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Jeremy Ney: American Inequality Blog Discussing Innovative Topics Using Geospatial Data
Jeremy Ney is a dual-degree student, currently pursuing an MPA (Master in Public Administration) at Harvard Kennedy School and an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management. In his MPA work, he focuses on U.S. income inequality and tech policy, and in his MBA work he focuses on data science, geospatial mapping, and prediction.
Using the skills from both these disciplines, he’s launched his American Inequalityblog. By targeting topics that are often neglected, he turns the spotlight on these issues, displaying findings using geospatial data and lots of maps! These detailed, data-centered maps makes it super easy to follow along and grasp the concepts presented.
Jeremy Ney’s recent research
Check out some of the really cool things Jeremy Ney has been working on lately:
Air pollution is a growing problem in America, with more than 100,000 Americans dying each year from related illnesses. However, there is evidence showing that air pollution impacts certain demographics much more than others!