Ronald Kwon | Department of Sociology

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Ronald Kwon

Assistant Professor (PhD 2018 University of California, Riverside)
Research Interests: Immigration, Race and Ethnicity, Gender, Inequality and stratification, Political economy/World systems, Quantitative methods
288D Sycamore

Ronald Kwon received his PhD in Sociology from the University of California, Riverside. In 2018-19 he held an appointment at Yale as a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer with the Center for Empirical Research on Stratification & Inequality. He is interested in the global dynamics of international immigration, economic globalization, and rising interracial marriage and their subsequent impact on stratification outcomes. Much of his research focuses on the dynamic role that institutional environments play in shaping social relations between groups from a comparative perspective. His work has appeared in Social Forces, The Sociological Quarterly, Journal of International Migration and Integration, and Ethnicities.

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