Jennifer Doleac was a Nonresident Fellow in Economic Studies. Shis is currently an Associate Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University. Doleac is an applied microeconomist with particular interests in the economics of crime and discrimination. She is an expert on how technology and surveillance affect public safety, with past and current research related to DNA databases, gunshot sensors, gun violence, campus sexual assault, juvenile curfews, and the indirect effects of community violence on individual outcomes. A common theme in much of this work is how technology improves the quality and availability of crime-related data.
Jennifer L. Doleac
Former Brookings Expert, Associate Professor of Economics – Texas A&M University, Director – Justice Tech Lab