My research focuses on labor economics, law and economics, and economic history. I am currently working on projects related to risk assessments and judge behavior in the criminal justice system.
I received my B.A. in economics and mathematics from Williams College in 2014. I then worked for two years as an Empirical Research Fellow for John Donohue at Stanford Law School before starting my PhD in the fall of 2016.
Department of Economics
1805 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
apalbright [at] g.harvard.edu
I'm a PhD candidate in economics at Harvard University.