Ini Umosen

Ini grad­u­at­ed from Case Western Reserve University in 2017 where she earned degrees in eco­nom­ics and sta­tis­tics. She is cur­rent­ly a stu­dent in UC Berkeley’s PhD eco­nom­ics pro­gram. At SEII, Ini is involved with eval­u­at­ing school effec­tive­ness through the use of cen­tral­ized stu­dent assign­ment mech­a­nisms. Her research inter­ests are labor eco­nom­ics, urban eco­nom­ics, and the economics […]

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Silvia Robles

Silvia Robles is a post­doc­tor­al fel­low at the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy. Her research inter­ests include the eco­nom­ics of edu­ca­tion and labor stud­ies. Her work focus­es on the tran­si­tion between high school and col­lege, and on bar­ri­ers to high­er edu­ca­tion among under-rep­re­sen­t­ed minor­i­ty and low-income stu­dents in the U.S. She is […]

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Jordan Lawson

Jordan Lawson, Ph.D., is a Research Associate at the Center for Optimized Student Support in the Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College and a Research Affiliate with SEII. His research inter­ests and exper­tise include school access and equi­ty, exper­i­men­tal and qua­si-exper­i­­men­­tal research design, causal infer­ence, Bayesian infer­ence, and high-per­­for­­mance com­put­ing. Jordan […]

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Christopher Campos

Christopher Campos is a PhD can­di­date in the Department of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. His main research inter­ests are in labor eco­nom­ics and the eco­nom­ics of edu­ca­tion. His cur­rent research uses qua­si-exper­i­­men­­tal and exper­i­men­tal research designs to under­stand how school qual­i­ty and par­ent demand evolves in response to the intro­duc­tion of public-school […]

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