Ph.D. - UC Berkeley, 2003
Areas of Specialization: Fiscal Sociology, Social Movements, Political Sociology, Social Policy.
Isaac William Martin is a professor in the Department of Sociology and the Urban Studies and Planning Program at the University of California, San Diego.
His research concerns the relationship between social movements and public policy. His first book, The Permanent Tax Revolt, won the President's Book Award from the Social Science History Association, and received an honorable mention for the Distinguished Scholarship Award of the Pacific Sociological Association. He has also co-edited two books about the history and politics of taxation, and has published articles about social movements and public policy in the American Journal of Sociology, the Law and Society Review, and the Urban Affairs Review.
SOCI 152 - Social Inequality and Public Policy
SOCIG 206- Quantitative Methods II
SOCG 214 - Urban Sociology