Assistant Research Scientist, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research
Pablo Mitnik is Assistant Research Scientist at the Center for Inequality Dynamics. His research focuses on intergenerational mobility, economic inequality, labor markets, and statistical methods. A large part of his recent work has aimed at improving the methodological approaches, statistical models, and data used to measure mobility and inequality of opportunity. His empirical research relies widely on tax and other administrative data. Current projects involve the study of wealth inequality and the transmission of wealth across generations, the policy and institutional determinants of intergenerational mobility, and the methodological and conceptual foundations of research in mobility and inequality of opportunity.
- Mitnik,Pablo Andres, Erin Cumberworth. 2021. Measuring Social Class with Changing Occupational Classifications: Reliability, Competing Measurement Strategies, and the 1970-1980 U.S. Classification Divide. Sociological Methods & Research 50(1):265-309.
- Mitnik,Pablo Andres. 2020. Intergenerational Income Elasticities, Instrumental Variable Estimation, and Bracketing Strategies. Sociological Methodology 50(1):1-46.
- Mitnik,Pablo Andres, David B. Grusky. 2020. The Intergenerational Elasticity of What? The Case for Redefining the Workhorse Measure of Economic Mobility. Sociological Methodology 50(1):47-95.
- Mitnik,Pablo Andres, Bryant, Victoria, Weber, Michael. 2019. The Intergenerational Transmission of Family-Income Advantages in the United States. Sociological Science 6:380-415.
- Mitnik,Pablo Andres, Erin Cumberworth, David B. Grusky. 2016. Social Mobility in a High-Inequality Regime. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 663(1):140-184.