PhD Candidate, University of Sydney

Daniel is a researcher in the Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School. In 2017, he completed his honours thesis under Dr. Chris F. Wright and Prof. Bradon Ellem - ‘Varieties of Fertility (VoF): Theorising the Impact of Comparative Capitalist Settings on Structural Fertility Rates in Post-Industrial Nations’ - for which he received First Class Honours. He is now a Centre for Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) affiliated PhD Candidate and recipient of the RTP (Research Training Program) Scholarship. His Doctoral Thesis, supervised by Dr. Chris F. Wright and Prof. Marian Baird focuses on cross-national patterns of female employment, motherhood and public policy regarding the reconciliation of employment and family.

Experience

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    PhD Candidate, University of Sydney

Education

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    University of Sydney, PhD Candidate