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David Hureau is a doctoral student in Sociology and Social Policy and a doctoral fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy.
David is broadly interested in topics related to crime and criminal justice policy, with a particular research interest into the causes and consequences of violent crime. His research agenda is varied, ranging from topics in criminological theory through applied evaluations of criminal justice interventions, and his research makes use of both quantitative and qualitative methods. David’s most recent project is an ethnography of a group of men who have experienced multiple homicides within their immediate social network.
David is a National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Crime Research Fellow and a Research Fellow at the Program in Criminal Justice (PCJ) at Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).
Prior to enrolling in the doctoral program, David served as a Researcher at the Program in Criminal Justice at the Harvard Kennedy School and as the Program Director of the New Outlook Teen Center, New Hampshire. In his spare time David can be found playing, coaching or watching soccer, collecting records, and gardening.
Samples of David Hureau's published research, articles, interviews, and speaking engagements:
Panelist and Presenter at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology