My research interests lie in the economics of education, health care economics, labor economics, and the economics of crime. Within each of these areas, I am also particularly interested in the applications of behavioral economics. Some of my current independent projects include stop and frisk policies in Washington, DC and the determinants of juvenile crime in Washington, DC.
I currently work as a research assistant to Dr. Jessica Van Parys, at the NBER and Hunter College, and Dr. Jennifer Doleac at Texas A&M and The Justice Tech Lab. With Jessica, I work on projects relating to health information and healthcare consumption choices. With Jennifer, I work on projects relating to crime and discrimination.
Some of the projects I helped with include a report for Google that looks at unconscious bias in K-12 STEM education, the effects of civic unrest in Ferguson, MO on student achievement and attendance, trust and transgressions in negotiations, and teacher leadership programs in Camden, NJ.
Outside of work, I'm a dog mom to Mabel and an avid baker. You can usually find me looking for the best cappuccino in Boston, at the dog park, or in the cookbook section of a bookstore.
You can find me tweeting about baking and economic research here: @ENPancotti
I use email as a form of procrastination and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a strong desire to send snail mail that will inevtiably sit on my dining room table for two weeks before opened, you can email me.