Faculty & Staff
Mary Huff Stevenson, PhD
Professor Emerita of Economics
College of Liberal Arts
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100 Morrissey Blvd. Office Location: Wheatley Hall, 5th Floor, Room 30
Areas of Expertise
Urban Public Policy, Urban Poverty and Labor Market Problems, Economic Status of Women, Development of Urban Public Institutions.
PhD, Economics, University of Michigan
BA, Economics, Brandeis University
Professional Publications & Contributions
Professor Stevenson conducts research on unemployment rates, low-wage labor markets, women's wages and job segregation, and women and poverty. She is the author of The Determinants of Low Wages for Women Workers and a co-author of Low Wages and the Working Poor. With Barry Bluestone, she co-authored the book, The Boston Renaissance: Race, Space, and Economic Change in an American Metropolis (Russell Sage, 2000) which was selected as one of Choice Magazine's "Outstanding Academic Titles of 2000." She coauthored an urban policy textbook, The Urban Experience: Economics, Society, and Public Policy (Oxford, 2008) with Barry Bluestone and Russell Williams.