Dr Luisa Corrado

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Research interests

Network interaction has become an important issue in socio-economic research. Spillovers have diverse origins as they may be the outcome of network economics, displaced demand and supply effects in the housing market, localized information flows through social and digital networks. Such connectivities often exist in big data within the context of multilevel hierarchies. I am interested in estimating multilevel models with simultaneous interactions between units caused by their interconnection in large networks and in providing the theoretical foundations of such models.

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The Cambridge Centre for Data-Driven Discovery (C2D3) brings together researchers and expertise from across the academic departments and industry to drive research into the analysis, understanding and use of data science.

  • Supports and connects the growing data science research community 
  • Builds research capacity in data science to tackle complex issues 
  • Drives new research challenges through collaborative research projects 
  • Promotes and provides opportunities for knowledge transfer 
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