I teach public policy classes in the political science department at Wheaton. In both my teaching and research, I explore the ways in which public policies influence dynamics between three main spheres of society: the state, the family, and the market. My current research project identifies the ways in which housing policy has contributed to key inequalities in income, wealth, age, gender, and race in both the United States and Europe.
You can read more about my research and teaching on my website: http://www.lindsayflynn.net
University of Virginia, Ph.D., Government (2011)
University of Virginia, M.A., Government (2007)
Albion College, B.A., Political Science (2005)
No Exit: Social Reproduction in an Era of Rising Income Inequality with Herman Mark Schwartz. Politics and Society (2017)
Can Unequal Distribution of Wealth Influence Vote Choice? with Piotr R. Pardowski, in David K. Jesuit and Russell Alan Williams (Eds.), Public Policy, Governance and Polarization: Making Governance Work. Routledge Critical Studies in Public Management (2017).
Childcare Markets and Maternal Employment: A Typology. Journal of European Social Policy (2017)
Delayed and Depressed: From Expensive Housing to Smaller Families. International Journal of Housing Policy (2016)