National & International Affiliates

Lisa A. Keister's picture
Duke University
Gilhuly Family Professor, Department of Sociology; Faculty Affiliate of the Duke Network Analysis Center, the Asian Pacific Studies Institute, the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Social Sciences, and the Duke Population Research
economic sociology, organizations and organization theory, Chinese economic transformation, Chinese society
Jonathan Kelley's picture
University of Nevada
Director at International Survey Center; Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Nevada, Reno
survey research, social mobility, class structure, public attitudes
Harold R. Kerbo's picture
California Polytechnic State University
Professor of Sociology
corporate structure, elites, political power, world poverty, global inequality
Shamus Khan's picture
Columbia University
Professor of Sociology
culture, theory, elites, education, gender, and Deliberative Politics
Herbert S. Klein's picture
Columbia University
Gouveneur Morris Professor Emeritus of History
comparative economic and social history, 20th century social change in Latin America and the United States
Eric Klinenberg's picture
New York University
Professor of Sociology; Director of the Institute for Public Knowledge
urban studies, media and cultural production, disaster and social violence, race, theory
Jeffrey R. Kling's picture
Congressional Budget Office
Associate Director for Economic Analysis, Congressional Budget Office; Senior Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research
economics, social policy, poverty, government expenditure programs, disability insurance, Medicare
Melvin L. Kohn's picture
Johns Hopkins University
Professor Emeritus, Sociology; Academy Professor in The Academy at JHU/KSAS; Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
social structure and personality, social class
Walter Korpi's picture
Stockholm University
Professor, Swedish Institute for Social Research
comparative studies on welfare state development, political sociology, political economy, unemployment, class and gender
Vered Kraus's picture
University of Haifa
Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
methodology, educational and occupational mobility, gender, labor markets
Tali Kristal's picture
University of Haifa
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology and Anthropology
income inequality, labor markets, social stratification
Yana Kucheva's picture
The City College of New York
Assistant Professor of Sociology
social policy, social stratification, neighborhood inequality, wellbeing of families and children
Adriana Kugler's picture
Georgetown University
Professor at the McCourt School of Public Policy; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
labor economics, development economics
Peter Kuhn's picture
University of California, Santa Barbara
Professor of Economics; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), and the Center for Economic Studies (CES)
labor economics, discrimination, immigration, displaced workers, unemployment, comparative labor markets
Marianne LaFrance's picture
Yale University
Professor of Psychology, Professor of Women's and Gender Studies
gender and social interaction, prejudice and discrimination
Harvard University
Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies, Professor of Sociology and African and African American Studies
culture, race, definitions of excellence in higher education
Bart Landry's picture
University of Maryland
Professor of Sociology, Emeritus
race and ethnicity, gender, work and family, class analysis
Kevin Lang's picture
Boston University
Professor of Economics; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
labor markets, education, discrimination, unemployment
Annette Lareau's picture
University of Pennsylvania
Professor of Sociology; Stanley I. Sheerr Professor in the Social Sciences
qualitative methods, family, education and stratification
Victor Lavy's picture
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Chaired Professor, University of Warwick, Department of Economics; William Haber Professor of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research;
evaluation of programs and intervention in education and other human resources