I am an Associate Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University, and Director of the Justice Tech Lab. I’m also a Research Fellow at IZA, and a Research Affiliate at the Institute for Research on Poverty, the University of Chicago Crime Lab, and the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities.
I study crime and discrimination, with particular emphases on prisoner reentry and the effects of technology on public safety. I organize the Texas Economics of Crime Workshop (TxECW), and I host Probable Causation, a podcast about law, economics, and crime.
I (co-)organize two online seminars — one on the economics of crime, and the other on the economics of discrimination and disparities. I’m also organizing flash webinars on policing research. Click here for more information.
Mailing address: Department of Economics, 4228 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843