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SEMINAR


Audio tapes of the seminar available in the KSG library.

Malcolm Wiener Inequality
& Social Policy Seminar Series

Spring 2000

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


FEB 7 , 2000

IRA KATZNELSON, Columbia University

"Legacies of 'Universalism': Reflections on the Ironic Precursors of Affirmative Action"


FEB 10 , 2000

GLENN LOURY
, Boston University

"The Quest for Equal Dignity and the Problem of Racial Stigma"


FEB 28 , 2000

PAUL OSTERMAN, MIT

"Work Reorganization in an Era of Restructuring"


MAR 6 , 2000

CHRISTOPHER WINSHIP, Department of Sociology

"Religion and the Boston Miracle: The Effect of Boston's Black Ministry on Youth Violence"


MAR 13, 2000

TORBEN IVERSEN, Department of Government

"Social Protection and the Formation of Skills: Rethinking the Welfare State"


MAR 20, 2000

ROBERT SAMPSON, University of Chicago

"Community-level Processes and Urban Inequality: Findings from Chicago"


APR 3, 2000

PETER GOTTSCHALK, Boston College

"Early Labor Market Experience: Dead-end Jobs or Stepping Stones for Less-skilled Workers?"


APR 10, 2000

MICHAEL KREMER, Department of Economics

"An Epidemiological Model of Unions"


APR 17, 2000

KERWIN CHARLES, University of Michigan

"Transitions to Home Ownership and the Black-White Wealth Gap"


APR 24 , 2000

MARIKO CHANG, Department of Sociology

"The Evolution of Occupational Sex Segregation Regimes Across 14 Industrialized Countries, 1960-1990"


May 1, 2000

MICHAEL JONES-CORREA, Department of Government

"Immigrants, Blacks, and Cities"


 

   
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