Kevin T. Schnepel joined the School of Economics at the University of Sydney as an Assistant Professor in 2013 after earning a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara. Kevin is a Research Affiliate of IZA and a Research Fellow of the Life Course Centre.

Primary fields:
 Labor, Health, Crime

Kevin's research broadly contributes to our understanding of the environmental determinants of health and human behaviour. He is particularly interested in studies that investigate the factors that cause criminal offending and antisocial behavior. Environmental influences include pollution, health interventions, social networks, the criminal justice system and job opportunities. His work often lies at the intersection of several fields within applied microeconomics including crime, urban, labor, health, public and environmental. 
Curriculum Vitae (updated September 2017)