Daniel Schneider

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CURRENT/FUTURE COURSES
Undergraduate | 2020 Spring

Daniel Schneider

Assistant Professor
Office
480 Barrows
Curriculum Vitae
Research Interests
Social Demography, Inequality, Economic Instability

Daniel Schneider is Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Berkeley.  Danny received his PhD from Princeton University in Sociology and Social Policy in 2012 and then completed a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Policy Research at Berkeley.  His research focuses on family demography, inequality, and precarious employment. Danny is currently co-director of the Shift Project at UC Berkeley and is a W.T. Grant Foundation Faculty Research Scholar.

Email: djschneider@berkeley.edu

Representative Publications

 

2019. Daniel Schneider and Kristen Harknett. “Consequences of Routine Schedule Instability for Worker Health and Wellbeing.” American Sociological Review 84(1): 82-114.

2019. Joe LaBriola and Daniel Schneider. “Worker Power and Class Polarization in Intra-Year Work Hour Volatility.” Social Forces

2018. Daniel Schneider, Orestes Hastings, and Joe LaBriola. “Income Inequality and Class Divides in Parental Investment.” American Sociological Review 

2017. Daniel Schneider and Orestes Hastings. “Inequality and Household Labor.” Social Forces 96(2): 481-506.

2016. Daniel Schneider, Kristen Harknett, and Sara McLanahan.  "Intimate Partner Violence in the Great Recession." Demography 53(2): 471-505.

2015.  Daniel Schneider and Orestes Hastings.  “Socio-Economic Variation in the Demographic Response to Economic Shocks: Evidence from the Great Recession.” Demography 52(6): 1893-1915.

2015.  Daniel Schneider.  “The Great Recession, Fertility, and Uncertainty: Evidence from the States.” Journal of Marriage and Family 77(5): 1144-1156.

2013.  McLanahan, Sara, Laura Tach, and Daniel Schneider. “The Causal Effect of Father Absence.” Annual Review of Sociology Vol. 39. 

2011.  Schneider, Daniel.  “Wealth and the Marital Divide.” American Journal of Sociology 117(2): 627-667.