Increasing Mobility and Reducing Inequality: What Guidance is Provided ...
Summer Meeting of the ISA Research Committee on Social Stratification and Mobility
New York, USA
August 8-10, 2017
Established in 1950
RC28 general objectives are to promote high quality research on social stratification and social mobility, and the international exchange of scientific information in this field.
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|President||Yu XIE, Princeton University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Secretary-Treasurer||Hiroshi ISHIDA, University of Tokyo, Japan, email@example.com|
|Board Members||Hanna AYALON, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Carlo BARONE, University of Trento, Italy
Ted GERBER, University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
Marita JACOB, University of Cologne, Germany
Ruud LUIJKX, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Ineke MAAS, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Hyunjoon PARK, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Sawako SHIRAHASE, University of Tokyo, Japan
Tony TAM, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Florencia TORCHE, New York University, USA
XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Program Coordinator: Hiroshi ISHIDA, firstname.lastname@example.org
RC28's Board announces a new award in memory of Aage B. Sørensen. These competitive awards are intended to help outstanding graduate students and members of low-income countries participate in RC28 conferences. Awards, of 500 USD each, will be made in conjunction with each RC28 conference. The exact number of awards made each year will depend of the availability of funds but is assumed to be about 2-4. Members can make donation to the award fund. Please send checks in the name of RC28 with a designation that they are for the Sørensen Award. The checks should be sent to:
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
University of Haifa
Donors' names will be announced on the RC's web site unless they request otherwise.
Dues: USD 100 (regular) and USD 20 (students and members in category B and C economies of countries) for a 4-year period.
ISA membership registration form is available on https://isa.enoah.com/Sign-In.