David Calnitsky, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A. Economics, New School for Social Research
B.A. Political Science, McGill University
B.A. Architecture, University of Manitoba Full CV
Dr. Calnitsky's research interests include: work, poverty, inequality, social theory, economic sociology, social policy, and gender.
Current Research Projects
The Labour Market and Its Alternatives
with funding from SSHRC Insight Development Grant, Co-Applicant: Evelyn Forget
In the News
Apr. 5, 2018 David Calnitsky, "The employer response to the guaranteed annual income"" Basic Income News
May 25-27 presented "Domestic Violence and Gender Relations in Manitoba’s Basic Annual Income Experiment" ISA RC28 Seoul Korea
Recent Publications (Past 5 Years)
for more see Full CV
forthcoming "Basic income and Work in Social Context" Contexts
2018 "The employer response to the guaranteed annual income" Socio-Economic Review
2017 "Debating Basic Income" Catalyst 1(3):62-91.
2017 "Basic Income in a Small Town: Understanding the Elusive Effects on Work" (with Jonathan Latner) Social Problems 64(3):373-97
2016 "'More Normal than Welfare': The Mincome Experiment, Stigma, and Community Experience" Canadian Review of Sociology 53(1):26-71.
2014 "Economic sociology as disequilibrium economics: A Contribution to the Critique of the New Economic Sociology" The Sociological Review