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    particularly in China Both research agendas explore the emergence of social structure and the subsequent effect of social structure on the behaviors of actors Some of my recent work has explored the one percent of wealth owners religion and inequality immigrant wealth ownership Chinese American attainment and business networks in China My work on wealth includes research into the growing concentration of wealth and the factors that affect wealth accumulation over the life course For example I have studied the role that contemporary work arrangements religious affiliation and immigration play in shaping wealth ownership and other SES outcomes I also study business networks including relations among firms in China and how these shape firm performance survival and structure Publications Keister LA 2008 Value clusters and Inequality Aldirch HE Kim P Keister LA 2007 Access Not Denied The Impact of Financial Human and Cultural Capital on Entrepreneurial Entry in the United States Small Business Economics Keister LA McGrath D 2007 Nonstandard Workers and Asset Accumulation Work and Occupations Yamokoski A Keister LA 2007 The Wealth of Single Women Marital Status and Parenthood in the Asset Accumulation of Young Baby Boomers in the United States Keister LA 2007 Upward wealth mobility Exploring

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    DuPRI s Population Research Center Overview I am an economic sociologist who studies wealth inequality particularly in the United States and organizations particularly in China Both research agendas explore the emergence of social structure and the subsequent effect of social structure on the behaviors of actors Some of my recent work has explored the one percent of wealth owners religion and inequality immigrant wealth ownership Chinese American attainment and business networks in China My work on wealth includes research into the growing concentration of wealth and the factors that affect wealth accumulation over the life course For example I have studied the role that contemporary work arrangements religious affiliation and immigration play in shaping wealth ownership and other SES outcomes I also study business networks including relations among firms in China and how these shape firm performance survival and structure Publications Keister LA Moller S 2006 Wealth Inequality in the United States 2005 Entrepreneurship Keister LA 2005 Getting Rich America s New Rich and How They Got That Way Keister LA Xu T 2005 Inland Development in China Keister LA 2005 Interfirm Relations in Business Groups Group Structure and Firm Performance in China Keister LA 2005 Research in the Sociology

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    Sociology Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Overview I am an economic sociologist who studies wealth inequality particularly in the United States and organizations particularly in China Both research agendas explore the emergence of social structure and the subsequent effect of social structure on the behaviors of actors Some of my recent work has explored the one percent of wealth owners religion and inequality immigrant wealth ownership Chinese American attainment and business networks in China My work on wealth includes research into the growing concentration of wealth and the factors that affect wealth accumulation over the life course For example I have studied the role that contemporary work arrangements religious affiliation and immigration play in shaping wealth ownership and other SES outcomes I also study business networks including relations among firms in China and how these shape firm performance survival and structure Publications Haveman HA Keister LA 2004 The Dynamics of Domain Overlap Effects on Financial Performance Growth and Failure Keister LA 2004 The New Economic Sociology Developments in an Emerging Field by Mauro Guillen Randall Collins Paula England and Marshall Meyer Work and Occupations Keister LA 2004 Wealth Distribution Keister LA Moller S 2004 Wealth Inequality

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    China Both research agendas explore the emergence of social structure and the subsequent effect of social structure on the behaviors of actors Some of my recent work has explored the one percent of wealth owners religion and inequality immigrant wealth ownership Chinese American attainment and business networks in China My work on wealth includes research into the growing concentration of wealth and the factors that affect wealth accumulation over the life course For example I have studied the role that contemporary work arrangements religious affiliation and immigration play in shaping wealth ownership and other SES outcomes I also study business networks including relations among firms in China and how these shape firm performance survival and structure Publications Keister LA 2002 Adapting to Radical Change Strategy and Environment in Piece Rate Adoption During China s Transition Organization Science 13 459 474 Keister LA 2002 Banking and Financial Markets in Sociology Annual Review of Sociology 28 39 61 Keister LA 2002 Corporate Labor Policies and Practices During China s Transition An Exploration of Implications for Stratification Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 19 169 185 Keister LA 2002 Financial Markets Money and Banking Annual Review of Sociology 28 39 61 Keister LA

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    and organizations particularly in China Both research agendas explore the emergence of social structure and the subsequent effect of social structure on the behaviors of actors Some of my recent work has explored the one percent of wealth owners religion and inequality immigrant wealth ownership Chinese American attainment and business networks in China My work on wealth includes research into the growing concentration of wealth and the factors that affect wealth accumulation over the life course For example I have studied the role that contemporary work arrangements religious affiliation and immigration play in shaping wealth ownership and other SES outcomes I also study business networks including relations among firms in China and how these shape firm performance survival and structure Publications Keister LA 2002 Wealth Distribution Poverty and Social Welfare in America An Encyclopedia Keister LA 2002 Wealth Distribution Keister LA 2002 Wealth Inequality Keister LA Deeb Sossa N 2001 Are Baby Boomers Richer Than Their Parents Intergenerational Patterns of Wealth Ownership in the U S Journal of Marriage and the Family 62 569 579 Keister LA 2001 Between Politics and Markets Firms Competition and Institutional Change in Post Mao China by Yi min Lin The American Journal of Sociology

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    the social setting affect economic outcomes She develops theories of networks and has introduced identity into economic thinking Her research contributes to many fields including microeconomics economic development and industrial organization In Identity Economics Rachel Kranton and collaborator George Akerlof introduce a general framework to study social norms and identity in economics In the economics of networks Rachel Kranton develops formal models of strategic interaction in different economic settings Her work draws on empirical findings and integrates new mathematical tools to uncover how network structures influence economic outcomes Rachel Kranton has a long standing interest in development economics and institutions She focuses on the costs and benefits of networks and informal exchange which is economic activity mediated by social relationships rather than markets Publications Bramoullé Y Kranton R 2007 Risk sharing across communities American Economic Review 97 2 70 74 Bramoulle Y Kranton R 2007 Risk sharing networks Journal of Economic Behavior Organization 64 3 4 275 294 Bramoullé Y Kranton R 2007 Risk sharing networks Journal of Economic Behavior Organization 64 3 4 SPEC ISS 275 294 Kranton R Minehart D 2007 The formation of industrial Supply networks 44 76 Kranton R Minehart D 2007 The formation of industrial

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    James B Duke Professor of Economics Professor of Economics Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Overview Rachel Kranton studies how institutions and the social setting affect economic outcomes She develops theories of networks and has introduced identity into economic thinking Her research contributes to many fields including microeconomics economic development and industrial organization In Identity Economics Rachel Kranton and collaborator George Akerlof introduce a general framework to study social norms and identity in economics In the economics of networks Rachel Kranton develops formal models of strategic interaction in different economic settings Her work draws on empirical findings and integrates new mathematical tools to uncover how network structures influence economic outcomes Rachel Kranton has a long standing interest in development economics and institutions She focuses on the costs and benefits of networks and informal exchange which is economic activity mediated by social relationships rather than markets Publications Kranton RE Minehart DF 2000 Competition for goods in buyer seller networks Review of Economic Design 5 3 301 331 Akerlof G 2000 Economics and Identity Quarterly Journal of Economics CXV 3 715 733 Akerlof GA Kranton RE 2000 Economics and identity The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 3 715 753

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    within DuPRI John Franklin Crowell Professor Emeritus of Sociology Overview I received my Ph D in sociology and mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969 After a year of postdoctoral study in mathematical statistics at Columbia University in New York City I taught there and was a member of the staff of the Russell Sage Foundation for three years I then was successively a member of the faculties of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and the University of Texas at Austin before joining the Duke Sociology Department as Chairman in 1986 I served as Chair of Sociology from January 1986 to August 1997 My main research interests are contemporary social trends and quality of life measurement social problems demography criminology organizations and mathematical and statistical models and methods for the study of social and demographic processes I have done extensive research in each of these areas and have been elected a Fellow of the American Statistical Association 1978 the Sociological Research Association 1981 the American Association for the Advancement of Science 1992 the International Society for Quality of Life Studies 1997 and the American Society of Criminology 2004 I teach Contemporary Social Problems SOCIOL 111 Advanced Methods of Demographic Analysis and the Demography of Aging Proseminar SOCIOL 750S My other interests include tennis jogging 10 kilometers and music Publications Yang YC Land KC 2015 Review of Age Period Cohort Analysis New Models Methods and Empirical Applications Journal of the American Statistical Association 110 509 457 457 Reither EN Masters RK Yang YC Powers DA Zheng H Land KC 2015 Should age period cohort studies return to the methodologies of the 1970s Social Science Medicine 128 356 365 Reither EN Masters RK Yang YC Powers DA Zheng H Land KC 2015 Should age period cohort studies

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