Harold Stolper: Fare evasion enforcement in NYC and the criminalization of poverty

    Friday, November 12, 2021 at 12:00 PM until 1:00 PMEastern Standard Time

    Experience what a class at the world's most public policy school is like. Join Professor Harold Stolper for a live lecture and Q&A.

    Harold Stolper is an economist studying barriers to economic opportunity and public policy solutions to help level the playing field, including policing disparities, neighborhood change, and access to public transit. His current research focuses on how the MTA and NYPD use public resources to criminalize poverty at the subway turnstile, especially in Black and Latinx communities.

    Harold teaches Quantitative Analysis II, Data Analysis for Policy Research Using R, and Data Analysis for Policy Research Using Stata.

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