Ian Lundberg will present "Shifting Sources of Gender Inequality: The Declining Effect of Children on Women’s Wages” and Sophie Moullin will present "Feeling Unequal: Mental Health in the Reproduction of Social Class.”
Ian Lundberg received a BA in sociology and statistics from Harvard College in 2015. He is interested in the family as an institution which both shapes and responds to inequality. As an undergraduate, he investigated the effect of motherhood on women’s labor market outcomes and the association between wage improvements and men’s marriage timing. In future projects, Ian plans to continue studying the family, inequality, and social stratification.
Sophie Moullin is in the joint program in Sociology and Social Policy with the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She received a B.A. in Social and Political Science from the University of Cambridge, and a Masters in Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences from Columbia University, where she was a US-UK Fulbright Scholar. Between 2008 and 2010, Sophie was a Senior Policy Advisor in social policy in the UK Prime Minister's strategy unit. A member of Princeton’s Office of Population Research, she is primarily interested in inequality, social mobility, demography, and child and family wellbeing.