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HARVARD SCHOLARS
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Cohort XXI (2014 - 2016)

cohort 21
Adam Sacarny, Ruth Bloch-Rubin, Adam Goldstein

RBR

Ruth Bloch-Rubin received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2014. She studies partisan organizations and legislative institutions in the United States. Her dissertation examines the development of organized blocs within congressional parties, with the aim of understanding why these intraparty organizations form and how they impact the legislative process. As a Scholar, she will explore Congressional efforts to improve the health of historically marginalized and vulnerable populations.


1730 Cambridge St. S-426
Cambridge, MA  02138
Voice: 617-496-6219
Fax: 617-496-1636
rblochrubin@rwj.harvard.edu
Ruth Bloch-Rubin's website

AG

Adam Goldstein received his PhD in sociology at the University of California, Berkeley in 2014. His research focuses on the economic sociology of financial capitalism in the contemporary United States. His dissertation examines how labor market insecurity and growing inequality have shaped households’ incorporation into financial markets since the 1980s. Upon completing the program, he will assume a position as Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton.

 

1730 Cambridge St. S-427
Cambridge, MA  02138
Voice: 617-496-6075
Fax: 617-496-1636
agoldstein@rwj.harvard.edu

AS

Adam Sacarny holds a PhD in Economics from MIT. His dissertation focuses on the distribution and determinants of health care productivity, with a particular emphasis on payment policy. His research utilizes approaches from industrial organization and labor economics and applies them to the health care sector. In the future, he looks forward to studying Medicaid managed care and long-term care. After completing the Program, he will begin a position as Assistant Professor in the Health Policy and Management Department of the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.


1730 Cambridge St. S-427
Cambridge, MA  02138
Voice: 617-496-6070
Fax: 617-496-1636
sacarny@rwj.harvard.edu
Adam Sacarny's Website

   

 

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