Quattrone Center Fellow
Megan Stevenson is an economist and law scholar doing empirical research on criminal justice. Her work focuses primarily on bail/pretrial detention, juvenile justice, and public defense.
Articles and Book Chapters
More publications can be found here.
Distortion of Justice: How the Inability to Pay Bail Affects Case Outcomes
Breaking Bad: Mechanisms of Social Influence and the Path to Criminality in Juvenile Jails
Tests of Random Assignment to Peers in the Face of Mechanical Negative Correlation: An Evaluation of Four Techniques
Appendix to `Breaking Bad: Social Influence and the Path to Criminality in Juvenile Jails'
- Law and Economics
- Labor Economics
- Psychology and Economics
- Economics of Crime
- Applied Econometrics
- Mathematical Statistics
- Contract Theory (PhD level Econ)