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SEMINAR

 

Malcolm Wiener Center
Inequality & Social Policy Seminar Series

Spring 2008

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


FEB 4, 2008

DAVID AUTOR , Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"Inequality and Specialization: The Growth of Low-Skilled Service Employment in the US "


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

:: View paper


FEB 11, 2008

ELIZABETH WARREN , Harvard Law School

"The Coming Collapse of the Middle Class "

(Note change!) Location: CGIS S-020 (Center for Government and International Studies, South Building, lower level). » View map

:: View paper 1
:: View paper 2


FEB 18, 2008

NO SEMINAR: Presidents' Day


FEB 25, 2008

BRUCE WESTERN, Sociology, Harvard University

"Inequality Among American Families With Children, 1975 to 2005"

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

:: View paper


MAR 3, 2008

DAVID CARD , Economics, University of California - Berkeley

"Does Medicare Reduce or Increase the Inequality of Health Care Services?"

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

:: View paper


MAR 10, 2008

RADHA IYENGAR , Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in Health Policy Research, Harvard University

"An Analysis of the Performance of Federal Indigent Defense Counsel"

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

:: View paper


MAR 17, 2008

CATHIE JO MARTIN , Political Science, Boston University

"The Political Origins of Coordinated Capitalism"

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

:: View paper


MAR 24, 2008

NO SEMINAR: Harvard University Spring Break


MAR 31, 2008

MATTHEW SLAUGHTER, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College

"Superstars and Rising Inequality: What Can We Learn from Tiger Woods?"

(Note!) Location: CGIS S-020 (Center for Government and International Studies, South Building, lower level). » View map


APR 7, 2008

JON ERIK DØLVIK, Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research, Oslo, and Visiting Scholar, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University

"Mobility of Labor and Services across the Baltic Sea after EU Enlargement: Trends and Consequences"

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

:: View paper


APR 14, 2008

MARY WATERS , Sociology, Harvard University

"Before and After Hurricane Katrina: A Longitudinal Study of Poor Mothers ”

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


APR 21, 2008

RAKESH KHURANA, Harvard Business School

"The Professionalization Project in American Business Education"

(Note!) Location: CGIS S-020 (Center for Government and International Studies, South Building, lower level) » View map

:: View introduction
:: View chapter 4


APR 28, 2008

FRANCES ROSENBLUTH , Political Science, Yale University

"The Political Economy of Patriarchy"

(Note!) Location: CGIS S-020 (Center for Government and International Studies, South Building, lower level) » View map

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MAY 5, 2008

SIR TONY ATKINSON , Economics, Oxford University

"The Changing Distribution of Earnings in OECD Countries "

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


 

 

 

 

   
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