Wealth and Inequality Seminar Series

The interdisciplinary Seminar Series on Wealth and Inequality takes as its mission the investigation of income and wealth, along with exploring the dimensions of societal inequality in these household resources. Topics encompass issues of poverty, labor market behavior, public transfer programs and tax policy, in that each has a clear relevance to economic inequality, family resources, and to living standards.

Center for Wealth and Inequality (CWI) Seminar Series

Department of Sociology

Knox Hall Rm 509 | 2:00 p.m. 

Spring 2018 Schedule


January 18

Guillermina Jasso (NYU), Title TBD

February 1

Ken Hou Lin (UT Austin), Title TBD

February 15 

Pat Sharkey and Gerard Torrats-Espinosa (NYU), Title TBD

March 1

Ted Mouw (UNC Chapel Hill), Title TBD

March 22

Anna Haskins (Cornell), Title TBD

March 29

David Pedulla (Stanford), Title TBD

April 5

Claudia Buchmann (OSU), Title TBD

April 12

Hyunjoon Park (U Penn), Title TBD


All talks are free and open to the public. Light refreshments are served at each talk.  

Faculty Sponsor: 

Thomas DiPrete

Giddings Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of ISERP


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