PhD Candidate in Sociology
Nathan Wilmers is a PhD candidate in Harvard's sociology department researching wage and earnings inequality, economic sociology, and the sociology of labor. His current research draws on economic sociology and provides new evidence on the distributional effects of supply chain restructuring, rising project market concentration and skill segregation across firms. He is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, a fellow in the Inequality and Social Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School, and an affiliate of the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. His research appears in the American Journal of Sociology and Social Forces, and has been covered in The Washington Post, NBC News and CNBC.
- 2017, Unions, managers and monopolies: how concentration and managerial power contribute to rising wage inequality, $15,000