Joel Rogers

Joel Rogers


125 American Society: How It Really Works
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
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Curriculum Vitae

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)

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

Institute for Research on Poverty
Law School
Political Science
Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

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