Lindsey Eldred Kozecke
Senior Research Scholar, Center for Child and Family Policy
Lindsey Eldred Kozecke first joined Duke in 2005, shortly after earning her law degree from Benjamin Cardozo School of Law. She began her research at Duke in the Center for Health Policy (now known as the Duke Global Health Institute) and joined the Department of Economics in 2009. She recently joined the Center for Child and Family Policy as a senior research scholar in July 2017. She is a co-PI on NIH and RWJF grants studying the intergenerational effects of the criminal justice system.
Along with her research responsibilities, she holds other professional positions. She is the managing editor of the American Journal of Health Economics. She is also licensed to practice law in both New York and North Carolina.
Kozecke's primary research interests include evaluating laws and policies that have the potential to have long-lasting effects both for the participant and for the participant’s family. These populations include individuals who are involved in the criminal or civil justice system and their families or children.