William Haller * (Clemson University)
Heili Pals (Texas A&M University)
Neuma Aguiar (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil), John B. Casterline (Ohio State University), Thomas A. DiPrete (Columbia University), Patricia Fernandez-Kelly (Princeton University), Edward L. Fink (Temple University), David O. Hansen (Ohio State University), Vijai P. Singh (University of Pittsburgh), Joseph Woelfel (University at Buffalo), Meir Yaish (University of Haifa)
Olaide Adedokun (Lagos State University, Nigeria), Neuma Aguiar (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil), Aris Ananta (University of Indonesia), John B. Casterline (Ohio State University), Salete Cavalcanti (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil), Thomas A. DiPrete (Columbia University), Jose Drummond (University of Brasilia, Brazil), Mariah Evans (University of Nevada, Reno), Danielle Cireno Fernandes (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil), Edward L. Fink (Temple University), Gebrenegus Ghilagaber (Stockholm University, Sweden), William Haller (Clemson University), David O. Hansen (Ohio State University), Enrico A. Marcelli (San Diego State University), Letizia Mencarini (Bocconi University, Milan), Harsha Mookherjee (Tennessee Technical College), Yoshitaka Okada (Sophia University, Japan), Felicia Oyekanmi (University of Lagos, Nigeria), Heili Pals (Texas A&M University), Adela Pellegrino (Universidad de la República, Uruguay), Alejandro Portes (Princeton University), Ubaidur Rob (Population Council, Bangladesh), Vicente Rodriguez (Spanish National Research Council), A.K. Sharma (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India), Vijai P. Singh (University of Pittsburgh), Ibrahim Sirkeci (Regent’s University, London), Guy Stecklov (Hebrew University, Israel), A. Subbiah (Annamalai University, India), Vrijesh Tripathi (University of the West Indies), Shu-Ling Tsai (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Gustavo Verduzco (El Colegio de Mexico), Ricardo Vernon (INSAD, Mexico), Carol Walther (Northern Illinois University), Joseph Woelfel (University at Buffalo)
Dr. William Haller (Clemson University)
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*William John Haller is an Associate Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and a member of the Policy Studies Faculty at Clemson University, South Carolina. He is also a Faculty Affiliate at Princeton University’s Center for Migration and Development. He earned his Ph.D. in Sociology at The University of Pittsburgh. His research interests are international migration, globalization and development, social stratification, and economic sociology.
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