Shop ‘Till We Drop: A Historical and Policy Analysis of Goods Movement in the U.S. (MS ’11)
Transportation Behavioral Data and Climate Change (PhD ’20)
Laura studies the environmental impacts of transportation in the developed world. She focuses on new methods of data collection and analysis to better understand the various levers behind driving behavior, the effectiveness of policies to reduce driving, and the interaction of freight and driving-for-shopping. Laura has been a Berkeley Fellow and a Research Fellow of the National Science Foundation.