In this blog post, Leslie McCall considers whether adjusting for family size eliminates economic benefits for families headed by couples compared to those headed by single people.
In this blog post, Leslie McCall discusses how marriage and cohabitation — relative to being single — affect where men and women fall along the income distribution.
D. Bloome, D. Burk, and L. McCall. American Journal of Sociology. vol. 124, no. 5. 2019.
J.C. Gornick. In The Triple Bind of Single-Parent Families: Resources, Employment and Policies to Improve Wellbeing. R. Nieuwenhuis and L. Maldonado (eds). pp. 437-448. Bristol: Policy Press. 2018.
In this video, leading thinkers grapple with the major issues surrounding women’s rights and gender equality.
J.C. Gornick and A. Hegewisch. In Lessons from Europe? What Americans Can Learn from European Public Policies. R.D. Keleman (ed). pp. 17-41. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press. 2014.
N. Folder, J.C. Gornick, H. Connolly, and T. Munzi. In Income Inequality: Economic Disparities and the Middle Class in Affluent Countries. J.C. Gornick and Markus Jäntti (eds). pp. 234-260. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. 2013.
D. Bakst, S. Leiwant, and J.C. Gornick. In Toward a 21st Century for All: Progressive Policies for New York City in 2013 and Beyond. J. Mollenkopf (ed). pp. 246-288. New York: CUNY. 2013.
L.C. Sayer and J.C. Gornick. European Sociological Review. vol. 28, no. 4. pp. 421-442. 2012.
J.C. Gornick and M. Jäntti. Children and Youth Services Review. vol. 34, no. 3. pp. 558-568. 2012.