Marc Schneiberg '80, John C. Pock Professor of Sociology, Reed CollegeMarc Schneiberg '80, John C. Pock Professor of Sociology, Reed Collegehttp://www.haverford.edu/calendar/details/233742Gest Center 1012013-03-18T16:30:002013-03-18T18:00:00
March 18, 4:30PM–6:00PM
Gest Center 101
Marc Schneiberg is a Haverford graduate (1980); he completed his Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In addition to Reed, he has taught at the University of Arizona and Queen's College. He is an organizational theorist and an economic sociologist; he has written extensively about the insurance industry, about the management of risk and about its regulation.
His current work focuses on non-traditional, alternative modes of economic organization; he examines private, public and cooperative enterprise, emphasizing mainly mutuals, cooperatives and municipal companies in the insurance, dairy, grain and electrical utility industries. In addition, he is collaborating with Matt Kraatz and Adam Goldstein on studies of the conversion of mutual savings and loan associations to for-profit stock corporations from 1970 to 1990, with Tim Bartley on an analysis of financial regulation in the current period, and with Gerald Berk on a 340 industry study of associations, learning, and benchmarking in the US economy from 1900 to 1930. He has collaborated frequently with Reed undergraduates.
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