Steven Raphael

Steven Raphael

Title
Professor of Public Policy
Department
Goldman School of Public Policy
Phone
510-643-0536
Research Expertise and Interest
crime, public policy, employment discrimination, labor economics, racial inequality, urban economics, and criminal justice policy
Description

Steven Raphael's primary fields of concentration are labor and urban economics. Raphael has authored several research projects investigating the relationship between racial segregation in housing markets and the relative employment prospects of African-Americans. Raphael has also written theoretical and empirical papers on the economics of discrimination, the role of access to transportation in determining employment outcomes, the relationship between unemployment and crime, the role of peer influences on youth behavior, the effect of trade unions on wage structures, homelessness, the economics of crime, and criminal justice policy

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