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.
In this video, Leslie McCall and other experts discuss why capitalism is failing to generate shared prosperity and what can be done.
D. Bloome, D. Burk, and L. McCall. American Journal of Sociology. vol. 124, no. 5. 2019.
In this lecture, Leslie McCall presents a framework for understanding how, in the United States, public opinions about inequality, economic opportunity, and redistribution are related to one another in ways that are at odds with key tenets of American exceptionalism.
In this video, Leslie McCall discusses quantitative methods in the social sciences and their uses in the Stone Center's work.
Our Stone Center scholar talks about economic inequality and how people view inequality with former-COES fellow Cristóbal Moya.
The Future of Coding: A Comparison of Hand-Coding and Three Types of Computer-Assisted Text Analysis Methods
L.K. Nelson, D. Burk, M. Knudsen, and L. McCall. Sociological Methods & Research. 2018.
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.
In The Washington Post, Leslie McCall and Jennifer Richeson discuss how exposure to rising inequality shapes Americans’ opportunity beliefs and policy support.