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Computational Justice Lab
The Computational Justice Lab (CJL) integrates computer and social sciences to examine issues relating to civil, criminal and social justice.
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Computational Justice Lab Feb 21
CJL is hosting the Endogenous Rules, Risk & Legal Institutions workshop. Today's keynote was delivered by Shawn Bushway from RAND Corporation.The workshop program is available online
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Computational Justice Lab Dec 23
To express our gratitude for a great semester, our lab adopted a family that is in need for the holidays. Thank you to everyone who contributed and spent the Friday night wrapping up gifts. The CJL sends best wishes for a happy New Year!
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Computational Justice Lab Dec 17
We hosted the 6th causal inference and machine learning workshop . Graduate students from across the country participated. Seminars were taught by , Greg DeAngelo & Hisam Sabouni. Additionally, students presented their theses to panels of faculty members.
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Computational Justice Lab Dec 9
For the last lab meeting in 2019, CJL PhD students @MaxMinjae & Morgan Stockham presented work in progress. Morgan studies the effects of an increase in DA's compensation on their performance, while Minjae investigates the strategies behind the assignment of cases to judges.
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Jeremiah Mosteller Dec 6
Great profile of Greg DeAngelo and the work of to utilize data and social science research in improving the and advancing
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Computational Justice Lab Dec 3
The CJL recently welcomed for a visit to the lab for a conversation with the lab’s students and Greg DeAngelo about his work on plea bargaining. Check it out:
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Computational Justice Lab Dec 2
CJL PhD students, Maryah Garner and Uyen (Yunie) Le, presented at the 2019 meetings of the Southern Economic Association.
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Computational Justice Lab Nov 25
The CJL director, Greg DeAngelo, presented his work on the role of ambiguity in enforcement at the experimental law & economics workshop that was held at George Mason University on November 21-22.
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Computational Justice Lab Nov 22
The CJL is delighted to announce our support from the to support the lab’s students, faculty, and research endeavors!
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Computational Justice Lab Nov 19
The Computational Justice Lab was delighted to host for a meeting with the lab's students and an interview with CJL Director, Greg DeAngelo. Check it out here:
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Computational Justice Lab Nov 11
Lab seminars with Jiusi (Josie) Xiao, Maryah Garner, and Uyen Le. Josie presented on the dynamics of online sex review. Maryah provided some evidence on the effects of not prosecuting drug offense on overdose death. Uyen presented on unemployment and suicide rates
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Computational Justice Lab Oct 10
This week, CJL postdoc researcher, Rustam Romaniuc, presented his experimental work investigating whistleblowing norms in the context of tax evasion in the West (France) and in Eastern Europe (Moldova).
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Computational Justice Lab Oct 3
This week, CJL PhD students, Yunie Le and Maryah Garner, presented their joint project investigating the relationship between unemployment shocks, gun laws, and suicide rates.
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Computational Justice Lab Sep 26
Presentations #2 and #3 from this week. Matthew Gomies, CJL PhD student, and Greg DeAngelo, CJL director, presented their respective projects on 'overcharging' and 'criminal displacement and public safety'.
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Computational Justice Lab Sep 25
CJL director, Greg DeAngelo, presents his work on police response and severity of crime. Greg & co-authors utilize the quasi-random relat. btw the timing of 911 calls& the availability of law enf. officers to analyze the relationship between response times and criminal severity.
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Computational Justice Lab Sep 18
Job alert! The Computational Justice Lab invites applications for three positions. One tenured faculty, one tenure track and a two year post-doc in law & econ or computer science. Application info on our website:
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Computational Justice Lab Sep 13
Happy to host the first Endogenous Rules, Risk and Legal Institutions Workshop at Claremont Graduate University on February 21-22, 2020. Check this link if interested in presenting or attending (no registration fees)
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