What if Sociologists had as Much Influence as Economists?

The New York Times
The New York Times highlighted work by Professor Jennifer Silva, sociology, as an example of how sociologists can shed light on economic and demographic trends that traditional economic analyses can’t fully capture. The story, “What if Sociologists had as Much Influence as Economists?”, noted that Silva’s work with young working-class adults provides a fuller picture of employment trends and their impact than a cut-and-dry economic assessment.

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