Dr. Ammar Malik, Senior Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, joins us to talk about stunning findings from his recent research that uses context-specific smartphone data to study the fear of crime and harassment experienced around public transportation in Lahore.

Dr Ammar Malik is the Senior Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School, Non-resident fellow, Urban Institute and previously Director of Research at Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD). Recently he has also been the Data Governance Manager at AstraZeneca. His own research focuses on spatial urban forms and their economic implications, the political economy of public service delivery, and the distributional effects of urban public transport.

Read more about the research: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/…

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