National & International Affiliates

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

Northwestern University
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Stratification and Social Inequality, work and occupations, health
Harvard University
Malcolm Wiener Professor of Social Policy
family structure, poverty, welfare
University of Wisconsin
Walker Family Distinguished Chair in Economics
labor economics, econometrics, public economics
Harvard University
Henry Lee Professor of Economics; Director, Development of the American Economy Program, NBER
economic history, labor markets, gender inequality, educational inequality, urban slavery
University of Oxford
Associate Professor of Sociology; Fellow of Nuffield College
work and employment, social demography, survey methods
Princeton University
Class of 1943 University Professor in the Center for African American Studies Emeritus
race, justice, and democracy, philosophy of religion, cultural criticism, the tragic, the comic, and the political
University of California, Berkeley
Associate Professor of Sociology
race and ethnic relation, the American welfare state, immigration, public opinion research, health policy
City University of New York, Graduate Center
Emeritus Distinguished Professor
gender, work and professions, culture
New York University
University Professor of the Social Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Community Medicine, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
stratification and mobility, race, urban sociology, social policy, health and society
École des hautes Études en science sociales
Member, Centre d'etude des mouvements sociaux; Director of research, Centre national de la recherche scientifique
life stories, social welfare states, social movements