Ph.D., University of Michigan, 2001
M.A., University of Michigan, 1996
Lic. in Sociology, University of Buenos Aires, 1989
Dr. Binstock is a researcher at the Centro de Estudios de Población in Buenos Aires, Argentina and specializes in the study of family. In addition to her research on developmental idealism, family and population dynamics in Argentina she studies changes in patterns of family formation and dissolution, adolescent fertility, and high school dropout in Argentina. She is a PI on the Developmental Idealism, Family and Population Dynamics in Argentina research project.
Thornton, Arland, Georgina Binstock, Dirgha J. Ghimire, Colter Mitchell, Mansoor Moaddel, Yu Xie, Li-Shou Yang, Mohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi, et al. 2012. "Knowledge and Beliefs about National Development and Developmental Hierarchies: the Viewpoints of Ordinary People in Thirteen Countries." Social Science Research, 41(5): 1053-1068.
Thornton, Arland, Alexandra Achen Killewald, Jennifer S. Barber, Georgina Binstock, Dirgha J. Ghimire, Ronald F. Inglehart, Rukmalie Jayakody, Yang Jiang, et al. 2010. "Creating Questions and Protocols for an International Study of Ideas About Development and Family Life." In Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional and Multicultural Conexts edited by Janet A. Harkness, Michael Braun, Brad Edwards, Timothy P. Johnson, Lars Lyberg, Peter Ph. Mohler, Beth-Ellen Pennell, Tom W. Smith. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..