About Mary Kaltenberg

I am currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at Pace University. Previously, I was a post-doctoral fellow at Brandeis University with Adam Jaffe and Margie Lachman working on the inventor creative life cycle with patent data. I did my PhD at UNU-MERIT (Maastricht University), Maastricht, The Netherlands. My doctoral advisors were Bart Verspagen (UNU-MERIT), Neil Foster-McGregor (UNU-MERIT) and Cesar Hidalgo at the Collective Learning group at the MIT Media Lab (now at the University of Toulouse). In 2016, I was a visiting student and research assistant at the MIT Media Lab.

Previously, I worked at UNICEF on resource mobilization and research on accessibility to health care. I received my masters and bachelors degree in economics from The New School for Social Research in New York City (BA/MA program) .

Check out my Github for code and data from previous papers (currently updating), and code for tutorials for previously taught short courses.

I work on other personal projects/passions:

Funded Grants/Projects

  • SAFE (Safety Awareness for Empowerment): Development of an intelligent ChatBot for survivor resource assistance and NLP research on sexual assault (Supported by SWOL Limburg Fund and Diversity & Inclusiveness Grant, Maastricht University)
  • Check out the associated pre-print here. And some media mentions here and here (in Dutch)

Leadership and Community Service

Personal Projects

  • Cookbook, From Siberia to Texas: An Immigrant’s Collected Recipes
    Listen to my PechaKucha talk about it (currently writing a draft)
  • 3 time winner of the Red Sox dance off competition (2019)
  • Volunteer Cook for Community Cooks (2018-present)

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