Nino José Cricco Doldan
Research Interests: Cultural Sociology, Inequality and Stratification, Gender, Labor Markets, Social Networks, Social Change, Quantitative Methods
Nino Cricco is a PhD student in Sociology. His primary research interests lie at the intersection between work and the family, culture, and demographic processes. His recent work examines how family-related employment interruptions shape women’s wage trajectories. He is also broadly interested in social networks, historical change, and the formal analysis of culture. Before coming to Harvard, Nino worked as a research assistant at the Instituto Carlos III-Juan March in Madrid, where he assembled network data on activists for the abolition of the slave trade. He received a B.A. in Social Research and Public Policy from New York University Abu Dhabi.
B.A. in Social Research and Public Policy, NYU Abu Dhabi