The Social Cost of Mass Incarceration: A Labor Market Perspective
Weiman specializes in 19th- and 20th-century U.S. economic history and the political economy of contemporary U.S. criminal justice policy. His current research is on the formation of the American monetary union, and on the origins and labor market impacts of the regime of "mass incarceration."
Weiman, David F., "The Social Cost of Mass Incarceration: A Labor Market Perspective" (2016). Phi Beta Kappa Lectures. 5.