The military and incarceration: Hidden mechanisms of racial inequality in the U.S. labor market, 1980-2010

Grant Type: doctoral

Grant Year: 2015

Grant Amount: $15,000

Grant description:

This project will study the rise of mass incarceration in relation to military downsizing. The author will determine whether the military-penal crossover, occurring in the 1990s and continuing through the present, has reinforced racial inequality in the labor market, with blacks experiencing more incarceration while decreasingly enlisting in the military.


JooHee Han

Grant Categories

The Labor Market


Race & Ethnicity

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