USC Dornsife College

September 9th, 2020

Study: Long after 9/11, Americans still willing to pay more for counterterrorism, anti-crime security at venues

A USC study shows that Americans are more inclined to attend events at arenas and convention centers with counterterrorism or anti-crime security measures despite sacrificing convenience and privacy. Contact: Emily Gersema, gersema@usc.edu or (213) 712-3168 In the 19 years that have passed since Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have seen significant increases in counterterrorism security in public venues, […]

Zoë Johnson King

Motivation Conscience Virtue Heroism and heroes Praise and blame Ignorance; uncertainty Burdens of proof Moral development and moral education Ethical reasoning

Sean Fraga

Expert in links between the environment, indigenous sovereignty, settler colonialism, technology, and mobility, primarily during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Bruine de Bruin, Wändi

Expert on psychology of risks (including COVID-19), as well as communications and interventions to promote health, safety, well-being, and sustainability

Steven Heilman

Probability Statistics Voting theory Game theory Games of chance, the lottery Computer science Algorithms Machine learning Artificial intelligence

Amy Mahler

Contingent workers Health care Regulatory capture Opioid crisis

Lisa Welter

Expert in the characterization of disease evolution and treatment resistance through CTCs and cfDNA in patients with HR+ metastatic breast cancer

Karina Santellano

Latinos Race and ethnic minorities Entrepreneurship Undocumented college students Mexican Americans

Dario Laudati

International Macroeconomics & Finance: net exports (trade balance) deficits Currency issues The role of the US dollar international monetary policy repercussions Money and Banking: banking industry competition practices Shadow banking/modern market-based credit systems