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.
Janet Gornick explains how proposed universal child care and other social benefit programs would help workers in the United States.
In this video, Kathryn Edin explains her work with the next generation of working-class men.
The Multidimensional Politics of Inequality: Taking Stock of Identity Politics in the U.S. Presidential Election of 2016
L. McCall and A.S. Orloff. The British Journal of Sociology. vol. 68, no. S1. pp. 34-56. 2017.
With the new political landscape, the need for real information and creative strategies to address gender inequality is now more urgent than ever. Watch panelists engage in an important post-election discussion.
J.C. Gornick and N. Boeri. In The Oxford Handbook of the Social Science of Poverty. D. Brady and L.M. Burton (eds). pp. 221-246. New York: Oxford University Press. 2016.
In this video, leading thinkers grapple with the major issues surrounding women’s rights and gender equality.
J.C. Gornick. In Fatherhood in the Nordic Welfare States: Comparing Care Policies and Practice. G.B. Eydal and T. Rostgaard (eds). pp. 373-384. Chicago: Bristol University Press. 2015.