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AAPSS News

AAPSS Inducts Five New Fellows, Awards 2016 Moynihan Prize

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The Academy’s 2016 annual gala dinner was held on the evening of May 12, at the Newseum in Washington, DC.  At the dinner, the Academy inducted five new fellows in to the Academy: Esther Duflo of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, James Heckman of the University of Chicago, Sherman James of Emory University, Tom Sugrue of New York University, and Philip Tetlock of the University of Pennsylvania. 

Economist Esther Duflo was introduced by AAPSS Fellow and Board member Greg Duncan…

RON HASKINS AND ISABEL SAWHILL NAMED AS 2016 MOYNIHAN PRIZE WINNERS

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“They’ve Managed to Bridge—Even Transcend—Partisan Divides”

The American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS) is pleased to announce social policy experts Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill as the winners of the 2016 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Prize. Each year, the Moynihan Prize is given to a leading policy-maker, social scientist, or public intellectual whose career demonstrates the value of using social science evidence to advance the public good.

“The Academy proudly recognizes Ron Haskins and Isabel Sawhill as…

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The Annals

Undocumented Migration in a Global Economy

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Edited by: Katharine M. Donato and Douglas S. Massey

This volume illustrates that the laws, political narratives, and institutional social structures related to global migration in the early twenty-first century similarly affect the lives of international migrants, whether they originate in nations from which many immigrants seek economic opportunity; or in countries from which many leave to find refuge from…

Tough on Crime, Tough on Families? Criminal Justice and Family Life in America

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Special Editors: Christopher Wildeman, Sara Wakefield, and Hedwig Lee

 

More than 30 years after President Reagan declared a war on drugs and more than 20 years after President Clinton declared a war on lawlessness, President Obama is describing our criminal justice system as broken—plagued by overaggressive policing, prison overcrowding, and abominable conditions for inmates. He has also characterized the…

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