B.A. (Honors and Distinction) in Economics from Stanford University (1997). Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University (2002).
Daniel Eisenberg's broad research goal is to improve understanding of how to invest effectively and efficiently in the mental health of young people.
Eisenberg, D., Golberstein, E., Whitlock, J.L. (2014). Peer Effects on Risky Behaviors: Evidence from College Roommates Journal of Health Economics 126-138.
Eisenberg, D., Downs, M.F., Golberstein, E. (2012). Effect of Contact with Treatment Users on Mental Illness Stigma: Evidence from University Roommate Assignments Social Science and Medicine 1122-1127.
Eisenberg, D., Hunt, J.B., Speer, N. (2012). Help-seeking for Mental Health on College Campuses: Review of Evidence and Next Steps for Research and Practice Harvard Review of Psychiatry.
Hunt, J., Eisenberg, D. (2010). Mental Health Problems and Help-seeking Behavior among College Students (Review) Journal of Adolescent Health 3-10.
Eisenberg, D., Golberstein, E., Hunt, J. (2009). Mental Health and Academic Success in College. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy Article 40.