education and training
- Ph.D. in Economics, Stanford University - (Stanford, California, United States) 2012
- B.A. in Economics and Mathematics (Highest Honors), Williams College - (Williamstown, Massachusetts, United States) 2003
- Doleac, J. L. (2019). WRAP-AROUND SERVICES DON'T IMPROVE PRISONER REENTRY OUTCOMES. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 38(2), 508-514.
- Doleac, J. L. (2019). “EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY” SHOULD REFLECT A HIERARCHY OF EVIDENCE. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 38(2), 517-519.
- Carr, J. B., & Doleac, J. L. (2018). Keep the kids inside? Juvenile curfews and urban gun violence. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 100(4), 609-618.
- Doleac, J. L. (2017). The effects of DNA databases on crime. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. 9(1), 165-201.
- Doleac, J. L., & Sanders, N. J. (2015). Under the cover of darkness: How ambient light influences criminal activity. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 97(5), 1093-1103.
awards and honors
- NBER/NSF Crime Research Fellowship conferred by National Bureau of Economic Research conferred by National Bureau of Economic Research - (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States) - This fellowship lasted until 2014. 2013
Texas A&M University; Economics; 4228 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4228