Publications

2000
Wilson WJ. The State of American Cities. Social Exclusion and the Future of Cities, London School of Economics CASEpaper 35. 2000 :21-31.
1999
Wilson WJ. The Plight of the Inner-City Black Male. In: Besharov DJ America’s Disconnected Youth: Toward a Preventive Strategy. Child Welfare League of America Press and American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: Washington, DC ; 1999. pp. 31-48.
Wilson WJ. Excerpts from The Bridge Over the Racial Divide: Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics: “Affirming Opportunity”. The American Prospect. 1999;September-October :61-64.
Wilson WJ. When Work Disappears: New Implications for Race and Urban Poverty in the Global Economy. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies. 3 ; 1999. pp. 22.
The Bridge over the Racial Divide: Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics
Wilson WJ. The Bridge over the Racial Divide: Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics. Berkeley: University of California Press; 1999. Publisher's Version
1998
Wilson WJ. Engaging Publics in Sociological Dialogue through the Media. Contemporary Sociology. 1998;27 (5) :435-438.
Wilson WJ. African Americans and the Changing Structure of Work. In: Afropaedia (The Perseus Africana Encyclopedia) . Cambridge: Perseus Publishing ; 1998.
Wilson WJ. Jobless Poverty: A New Form of Social Dislocation in the Inner-City Ghetto. In: Moen P, Dempster-McClain D, Walker H A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society. Ithaca: Cornell University ; 1998.
Wilson WJ. The Role of the Environment in the Black-White Test Score Gap. In: Jencks C, Phillips M The Black-White Test Score Gap. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press ; 1998. pp. 501-10.
Wilson WJ. Jobless Ghettos: The Impact of the Disappearance of Work in Segregated Neighborhoods. In: The State of Black America 1998. New York : National Urban League ; 1998. pp. 89-107.
Wilson WJ, Quane JM, Rankin BH. The New Urban Poverty: Consequences of the Economic and Social Decline of Inner- City Neighborhoods. In: The Millennium Breach, Richer, Poorer and Racially Apart: A Thirty Year Update of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Washington, DC: The Milton S. Eisenhower Foundation ; 1998. pp. Appendix I.
Wilson WJ. Interview “Segregation aux Etats-Unis: l’effet cumulatif”. Urbanisme. 1998;298 (January-February) :42-45.
1997
Wilson WJ. Interview . Evaluation Forum . 1997;12 (Summer) :38-42.
Wilson WJ. Interview “Class, race, pauvreté aux Etats-Unis”. Quart Monde. 1997;161 :53-58.
Wilson WJ. Foreword to Ensuring Inequality: The Structural Transformation of the African- American Family. In: New York : Oxford University Press ; 1997.
Wilson WJ. The New Social Inequality and Affirmative Opportunity. In: Greenberg SB, Skocpol T The New Majority: Toward a Popular Progressive Politics. New Haven : Yale University Press ; 1997. pp. 57-77.
Wilson WJ. Jobless Ghettos: The Social Implications of the Disappearance of Work in Segregated Neighborhoods. In: Marshall R Restoring Broadly Shared Prosperity. Austin, Texas: Economic Policy Institute & Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas ; 1997. pp. 47-62.
Wilson WJ. Foreword to Poverty, Place and Urban School Reform. In: New York : Teachers College Press ; 1997.
Wilson WJ. Personal Journey into Sociology, “How Societal Changes Help Shape My Views on Race Relations and Urban Poverty”. In: Sociology, Fourth Edition. Prentice Hall ; 1997.
Wilson WJ. Toward a Broader Vision of Inner-City Poverty. In: Erikson K Sociological Visions. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers ; 1997. pp. 123-51.

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