PhD in Economics, 2017. Assistant Professor of Economics, INSEAD.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Stone Centre for the Study of Wealth Inequality, INSEAD, Jan-Aug 2017.
Alexandra Roulet's second book, Améliorer les appariements sur le marché du travail, has been published by Presses de Sciences Po (2018). The book analyzes "why there are over 3 millions unemployed in France and yet 300 000 unfilled vacancies each year, and what are potential remedies to this mismatch between labor supply and labor demand."
Winner of the French Economic Association best book prize, 2019.
Winner of the W.E. Upjohn Institute's Dissertation Award for the best PhD dissertation on employment-related issues, 2017.
Alexandra Roulet's first book, Repenser l'Etat (in French), co-authored with Philippe Aghion, has been published by Éd. du Seuil in 2011. For an overview in Englishof some of the main ideas, see:
PhD in Economics, 2017. Lecturer in Law and Harry A. Bigelow Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago Law School.
Attorney, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Boston District and Municipal Court Office, 2015-2019.
JD, Yale Law School, 2012.
Ryan Sakoda's research focuses on the empirical analysis of crime and criminal justice policy. Most recently, he has written on the use of solitary confinement and the effects of post-release supervision.
PhD in Sociology, 2017. W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.
Research Associate, Center for Population and Development Studies, Harvard University, 2019-2021.
Sloan Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Population and Development Studies, Harvard University, 2017-2019.
Best Graduate Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Aging and the Life Course, for “Coming of Age in an Unequal State: The Life Course Effects of Economic Inequality on Health,” 2018.