NYU Urban Seminar Series

Jon Caulkins on Considering Marijuana Legalization

<p>Kelly</p> <p>Miller</p>



On September 29, 2015, Jon Caulkins led a discussion titled "Considering Marijuana Legalization".

To read a detailed summary of the event, click here.

The NYU Urban Seminar series is co-hosted by the NYU Furman Center and the Marron Institute. The speaker series is focused on research with implications for urban policy, and features a variety of researchers from across the U.S. discussing their work.

Tile photo courtesy of West Midlands Police.

Jonathan Caulkins

Jonathan Caulkins

H. Guyford Stever Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University


Jon Caulkins has been on the Heinz School faculty since 1990, with leaves of absence to be co-director of RAND’s Drug Policy Research Center in Santa Monica (1994-1996), to found RAND’s Pittsburgh Office (1999-2001), and to teach at Carnegie Mellon’s campus in Doha, Qatar (2005-2011). At the Heinz School he was director of the Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM) program and served as interim Associate Dean for Faculty. He did his undergraduate work in engineering and computer science at Washington University in St. Louis. He earned masters degrees in Systems Science and Mathematics (Washington University, 1987) and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (MIT, 1989) and a Ph.D. in Operations Research (MIT, 1990).

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