The sorting of individuals into spatial and social contexts defines group memberships. Memberships reveal pre-existing inequalities and produce new inequalities in their own right. This conference brings together leading economists and sociologists who study how memberships and social interactions drive social inequality. Sessions pair economists and sociologists to discuss topics in segregation, neighborhood effects, social networks, and models of social interaction.

Private Event

Attendance is by invitation only. If interested in attending please contact coordinator.hceo@gmail.com