Professor of Sociology, Silver Professor of Arts and Science
Ph.D. 1974 (Sociology), Johns Hopkins University.
Areas of Research/Interest
Basic sociobehavioral theory; distributive justice; status; international migration; inequality and stratification; probability distributions; mathematical methods for theoretical analysis; factorial survey methods for empirical analysis.
Jasso, Guillermina. In press. “New Results Linking Inequality and Justice.” Journal of Mathematical Sociology.
Jasso, Guillermina, and Mark R. Rosenzweig. 2020. “What is the Size and Legal Composition of the US Foreign-Born Population?” International Migration Review 54(3):640-673. Includes Supplemental Material.
Jasso, Guillermina. 2020. “Anything Lorenz Curves Can Do, Top Shares Can Do: Assessing the TopBot Family of Inequality Measures.” Sociological Methods and Research 49(4):947-981.
Jasso, Guillermina. 2020. “Is and Ought: From Ideas to Theory to Empirics.” Pp. 105-127 in Alexander Max Bauer and Malte Ingo Meyerhuber (eds.), Empirical Research and Normative Theory. Berlin, Germany: Walter de Gruyter.
Jasso, Guillermina, Robert Shelly, and Murray Webster. 2019. “How Impartial Are the Observers of Justice Theory?” Social Science Research 79:226-246.
Jasso, Guillermina. 2018. “What Can You and I Do To Reduce Inequality?” Journal of Mathematical Sociology 42(4):186-204.
Jasso, Guillermina. 2017. "Inequality in the Distribution of a Good Is a Bad, and Inequality in the Distribution of a Bad Is a Good." European Sociological Review 33(4):604-614.
Jasso, Guillermina, Kjell Y. Törnblom, and Clara Sabbagh. 2016. "Distributive Justice." In Clara Sabbagh and Manfred Schmitt (eds.), Handbook of Social Justice Theory and Research. New York, NY: Springer.
The New Chosen People: Immigrants in the United States (with M. R. Rosenzweig), 1990.
Professor of Sociology, Silver Professor of Arts and Sciencegj1@nyu.edu
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