Nour Abdul-Razzak is a Research Director at the Inclusive Economy Lab and oversees research projects related to basic income, legal supports for youth at risk of incarceration, and homelessness prevention. She is an applied microeconomist interested in research that addresses the structural foundations of inequality. She also does research related to the criminal justice system, with projects exploring the role of police discretion in measurements of crime and interventions that reduce criminal justice involvement and violence exposure among youth. Prior to joining the Inclusive Economy Lab, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Chicago Crime Lab and Education Lab. She holds a PhD in public policy from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and a B.S. in civil engineering and political science from MIT