Postdoctoral Fellow, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Sociology, UCLA
Broadly speaking, Dr. Greenberg's research aims to understand how dramatic, macro-level economic and social change is reshaping individual lives with respect to work, family, and emotional well-being. Her current and planned work is shaped by many of the key themes of a life course perspective, including how lives unfold over time, the interrelationships of multiple spheres of life, and interlocked lives within and across generations. She gains fresh insights on these topics by taking a comparative approach, investigating how processes involving work, family and health unfold differently across multiple country settings and over time.