National & International Affiliates

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

University of California, Irvine
Founding Director, Economic Self-Sufficiency Policy Research Institute (ESSPRI); Professor of Economics
employer discrimination (age, race, gender), wage inequality, affirmative action, minimum wage and poverty
Princeton University
Professor of Economics and Public Affairs; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
labor economics, econometrics, political economy, health economics
The University of Chicago
Professor in Economics; Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
life cycles of human creativity, art markets
Princeton University
Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Psychology; Dean of Faculty
gender, intergroup relations, persuasio and social influence, prejudice and sterotyping
Mathematica Policy Research
Senior Vice President; Managing Director of Human Services Research
Hamilton College
Professor of Sociology
class structure, politics and inequality, Latin America
Brown University
Robert E. Turner Distinguished Professor of Population Studies Emeritus
demography, life course, adolescence, disability
University of Chicago
Professor of Economics; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
racial differences in wage inequality, vouchers and education, private education, effect of catholic schooling
Harvard University
Professor of Sociology
racial differences in income, housing, and jobs, criminal background and labor market inequality
Mississippi State University
Executive Director, National Strategic Planning & Analysis Research Center; Professor of Sociology