Member, Board of Trustees
Director, Justice Tech Lab at Texas A&M University
An associate professor of economics, Doleac studies the economics of crime and discrimination, with an emphasis on prisoner reentry and the effects of technology and surveillance on public safety. Her research has examined DNA databases, gun violence, the effects of naloxone on opioid abuse, and the unintended consequences of “ban the box” policies. Doleac is a fellow in economic studies at the Brookings Institution and a research affiliate at the University of Chicago Crime Lab.