Ronald Mincy

Ronald Mincy, Ph.D., Professor of Social Policy and Social Work Practice, School of Social Work, Columbia University
Education: 
A.B., Harvard University, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ronald is the Maurice V. Russell Professor of Social Policy and Social Work Practice at Columbia University. He is a co-principal investigator of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study and a faculty member of the Columbia Population Research Center (CPRC). He is an advisory board member for the National Poverty Center, University of Michigan; Technical Work Group for the Office of Policy Research and Evaluation (OPRE); Transition to Fatherhood, Cornell University; the National Fatherhood Leaders Group; the Longitudinal Evaluation of the Harlem Children's Zone; and The Economic Mobility Project, Pew Charitable Trusts.

Ronald is also a former member of the Council, National Institute of Child and Human Development and the Policy Council, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, co-chair of the Grantmakers Income Security Taskforce and a board member of the Grantmakers for Children, Youth and Families.

Publications:

Mincy, R. B., Klempin, S., & Schmidt, H. (forthcoming). Income support policies for low-income men and noncustodial fathers: Tax and transfer programs. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

Smeeding, T. M., Garfinkel, I., & Mincy, R. B. (2011). Introduction: Young Disadvantaged Men: Fathers, Families, Poverty, and Policy. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 635(1), 6-21.

McLanahan, S., Garfinkel, I., Mincy, R. B., & Donahue, E. (2010). Introducing the issue. The Future of Children: Fragile Families, 20(2), 3-16.

Haldane, E. C., Mincy, R. B., & Miller, D. P. (2010). Racial disparities in men’s health and the transition to marriage among unmarried fathers. Journal of Family Issues, 31(9), 1183-1210.

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