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Featured Recent Publications by CPI Affiliates

Heterogeneous Impacts of Sentencing Decisions
Andrew Jordan, Ezra Karger, & Derek Neal – NBER
The Walls Within: The Politics of Immigration in Modern America
Sarah R. Coleman & Jennifer Hochschild – American Historical Review
An Algorithm for the Self-Organisation of Collective Self-Governance
Asimina Mertzani, Josiah Ober, & Jeremy Pitt – IEE International Conference

Neither Friend nor Foe: Ethnic Segregation in School Social Networks
Chloe Bracegirdle, Jan O. Jonsson, & Olivia Spiegler – Socius
Social Sandwiching and Paid Work in Later Life: Consequences on Mental Health
Marco AlbertiniNoah Lewin-EpsteinMerril Silverstein, & Aviad Tur-Sinai – Innovation in Aging
Where Do They Go? The Destinations of Residents Moving from Gentrifying Neighborhoods
Lance Freeman, Jackelyn Hwang, Tyler Haupert, & Iris Zhang – Urban Affairs Review
The Graduate School Pipeline and First-Generation/Working-Class Inequalities  
Allison L. Hurst, Vincent Roscigno, Anthony Abraham Jack, Monica McDermott, Deborah M. Warnock, Jose A. Munoz, Wendi Johnson, Elizabeth M. Lee, Colby R. King, David Brady, Robert D. Francis, Kevin Delaney, & Margaret Weigers Vitullo – Sociology of Education
Immigrant–Native Pay Gap Driven by Lack of Access to High-Paying Jobs
Are Skeie Hermansen, Andrew Penner, Marta Elvira, Olivier Godechot, Martin Hällsten, Lasse Folke Henriksen, Feng Hou, Zoltán Lippényi, Trond Petersen, Malte Reichelt, Halil Ibrahim Sabanci, Mirna Safi, Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, & Erik Vickstrom – HAL Open Science
Examining Racial (In) Equity in School-Closure Patterns in California  
Francis A. Pearman II, Camille Luong, & Marie Greene – PACE
A Synthesis of Evidence for Policy from Behavioural Science during COVID-19
Kai Ruggeri et al. – Nature
Evaluating the Accuracy of 2020 Census Block-Level Estimates in California
Robert Bozick, Lane F. Burgette, Ethan Sharygin, Regina A. Shih, Beverly Weidmer, Michael Tzen, Aaron Kofner, Jennie E. Brand, & Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez – Demography
Social Mobility  
Anthony Heath & Yaojun Li – Wiley
Household Mobility and Mortgage Rate Lock  
Jack Liebersohn & Jesse Rothstein – California Policy Lab
Unrealized Integration in Education, Sociology, and Society
Prudence L. Carter – American Sociological Review
Causal Inference in the Social Sciences 
Guido W. Imbens – Annual Review of Statistics and Its Application
The Great Resignation, Employment, and Wages in Health Care
Amitabh Chandra & Louis-Jonas Heizlsperger – NEJM Catalyst

The Sociology of Trust
Oliver Schilke, Martin Reimann, & Karen S. Cook – Elgar
The Walls Within: The Politics of Immigration in Modern America
Sarah R. Coleman & Jennifer Hochschild – American Historical Review
Interpreting the Will of the People: Social Preferences over Ordinal Outcomes
Sandro Ambuehl & Douglas Bernheim  – ECONSTOR
Bridging Social Network and Life Course Research: Unlocking the Analytical Potential
M. Buchman – Europe PMC
Help for the Heartland? The Employment and Electoral Effects of the Trump Tariffs in the United States
David Autor, Anne Beck, David Dorn, & Gordon H. Hanson – NBER

Stanford Education Data Archive Technical Documentation
Erin M. Fahle, Sean F. Reardon, Benjamin R. Shear, Andrew D. Ho, & Jie Min – NaN
Can Restorative Justice Conferencing Reduce Recidivism? Evidence From the Make-it-Right Program
Yotam Shem-Tov, Steven Raphael, & Alissa Skog – Econometrica
Homelessness and the Persistence of Deprivation
Bruce D. Meyer, Angela Wyse, Gillian Meyer, Alexa Grunwaldt, & Derek Wu – NaN
Come Together: Firm Boundaries and Delegation
Laura Alfaro, Nick Bloom, Paola Conconi, Harald Fadinger, Patrick Legros, Andrew F Newman, Raffaella Sadun, & John Van Reenen – Journal of the European Economic Association
Dynamism Diminished: The Role of Housing Markets and Credit Conditions
Steven J. Davis & John C. Haltiwanger – NBER
Regression Inside Out
Eric W. Schoon, David Melamed, & Donald L. Breiger – Cambridge University Press
Desistance as an Intergenerational Process
Christopher Wildeman & Robert J. Sampson – Annual Review of Criminology
Introduction to special issue of Journal of Urban Economics: Race, Social Justice, and Cities
Philippe Aghion, Leah Boustan, Caroline Hoxby, & Jerome Vandenbussche – Brookings Institution
Cleaning Up the Neighborhood: White Influx and Differential Requests for Services
Nima Dahir, Jackelyn Hwang, & Ang Yu – Socius
The Causal Effect of Parent Occupation on Child
Ian Lundberg, Daniel Molitor, & Jennie E. Brand – Association of Population Centers
Presumed Competent: The Strategic Adaptation of Asian Americans in Education and the Labor Market
Jennifer Lee, Kimberly Goyette, Xi Song, & Yu Xie – Annual Review of Sociology
Can An Economic Crisis Shift Attitudes From Socialism to Capitalism?  Evidence From a Quasi Natural Experiment
Ran Abramitzky, Netanel Ben-Porath, Victor Lavy, & Michal Palgi  – NaN
The Impact of the Level and Timing of Parental Resources on Child Development and Intergenerational Mobility
Sadegh S. M. Eshaghnia, James J. Heckman, & Rasmus Landersø – Institute of Labor Economics

About 16 Million Children in Low-Income Families Would Gain in FIrst Year of Bipartisan Child Tax Credit Expansion
Kris Cox, Chuck Marr, Sarah Calame, Stephanie Hingtgen, George Fenton, & Arloc Sherman – Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Work-Family Justice: Its Meanings and Implementation
Caitlyn Collins, Ameeta Jaga, Nancy Folbre, M. Rosario Castro Bernardini, Sherry Leiwant, Vicki Shabo, & Janet Gornick – Work and Family Researchers Network

Unconscionability and Poverty
Mark G. Kelman – SMU Law Review Forum