Corinne Low

Corinne Low is an Associate Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches Economics of Diversity and Discrimination, one of Wharton’s highest rated classes. She pioneered Wharton’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion major, and is a faculty fellow of the Coalition for Equity and Opportunity. Her research focuses on the economics of gender and discrimination and has been published in top journals such as the American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, and Journal of Political Economy.

Corinne and her work have also been featured major popular media outlets, including Forbes, Vanity Fair, The LA Times, and NPR. Corinne is the co-creator of the Incentivized Resume Rating method for measuring hiring discrimination, and regularly speaks to and works with firms looking to improve their inclusion practices. She has spoken to and advised firms like Google, IFM Investors, Uber, Activision Blizzard, and Amazon Web Services, in addition to teaching in Wharton’s Executive Education programs. She has also given talks on stages ranging from Duke University, Stanford University, Georgetown, Oxford, and Harvard Kennedy School, to organizations like the New York Federal Reserve, Brookings, and the US Department of Labor.

She received her Ph.D. in Economics from Columbia University, her B.S. in Economics and Public Policy from Duke University, and formerly worked for McKinsey and Company. Outside of work, she is the co-founder and volunteer executive director for Open Hearts Initiative, a New York City based non-profit that aims to combat the homelessness crisis through pro-housing neighborhood organizing. She lives in West Philadelphia with her son, au pair, and cat.

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