CEPR
Niki T. Dickerson, Senior Research Associate

Niki T. Dickerson (Ph.D., University of Michigan, Sociology) studies the structural features of the U.S. labor market that enable or hinder access to employment opportunities for marginalized workers. Her current work investigates the role of residential segregation in the job allocation process and patterns of race/gender occupational segregation in the U.S. labor market. The National Academy of Science recently awarded her a HUD post-doctoral fellowship to study the impact of residential segregation on the race gap in unemployment and other employment outcomes for blacks and Latinos in marginalized communities in U.S. metropolitan areas.

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