Dr. Jon Agnone is the director and co-founder of NSRG. Dr. Agnone received his Ph.D. in the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington. He has nearly twenty years experience in the social research field, having engaged in every aspect of major research endeavors. Dr. Agnone has worked with various organizations in a research capacity--from non-profits and foundations, to labor unions and academic institutions.
Frances Contreras (Report Development Team Member, Jon Agnone). 2013. Investing in our Collective Future: Creating Prosperity in Washington State Through Latino Higher Education Attainment. Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges. Olympia, WA. (PDF)
Jon Agnone and Tyler Corwin. 2013. Entry-Level Job Requirements: An Assessment of Seattle-Area Employers. Seattle Jobs Initiative. Seattle, WA. (PDF)
Jon Agnone and Devin Kelly. 2009. ILWU Contract Negotiations: The Confluence of Politics, Economics and Labor. Report for the Washington State Legislature funded by Washington State Labor Research Grant, 2008-2009. (PDF)
Margaret Levi, David Olson, Jon Agnone and Devin Kelly. 2008. Union Democracy Reexamined. Report for the Washington State Legislature funded by Washington State Labor Research Grant, 2007-2008.
Lori Pfingst, Erin Maher, Jon Agnone, Heidi Berman. 2007. A Closer Look: A Regional Snapshot of Women & Girls in Western Washington. Women’s Funding Alliance/Human Services Policy Center. Seattle, WA: University of Washington. (PDF)
Erik Johnson, Jon Schreiner, and Jon Agnone. “The Effect of New York Times Event Coding Techniques on Social Movement Analyses of Protest Data.” Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change 40: 263-291. (PDF)
Erik Johnson, Jon Agnone and John McCarthy. 2010 “Movement Organizations, Synergistic Tactics and Environmental Public Policy.” Social Forces 88, 5: 2267-2292. (PDF)
Debra Minkoff and Jon Agnone. 2010. “Consolidating Social Change: The Consequences of Foundation Funding for Developing Movement Infrastructures.” American Foundations: Roles and Contributions. David C. Hammack and Helmut K. Anheier, eds., Brookings Institution Press.
Jon Agnone. 2009. Review of Assets, Livelihoods, and Social Policy, edited by Caroline Moser and Anis A. Dani,Contemporary Sociology 38, 4: 366-367. (PDF)
Margaret Levi, David Olson, Jon Agnone and Devin Kelly. 2009. "Union Democracy Reexamined." Politics & Society, 37: 203-228. (PDF)
Debra Minkoff, Silke Aisenbrey, and Jon Agnone. 2008. “Organizational Diversity in the U.S. Advocacy Sector.”Social Problems, 55: 525–548. (PDF)
Jon Agnone. 2007. "Amplifying Public Opinion: The Policy Impact of the U.S. Environmental Movement." Social Forces, 85: 1593-1620. (PDF)
Craig Jenkins, David Jacobs and Jon Agnone. 2003. "The Development of Civil Rights Protest, 1947-1997: Collective Grievances, Mobilizing Structures and Political Opportunities." American Journal of Sociology, 109: 277-303. (PDF) [Reprinted in Readings on Social Movements: Origins, Dynamics, and Outcomes, Doug McAdam and David Snow, eds, Oxford University Press (2009).]
Jon Agnone. “Racial Inequality in Wealth: Do Labor Unions Matter?” Book Manuscript Revision in Process.
Jon Agnone. 2012. "Occupy Wall Street Port Shutdowns and the ILWU." Invited blog entry for Center for the Study of Social Movements at Notre Dame.
LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonagnone/
Full resume/curriculum vitae available upon request.