Although my background is in economics, my research interests are broad and interdisciplinary. I’m interested in digital infrastructures as well as urban ones, and am especially curious about the nexus of the two (“smart cities”).
Metaxa, Danaë, Michelle A Gan, Su Goh, Jeff Hancock, and James A. Landay. “An Image of Society: Gender and Racial Representation and Impact in Image Search Results for Occupations.” Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 5 CSCW 1 (2021).
French, Martin, Adrian Guta, Marilou Gagnon, Eric Mykhalovskiy, Stephen L. Roberts, Su Goh, Alexander McClelland, and Fenwick McKelvey. “Corporate contact tracing as a pandemic response.” Critical Public Health (2020).
Other academic writing:
A paper I wrote for Prof. David Wachsmuth’s URBP 553 Urban Governance course. In the course, we read feminist critiques of urban planning; specifically, the spatial and gendered division of suburban and urban realms of life. I used street network connectivity data and census data in Canada to evaluate the claim that disconnected cities disadvantage women economically.
The final report I produced under Prof. Chris Barrington-Leigh’s supervision for the IHSP research internship. In this paper, I explore how Canada, the United Kingdom, Ghana, South Africa and the Philippines have made plans for urban development. In particular, the spatial policies (in the form of plans and guidelines) that address street network connectivity are of interest to this survey.