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  • Thumbnail for The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth
    The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth by Corwin, Theodore, III

    The United States incarcerates its citizens at rates higher than those of any other developed nation in the world, straining both its budgets and communities. The long-run effects of incarceration have been receiving more attention in the past two decades, but little research addresses incarceration’s effects on earnings trajectory. Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1997, I implement propensity score matching to model the treatment effects of incarceration on wage growth rates, controlling for individual characteristics that influence labor market outcomes.

  • Thumbnail for The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth
    The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth by Corwin, Theodore, III

    The United States incarcerates its citizens at rates higher than those of any other developed nation in the world, straining both its budgets and communities. The long-run effects of incarceration have been receiving more attention in the past two decades, but little research addresses incarceration’s effects on earnings trajectory. Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1997, I implement propensity score matching to model the treatment effects of incarceration on wage growth rates, controlling for individual characteristics that influence labor market outcomes.

  • Thumbnail for The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth
    The New Glass Ceiling: Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth by Corwin, Theodore, III

    The United States incarcerates its citizens at rates higher than those of any other developed nation in the world, straining both its budgets and communities. The long-run effects of incarceration have been receiving more attention in the past two decades, but little research addresses incarceration’s effects on earnings trajectory. Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1997, I implement propensity score matching to model the treatment effects of incarceration on wage growth rates, controlling for individual characteristics that influence labor market outcomes.

  • Thumbnail for The New Glass Ceiling - Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth
    The New Glass Ceiling - Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth by Corwin, Theodore, III

    The United States incarcerates its citizens at rates higher than those of any other developed nation in the world, straining both its budgets and communities. The long-run effects of incarceration have been receiving more attention in the past two decades, but little research addresses incarceration’s effects on earnings trajectory. Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1997, I implement propensity score matching to model the treatment effects of incarceration on wage growth rates, controlling for individual characteristics that influence labor market outcomes.

  • Thumbnail for The New Glass Ceiling Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth
    The New Glass Ceiling Incarceration’s Effects on Lifetime Wage Growth by Corwin, Theodore, III

    The United States incarcerates its citizens at rates higher than those of any other developed nation in the world, straining both its budgets and communities. The long-run effects of incarceration have been receiving more attention in the past two decades, but little research addresses incarceration’s effects on earnings trajectory. Using the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1997, I implement propensity score matching to model the treatment effects of incarceration on wage growth rates, controlling for individual characteristics that influence labor market outcomes.

  • Thumbnail for The Music of Incarceration: A Review of Literature on Music Education in United States Prisons
    The Music of Incarceration: A Review of Literature on Music Education in United States Prisons by Huschle, Ian

    In my Capstone paper in Music, I explore the history, social contexts, and dynamics of music programs in United States prisons. I trace the history of early penal systems in the United States, focusing on the interplay of religious and philosophical ideas and the evolution of prisons, and move toward a discussion of prisons in the past two hundred years, exploring how population, race, gender, and social philosophy play into these penal systems. Throughout, I touch upon the role of music and arts in prisons, considering how creative expression has been regarded by prisoners and by prison administrations. Finally, I discuss music programs in a recent context, while proposing ways for music programs in prisons to be more effective, just, and sustainable.