|Margaret Weir, Jessica Schirmer “America’s Two Worlds of Welfare: Subnational Institutions and Social Assistance in Metropolitan America,” . Perspectives on Politics. 2018; 16 (2) : 380-399.|
Margaret Weir, Charlie Eaton
“The Power of Coalitions: Advancing the Public in California’s Public-Private Welfare State,” .
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|1986||PhD||University of Chicago|
Matina S. Horner Distinguished Visiting Professor, Radcliffe Institute, 2011-12
National Academy of Social Insurance, Member 2008
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Fellow, 2007
MacArthur Foundation, Principal Investigator, Chair, Network on Building Resilient Regions, 2005-2013; $4,400,000
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Investigator Award, 2005-08, $274,995
MacArthur Foundation, Project Planning Grant, Building Successful Regions, Principal Investigator, 2004-06, $400,000
Department of Political Science, Brown University
Watson Institute, Brown University
Co-Chair, Working Group on Distribution, Social Science Research Council
|PLCY 2475 - Social Justice and Advocacy: Organizations, Strategies, and Framing|
|POLS 1325 - Political Organizations and Social Change in America|
|POLS 1824D - Power and Prosperity in Urban America|
|POLS 1824K - The American Welfare State in Comparative Perspective|