• The Intergenerational Transmission of Smoking and Schooling (Maralani and McKee)

  • The Demography of Wealth Inequality: Marriage, Fertility, and Black-White Differences in Wealth (Maralani and Ozcan)

  • The Alignment of Education and Smoking in Families of Origin (Maralani)

  • Understanding the Links between Schooling and Smoking (Maralani)

  • Trends in social mobility and educational inequality in European countries during the twentieth century (Breen with Ruud Luijkx (Tilburg), Walter Mueller (Mannheim), Reinhard Pollak (Berlin) and Jan Jonsson (Stockholm))

  • Models of educational decision making (Breen with Anders Holm (Copenhagen))

  • Mechanisms of social and economic mobility (Breen with Jan Jonsson and Carina Mood (Stockholm))

  • Problems in the use and interpretation of non-linear probability models (Breen with Anders Holm and Kristian Karlson (Copenhagen))

  • The causal effect of parent’s college attendance on child’s college attendance: direct and indirect effects (Breen with Lawrence (Yale)).

  • Imprisonment and population health in wealthy democracies (Wildeman)

  • Imprisonment and its impact on the American Family (Wildeman)

  • Are Mass Imprisonment and the Future of Inequality in America (Wildeman)

  • Mapping the Known Universe: Applying Social Network Analysis to Problem Oriented Policing (Papachristos and Sierra-Arevalo)

  • Project Longevity: The Implementation and Evaluation of Gun Violence Reduction Strategies in New Haven (Papachristos, Meares [prof in Law School], Sierra-Arevalo, and Cheng)

  • Tragic, but not random: The Social Contagion of Non-Fatal Gunshot Injuries (Papachristos, Wildeman, and Roberto)

  • Connected in Crime: How Co-Offending Networks Shape Neighborhood Crime (Papachristos and Bastomski)

  • World Historical Trends in Capital Accumulation and the Causes of Financial Crisis (Plys)

  • Intergenerational Income Mobility Models (Breen & Choi)

  • Social Mobility in South Korea (Choi)

  • Dynamics of Racial Segregation: An Agent-Based Modeling Approach (Roberto)

  • Inequality in Early Education (Wilson)