Angela is an assistant professor in the Data Sciences and Operations Dept. at the USC Marshall School of Business. Her research focuses on reliable data-driven decision-making under uncertainty. She develops methodology with guarantees building on tools from operations research, causal inference, and statistical machine learning. She is motivated by problems in consequential domains such as platform-mediated systems, healthcare, and public policy, and interested in improving interfaces between method and practice. To these ends, her research has developed robust causal inference for decision-making, and credible performance evaluation for algorithmic fairness and disparity assessment.
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Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: October 2023
We are proud to highlight the amazing Marshall faculty who have been recognized this month for their leading-edge work and expertise.
New Research: Bail Reform Does Not Increase Crime in New York Cities
Causal inference can rigorously inform executive decision-making about the actual impacts of difficult decisions on real outcomes.