Susan Randolph: Quantifying Third World Development
Managing Director and Chief Information Risk Officer of JP Morgan Chase
Susan Randolph is a faculty affiliate of the Human Rights Institute, El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, and Latin AmericanStudies, and the India Studies Program at UConn. Dr. Randolph is Co-Director of the Economic and Social Rights Initiative and has served as a short-term consultant to the Office of the High Commissionon Human Rights, The World Bank and the United States Agency for International Development. Prior to coming to UCONN, she worked for four years as head of the Program Development division with Turkiye Kalkinma Vakfi, a grassroots development organization that enables poor, landless households to establish viable, self-sustaining economic enterprises. Dr. Randolph’s research has focused on a broad range of issues in development economics, including poverty, inequality, food security, and economic and social rights, at both the country and regional levels and has been published in numerous refereed multidisciplinary as well as economic journals. Dr. Randolph received her BA in Political Science from the University of Oregon and her MA and PhD in economics from Cornell University.