER WINSHIP, Sociology, Harvard University, and
DAN O'BRIEN, Research Director, Boston Area Research Initiative

"Studying Boston: Boston Area Research Initiative"

:: Personal homepage for Christopher Winship
:: Personal homepage for Dan O'Brien

 


 

 

 

 

 
   
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