I am the Sarofim Family Career Development Assistant Professor of work and organizations at MIT Sloan School of Management, researching wage and earnings inequality, economic sociology and the sociology of labor. I am affiliated with the Institute for Work and Employment Research and the Economic Sociology program.
I study how shifting relations between companies affect wage inequality and earnings growth. Rising earnings inequality since the 1970s has come mostly from growing wage differences between different companies, not between co-workers. Drawing on economic sociology, I provide new evidence on the distributional effects of shifting supply chains, rising product market concentration and job restructuring.
My research appears in the American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology and Social Forces. It has been covered in media outlets including The Washington Post, Nature: Human Behavior, Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, The Hill, The Boston Globe, NBC News and CNBC.