Jose Loya

Dissertation Title: 

Social Stratification in the Housing Market Post the Great Recession 

Faculty Advisors: 

Chenoa Flippen, Camille Charles, Tukufu Zuberi

Research Interests: 

Race/Ethnicity, Social Stratification, Housing, Quantitative Methodology, and Immigrant Incorporation


Jose Loya is a sixth-year Ph.D Candidate in Sociology. He investigates homeownership and mortgage patterns by race and ethnicity in the U.S. over the course of the most recent economic recession. Broadly, he is interested in the dynamics of social stratification found in housing, wealth, and the credit market. He received his M.A in Statistics from the Wharton School of Business and he received his B.A from Brown, where he studied Economics and Urban Studies.

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