The Inequality Workshop provides an opportunity for faculty and students doing research on stratification, inequality, and social demography, broadly construed, to develop and present work in progress. We plan to adopt a hybrid mode, meeting mainly in-person at the memorial room (4130) on Thursdays from 3:45-5pm.
Organizers: Michael Hout and Siwei Cheng
Fall 2022 Schedule:
September 29th - Alexander Adames (Ph.D. Candidate at UPenn, participating through the FAS Faculty First Look Program), The Cumulative Effects of Colorism: Race, Wealth, and Skin Tone
October 20th - Nicholas Mark (NYU Sociology), "Cumulative (dis)advantage and the role of social policy in Black-White infant health disparities."
November 17th - Nicholas Mark and Kate Thomas (NYU Sociology), "Recent Advances in Difference-in-Differences Methods: What’s Broken and What Works."
December 15th - Ravaris Moore (NYU Sociology), Does Learning Loss Mediate the Effects of Gun-Violence Exposure on Secondary Educational Attainment?