Kathryn EdinKathryn Edin, a sociologist, is a Professor at Princeton University. She specializes in the study of people living on welfare. Two of her books are ''Making ends meet: how single mothers survive welfare and low-wage work,'' and ''Promises I can keep: why poor women put motherhood before marriage''.
She received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 1989, with a thesis on "There's a lot of month left at the end of the money: how welfare recipients in Chicago make ends meet"
In February 2014, Edin was named a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University for her accomplishments as an interdisciplinary researcher and excellence in teaching the next generation of scholars. In 2018, she moved to Princeton University as a Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Provided by Wikipedia
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