Study explores why some families return to poor neighborhoods
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Economic and social inequality the focus of three new TCF fellows
Protest with Chinese Characteristics was awarded the 2013 Southeast Conference Association for Asian Studies book prize. The prize will be awarded at the SECAAS Conference on January 19, 2013.
The Neighborhood Effect – 25 years after William Julius Wilson changed urban sociology, scholars still debate his ideas. Is anyone else listening?
China Politics Stall Overhaul for Economy
This symposium evaluates the last four years of the Obama administration from the perspectives of green energy, immigration reform, foreign policy, and social movements. Contributors include Fred Block, Alejandro Portes, […]
Economy has bottomed out, census data suggests
The paper was released by the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD Press Release) on 9/11/2012: Hao, Lingxin and Han Soo Woo. 2012. “Distinct Trajectories in the Transition to […]
The Top Three Myths About Myths, The New York Times, August 27, 2012
Stefanie and Peter recently published a new article using quantitative, qualitative and GIS methods to explore the outcomes of a federally funded housing experiment. While families who moved through this […]