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Scott Winship

Scott Winship

Walter B. Wriston Fellow
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212-599-7000

communications@manhattan-institute.org

Expertise

Economics/Economic Policy

Labor Economics

Economic Regulation

Tax Policy

Education

B.A. in sociology and urban studies

Northwestern University

Ph.D. in social policy

Harvard University

Biography

Scott Winship is the Walter B. Wriston Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Previously, he was a fellow at the Brookings Institution. Winship’s research interests include living standards and economic mobility, inequality, and insecurity. Earlier, he was research manager of the Economic Mobility Project of the Pew Charitable Trusts and a senior policy advisor at Third Way. Winship writes a column for Forbes.com; his research has been published in City Journal, National Affairs, National Review, The Wilson Quarterly, and Breakthrough Journal; and he contributed an essay on antipoverty policy to the ebook Room to Grow: Conservative Reforms for a Limited Government and a Thriving Middle Class (2014).

Winship has testified before Congress on poverty, inequality, and joblessness. He holds a B.A. in sociology and urban studies from Northwestern University and a Ph.D. in social policy from Harvard University.

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