Stanford Affiliates

Our Stanford affiliates are distributed across the School of Humanities and Sciences, the School of Education, the Law School, the Graduate School of Business, and the School of Medicine.

Stanford University
Charles Ducommon Professor of Education; Co-Director, School Redesign Network (SRN)
teacher education, school leadership development, school redesign, educational equity, instruction of diverse learners, education policy
Stanford University
Consumption Research Group Leader; Professor of Economics; "Ralph Landau" Senior Fellow at SIEPR
consumption and income dynamics, consumption mobility, applied economics, consumption and saving choice, labor supply, econometrics of panel data
Stanford University
Health Disparities Research Group Leader; Director of Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences; Professor of Medicine
occupational and environmental medicine, social disparities in health
Stanford University
Safety Net Research Group Leader; Trione Director, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research; Wayne and Jodi Cooperman Professor of Economics
health care sector, effects of government expenditure programs
Stanford University
William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law; Vice Dean
criminal law, property, anti-discrimination, income distribution policy
Stanford University
Joan Butler Ford Professor of Sociology
origins and early development of electricity industry in US, economic sociology, social stratification, sociological theory
Stanford University
Vida Jacks Professor of Education
economics of education, labor economics, international education
Stanford University
Emeritus Professor of Education; Emeritus Professor of Business Administration (by courtesy)
state education reform efforts and educational outcomes, improving preparation of students for success at post-secondary education, high school reform
Stanford University
Associate Professor of Sociology
race and ethnicity, immigration, assimilation, intermarriage
Stanford University
Jackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Law; Professor (by courtesy) of Education
children and public policy, family law, law and social change

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