Comparative welfare states, social stratification and inter-generational mobility, family demography and the transformation of gender relations in advanced societies
About this Fellow
Complexity and power theories as well as theories of individual and group cognition related to heuristics, analogies, and integrative thinking. Strategy as 'simple rules', strategic interaction in novel markets and ecosystems, strategy making by boards
- Stanford Warren Ascherman Professor, Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Criminology: Situational Action Theory, crime as moral actions, social ecology of crime, crime & human development, knowledge-based crime prevention policy.
Social policy & social gerontology including polictical economy, comparitive research in Europe & East Asia, & the theory & application of social quality
Education at the interfaces of culture, policy and practice, usually though not exclusively in the primary phase: pedagogy, classroom discourse, curriculum, comparative/international education, education for development.