National & International Affiliates

Our national and international affiliates include many of the most prominent poverty and inequality scholars and policymakers.

Teachers College
Professor of Sociology and Education
educational policy, race and education, charter schools, school desegregation., school choice policy.
University of California, Irvine
Associate Professor of Sociology
children, youth and families, education, gender, earnings inequality, ethnicity and race
Wellesley College
Professor; Director, Wellesley Child Care Research Partnership
financial education and the analysis of programs designed to improve the well-being of low-income families with children
University of Southern California
Assistant Professor of Sociology and Spatial Sciences
urban sociology, sociology of education, social stratification, social policy, quantitative analysis, Spatial Analysis
University of Toronto
Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy
trends and patterns of educational inequality
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Professor of Economics; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economics Research
law and economics, incarceration, immigration, labor economics
University of Pennsylvania
Professor of Sociology
qualitative methods, family, education and stratification
London School of Economics and Political Science
Professor Lord (Emeritus); Director, Center for the Study of Global Governance
theory of structuration, modernity, globalization, third way politics, class and class structure
University of Oxford
Emeritus Professor of Sociology; Fellow of Nuffield College
education, ethnicity, social mobility, political sociology, cross-national research
University of Illlinois at Chicago
Professor of Sociology
cities, qualitative and historical analysis, immigration, ethnicity, politics