Caroline Chin is a MIT PhD student working with Professors David Autor, Daron Acemoglu, and John Van Reenen on projects related to the impact of technological change on the labor market. She graduated from MIT in 2016 with a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering and received her MEng Computer Science as well. Caroline worked as an Engineering Product Manager on the Siri team at Apple and as a Senior Analyst on the Analytics team at the American Civil Liberties Union before returning to MIT for a Master’s. Caroline’s research at MIT focuses on the impact of technological change on the labor market. Her main research interests lie in applied microeconomics particularly in issues related to inequality.
Automation, Inequality, and Productivity
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