Nino José Cricco Doldan

Nino José Cricco Doldan

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Nino Cricco

Research Interests: Immigration, Inequality and Stratification, Family,  Labor Markets, Social Demography, Quantitative Methods

Nino José Cricco is a PhD student in Sociology. His research interests include immigration, economic inequality, and family formation processes, with a particular focus on Latinos in the United States. Current work investigates how economic inequalities between the children of immigrants and non-immigrants shift over the life course. In collaborative projects, he examines how changes in family formation have shaped the gender wage gap in the United States (with Sasha Killewald) and the effect of cumulative impact of exposure to aggressive policing on educational outcomes among adolescents in New York City (with Joscha Legewie). He received a B.A. in Social Research and Public Policy from New York University Abu Dhabi.
 
Previous Degrees:
B.A. in Social Research and Public Policy, NYU Abu Dhabi

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