Aurelie Ouss

Ph.D. Candidate at Harvard Economics

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My main research interests are in the economics of crime. I focus on understanding the causes and long term consequences of mass incarceration. I am working on several projects determining how judicial institutions, and in particular prison, affect outcomes and behaviors of inmates, their families and their communities. See my research page for more details.

I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Harvard Department of Economics, an Inequality & Criminal Justice Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and a Terence M. Considine Fellow in Law and Economics at the Harvard Law School.

Contact Information

Aurelie Ouss
Department of Economics
Harvard University
1805 Cambridge St.
Cambride, MA 02138

ouss (at) fas.harvard.edu