This profile was current as of 2018, when she was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.
Pamela Paxton is professor of sociology and public affairs and the Christine and Stanley E. Adams, Jr. Centennial Professor in the Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. She also serves as project manager for formal and descriptive representation for the international Varieties of Democracy research team. Her intersecting research interests include pro-social behavior, politics, gender, social capital, and quantitative methodology.
In addition to many journal articles, Paxton is the coauthor of Women, Politics, and Power: A Global Perspective (3rd ed., 2016) and Nonrecursive Models: Endogeneity, Reciprocal Relationships, and Feedback Loops (2011), both from Sage.
Previously a consultant with the USAID Democracy and Governance Program, she holds a PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Poverty Measurement Scholar Named Distinguished Research Affiliate
Nov 28, 2017
Noted scholar of multidimensional poverty and human development Sabina Alkire has been named a 2017–19 Kellogg Institute Distinguished Research Affiliate.