Amanda Bonheur

University of California San Diego

Amanda is a PhD candidate at the University of California San Diego. Amanda uses both applied and experimental methods to study questions stemming from discrimination, inequality, and disparate impacts. She studies how structures (institutions, digital platforms, policies) influence behavior towards others differentially, and how these behavioral differences translate to unequal outcomes. Amanda’s research has been furthered by the UCSD Diversity Research Fellowship and the Frieda Daum Urey Endowment grant. Her previous experience includes the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the World Bank