NaLette Brodnax is a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, where she works on the Zelig project for statistical analysis and conducts workshops for the Data Sciences Services group. She received her PhD in public policy and political science from Indiana University in 2017, with specializations in policy analysis and quantitative research methodology.
NaLette’s expertise includes randomized experiments, cost-benefit analysis, econometrics, and computational social science. Her substantive interests include education policy, labor economics, and behavioral economics.
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