Cristobal Young is Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology.
Economic Sociology, Labor Markets, Public Policy, Statistical Methodology.
Recent Papers and Book Chapters:
- “Model Uncertainty in Sociological Research: An Application to Religion and Economic Growth.” American Sociological Review. Vol. 74(3):380-97. 2009.
- “The Emergence of Sociology from Political Economy in the United States: 1880-1940.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 45(2):91-116. 2009. (Lead article. Won best graduate student paper award from ASA History of Sociology section.)
- Trends in New Jersey Migration: Housing, Employment, and Taxation. Princeton University, Policy Research Institute for the Region. (First author with Douglas S. Massey and Charles Varner) 2008. Reported in the New York Times, the Star-Ledger, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
- “The Politics, Mathematics, and Morality of Economics: a Review Essay on Robert Nelson’s Economics as Religion.” Socio-Economic Review. Vol. 3(1):161-172. 2005.