Alexander Roehrkasse
Postdoctoral Associate

I'm a sociologist whose research focuses on inequality, families and children, crime and punishment, and quantitative and historical methods. I am especially interested in the ways that families interact with the legal, criminal justice, and financial systems, with consequences for racial and gender equity and child welfare. I also work on developing new, large-scale sources of longitudinal administrative data.

Current Research Interests

Inequality, family and children, crime and punishment, gender, law, historical sociology, economic sociology, quantitative methods

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