Hang Young Lee is a post-doctoral scholar in the Department of Sociology at Duke University. His areas of research span income and wealth inequality, social stratification and mobility, social capital, social network analysis, and economic sociology. He is currently studying the mobility into the top one percent in either income or net worth distributions, and social capital as a source of immigrant disadvantages in the labor market.
Sarah Mosseri is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Virginia. Her research investigates what it means to be a good worker and how moral understandings of work shape, and are shaped by, the structure of labor practices and relationships. As part of her dissertation, Sarah is currently conducting ethnographic research at four distinct research sites — a restaurant, marketing firm, tech startup and among ride-hail drivers — to examine how distinct meanings and patterns of trust at work emerge under different mechanisms of inequality.
Taekjin Shin is Assistant Professor of Management at the College of Business Administration at San Diego State University. His research interests concern corporate governance, executive compensation, wage inequality, organizational sociology, and economic sociology. He is currently studying the institutional explanation for the rise of executive compensation and the symbolic effect of shareholder-value orientation on the career outcomes of executive managers.