Geoff SchnorrResearch Fellow, UCLA
Geoffrey Schnorr works as a Graduate Student Assistant at California’s Employment Development Department for the California Policy Lab where he supports a variety of CPL research projects related to Unemployment Insurance, homelessness, local minimum wage laws, and job training. He is also a fourth-year PhD student in the Economics Department at UC Davis where his research focuses on safety net and social insurance programs, labor supply, and health behaviors. Geoff received a master’s degree in Economics from CUNY Hunter in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University in 2011. Prior to graduate school, he worked for the Center for Health Policy and Outcomes at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, where he worked on a variety of research topics related to the economics of cancer care.