John B. Williamson

Professor of Sociology
Boston College

John B. Williamson is a professor of sociology at Boston College. His primary research interests include aging policy and the politics of aging with a focus in recent years on Social Security policy, the proposed privatization of Social Security, and the comparative study of old-age security policy. Professor Williamson has published extensively in journals and has edited or authored more than a dozen books. He has served on the editorial boards of several journals and has been a reviewer or editorial consultant for numerous publishing houses. Professor Williamson has also presented his work at numerous conferences throughout the world and has chaired a variety of research committees.

Dr. Williamson earned his B.S. in humanities and science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. in social psychology from Harvard University.

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John Williamson’s Home Page
Boston College, Sociology Department

Most Recent CRR Publications


Brief

Older Workers: Lessons From Japan

Working Paper

Why Do Japanese Workers Remain in the Labor Force So Long?

Brief

Assessing The Notional Defined Contribution Model