Zoe Krieger is a Research Analyst at OnPoint. Zoe earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology from University of California, San Diego and a master’s degree in Quantitative Economics from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Prior to joining OnPoint, Zoe worked in research labs in both the Psychology Department and the Rady School of Management, focusing in the areas of behavioral economics and judgement and decision-making. Her senior honors thesis investigated the role of attention and gender bias in the resume selection process. As a graduate student at Cal Poly, she helped design and facilitate an experimental economics study that investigated peer effects and effort. She also applied her data analysis and econometric skills to a project analyzing and modeling soft skills and labor market outcomes for the World Bank. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and exploring coffee shops in the East Bay.
Favorite thing about OnPoint: Applying economic skills to real-world problems