Dan Black, Ph.D.
Dan A. Black is a professor and director of the Chicago Harris Ph.D. program. He also serves as a senior fellow at the National Opinion Research Center. Black is Research Director of the CWICstat program, a research group that helps Chicago in their workforce development programs. He also serves as the project director for the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Labor Economics, Labour Economics, and Journal of Urban Economics. His research focuses on labor economics and applied econometrics. His papers have appeared in the top journals in economics, statistics, and demography. He has served on panels for the Census Bureau, the Department of Education, the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Science Foundation, and the National Academy of Science and has served as a consultant for the New Zealand and Australian governments. Before joining the Harris School, he was on faculty at the University of Kentucky and Syracuse University, held visiting appointments at the University of Chicago, Australian National University, and Carnegie Mellon University. Black holds a BA and MA in history from the University of Kansas and an MS and PhD in economics from Purdue University.
- The Measurement of Same Sex Couples in the 2000 Census
- The Effect of Early Life Education on Later Life Mortality
- Predictive Inference Using Latent Variables with Covariates