I. Dissertation (3-article format): The Ventured Student: Undergraduate Entrepreneurism, Organizational Culture, and Career Pathways
- University Startup Ecosystems: How Decentralized Entrepreneurial Environments Benefit Students
- Failing Forward? How University Startup Programs’ Valorization of Risk Taking Funnels Students Toward Precarious Employment
- Toward a Unified Sociological Identity Theory: The Case of Entrepreneurs
II. How Universities Transform College-To-Work Pathways. Funded by the Kauffman Foundation. Co-author: Amy Binder, UC San Diego. (Will either be a series of articles or a book. We are scraping LinkedIn data, among other sources.)
Binder, Amy J., Daniel B. Davis, and Nick Bloom. 2016. “Career Funneling: How Elite Students Learn to Define and Desire “Prestigious” Jobs.” Sociology of Education 89(1): 20-39.
*Winner of the 2017 James Coleman Outstanding Article Award by the Sociology of Education section of the American Sociological Association.
Davis, Daniel and Amy Binder. 2016. “Selling Students: The Rise of Corporate Partnership Programs in University Career Centers.” Research in the Sociology of Organizations 46: 395-422.