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Josh Rosen

PhD in Public Policy

Josh Rosen is a computational social scientist and applied statistician pursuing his doctoral studies in Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. His research focuses on causal inference, Bayesian modeling, and harnessing big data for empirical applications in urban economics. Josh is broadly interested in causal inference, and hopes to develop statistical methods that help researchers better estimate the impact of public policies. Prior to beginning his PhD, Josh earned his MS in Data Science from Georgetown University. He has previously worked for Georgetown University’s Massive Data Institute, and on Comcast’s Internet Essentials research team.

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