Joel Rogers

Joel Rogers

Classes:

Law 940 Law and Contemporary Problems
Soc 125 American Society: How It Really Works
Soc 919 Productive Democracy: 21st Century Egalitarian Possibilities

Professor of Law, Political Science, Public Affairs, & Sociology
7114B Sewell Social Sciences
(608) 262-4266
Assistant Michelle Bright: email; web page
(608) 890-2543
jrogers@ssc.wisc.edu
Alternate Webpage
Office Hours: by appt (Spr'14)

Selected Publications:
Cities at Work: Progressive Local Policies to Rebuild the Middle Class (2014)

Alternatives to Capitalism: Using State and Local Policies (2013)

Productive Democracy (2012)

Productive Democracy Addendum (2011)

American Society: How it Really Works (2010)

MetroFutures (1999)

Education:
Ph.D., Princeton University; JD, Yale Law School, 1976

Departmental Areas of Interest:
Class Analysis and Historical Change
Communities and Urban Sociology
Economic Change and Development
Economic Sociology
General Social Theory
Law and Society
Political Sociology

Affiliations:
Institute for Research on Poverty
Law School
Political Science
Robert M. LaFollette School of Public Affairs
Sociology

Research Interest Statement:
Democracy how to define, measure, achieve, improve