Robynn Cox
Robynn Cox

Assistant Professor

University of Southern California

Robynn Cox is an assistant professor at the University of Southern California School of Social Work. Her research interests include the fields of economics of crime, health economics, and labor economics, and are primarily focused on understanding the social and economic consequences of mass incarceration. Prior to her appointment at USC, she was an assistant professor at Spelman College and a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Economics at Duke University. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Georgia State University, where she was awarded the Andrew Young Fellowship. She completed her undergraduate studies at Duke University, where she obtained a dual A.B. in economics and Spanish and Latin American studies.

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Improved public school teaching of racial oppression could enable U.S. society to grasp the roots and effects of racial and economic inequality

Inequality & Mobility
Vision 2020

Overcoming social exclusion: Addressing race and criminal justice policy in the United States

Inequality & MobilityFamilies
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Measuring population estimates of housing insecurity in the United States: A comprehensive approach

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Toward a unified measure of U.S. housing insecurity

Families
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Roadmap to a unified measure of housing insecurity

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