I am a PhD candidate in Harvard Sociology, researching wage and earnings inequality, economic sociology and the sociology of labor. In my dissertation, I study how shifting relations between companies affect wage inequality. Rising earnings inequality since the 1970s has come mostly from growing wage differences between different companies, not between co-workers. Drawing on economic sociology, I provide new evidence on the distributional effects of supply chain restructuring, rising product market concentration and skill segregation across firms.
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University of Chicago, BA Philosophy