How have changes in the structure of the global economy thrown long settled features of distribution into question? Distinctive national institutions and politics filter economic shifts, and this working group seeks to understand how politics, the economy, and civil society intertwine to set the stage for a future settlement that may be different from country to country.
The topics this working group explores include:
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Working Group Co-chairs
Damon Wells Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Wilson Professor of International and Public Affairs and Political Science, Brown University
Elizabeth Oltmans Ananat (Duke University), Ben Ansell (Oxford University), Carles Boix (Princeton University), Andrea Campbell (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Donald Davis (Columbia University), Andra Gillespie (Emory University), Jane Gingrich (Oxford University), Jacob Hacker (Yale University), Alice Kessler-Harris (Columbia University), K. Sabeel Rahman (Brooklyn Law School), Kathleen Thelen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Jonathan Rodden (Stanford University), Douglas S. Massey (Princeton University).
The following contributors have also supported the mission of the working group:
Stephen Ansolabehere (Harvard University), Desmond King (Oxford University), Ilyana Kuziemko (Princeton University), Kimberly Morgan (George Washington University), Bruno Palier (Paris School of International Affairs), Andreas Wiedemann (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)