OPR Dissertations

This is a list of OPR dissertations since 1951. The titles marked with link are links to a dissertation abstract, often with an option to access the full text in PDF format. For some recent dissertations the full text is available via Princeton's DSpace. In other cases the student has opted for open access via PQDT Open. For still others the full text is available via ProQuest and you wll be able to download it if your institution subscribes to this service. In all cases the link takes you to the best option available. In addition, all dissertations are available as part of the Ansley J. Coale collection in the Stokes library.

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  • 2016

Janeria A. Easley
Getting a Job, Getting to Work: Hidden Inequality in Spatial Mismatch Among US Ethnoracial Groups.

Kerstin Gentsch
How Admission Policy Shapes College Access: Evidence from Two Sectors.

Joanne W. Golann
Scripting the Moves: Class, Control, and Urban School Reform.

Aaron J. Gottlieb
Mass Incarceration in the United States: New Evidence on Implications and Ways Forward.

Patrick Ishizuka
Culture or Constraints? Parenthood and the Persistence of Inequality.

Jonathan C. Tannen
Measuring Cities’ Internal Demographic Change as the Movement of Emergent Boundaries.

Saul Thorkelson
Diversity amidst Nationalism: Anti-Immigrant Sentiment and Democratic Inclusion in Europe and the United States.

Amy K. Winter
Integrating Data, Demography, and Dynamics to Inform Vaccination Policy: Measles and Rubella in a Changing World.

Jessica Yiu
Tiger Children in "New" and "Old" Immigrant Destinations: Understanding the Low versus High Educational Expectations of Chinese Youth in Spain, Italy and the United States.