Noah Lewin-Epstein is Professor of Sociology at Tel-Aviv University and past Dean of the Faculty of Social Science. He currently heads the graduate program on Migration Studies.
He received the PhD from the University of Chicago in 1982. His areas of interest include social inequality, ethnic stratification, and migration. His research has extensively addressed the relationship between economic structure and the socioeconomic position of the Arab minority in Israel and is now engaged in the study of an emerging middle class in the Arab population. Other research interests include the role of the family in creating and mitigating socioeconomic inequalities (e.g., household division of labor, intergenerational financial assistance). He has extensive experience in international consortia for data collection (ISSP and ESS) and international collaborative research projects.