Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Bloustein School, Rutgers University
The institution of marriage is faltering in the United States, especially among black Americans. Culture is not the cause, Mouzon argues, because black women value marriage even more highly than whites. Boosting the economic prospects of black men can make them more willing and attractive marital partners.
Associate Professor of Management and Organizations, Kellogg School, Northwestern University
As public regulations are weakened, voluntary groups are attempting to police business. But their campaigns are dependent on media coverage and easily watered down. Joint efforts by government and advocates work better.