Next week I will be presenting work from my current book project. The talk, scheduled for Tuesday, November 14 at noon will be hosted by the Columbia University American politics speaker series. I will be discussing opinion and electoral responses to the ebb and flow of income inequality in the United States.
I will be at Columbia University today talking about a portion of my latest book project. The talk is titled ” The Inequality Reinforcing Effects of Status Quo Bias and Inegalitarian Policymaking.” I explore how U.S. policymaking institutions have responded to changes in national-level income inequality over the last 100 years.
In an ongoing exchange relating to the proper application of the General Error Correction Model in time series analysis, my co-authors and I argue that this model produces reasonable inferences so long as a straightforward set of procedures are carefully and correctly applied. The paper is open access and can be downloaded here. For our […]
I am at Indiana University today talking about a portion of my current book project. I will be discussing how public opinion responds to rising inequality as well as how the electoral fortunes of the parties change with shifts in inequality.
I am excited to officially start my time as a Visiting Scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation. I am fortunate to be among a fabulous set of colleagues who are doing amazing work. I look forward to working on two book projects while I’m here.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York announced today that I have been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow. This generous award will support work on my current book project, America’s Inequality Trap, which examines how economic inequality reinforces itself through the U.S. political system. See more about the award here.