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Class and Inequality

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The Section on Class and Inequality supports scholars of politics who study the political causes and consequences of economic inequality, social class stratification, and mobility and opportunity.

Founded: 2014
Yearly membership dues: $5.00 for students and $10.00 for other members. 

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Section Officers

Nicholas Carnes
Duke University
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Karen Long-Jusko
Stanford University
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Christopher Faricy
Syracuse University
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2018 Annual Meeting Program Chair
Nicholas Carnes
Duke University
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Cory Maks-Solomon
The George Washington University
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Section Awards

All section 45. Class and Inequality awards to-date »

Best Paper Award

Awarded to the best paper presented on the topic of economic or social class inequality at the American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting.

Previous recipients »

Nominations due: November 15, 2017

American Political Science Association
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Washington, DC 20036-1206
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