Economic Disparities

Economic Disparities focuses on the evolution of economic consequences on populations that have been historically disadvan-taged by society by virtue of their identity outside of the cultural majority or perceived normal, as well as the economic conse-quences of intersecting issues of socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity and other factors.

CLUSTER LEADER

Hilary Hoynes
Distinguished Cluster Chair of Economic Disparities, and Professor of Public Policy and Economics

CLUSTER MEMBERS

Henry E. Brady
Goldman School of Public Policy
David Card
Economics
Karen Chapple
City and Regional Planning
Paul Groth
Geography
Percy Hintzen
African-American Studies
Rucker Johnson
Goldman School of Public Policy
Paul Pierson
Political Science
Steve Raphael
Goldman School of Public Policy
Michael Reich
Director, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
Robert Reich
Goldman School of Public Policy
Jesse Rothstein
Goldman School of Public Policy
Emmanuel Saez
Economics
Stephen Small
African-American Studies
Ula Taylor
African-American Studies