Assistant Professor to department Management & Technology
Doctorat, Université Paris-Saclay
Areas of expertise
- Algorithmic Bias
- Experimental Design
- Online Advertising
Clara Jean is currently an assistant professor in Information Systems at Grenoble Ecole de Management. She obtained her PhD in economics from Université Paris-Saclay under the supervision of Grazia Cecere and Fabrice Le Guel in May 2021. During her PhD, she was also a research engineer at Epitech. In 2019, she was a visiting researcher in the department of economics at Clemson University, Clemson (USA). Clara holds double master's degrees from Université Paris-Dauphine with a specialization in digital economics and from Aix-Marseille School of Economics with a specialization in economic engineering. Her research focuses on algorithmic bias, algorithmic decision-making in the context of advertising and personal data. In 2019, she was awarded the Marie-Dominique Hagelsteen prize for responsible advertising from the French professional regulation of advertising authority (ARPP), and received a grant from University Paris-Saclay to organize a workshop on Natural Language Processing (NLP) and gender bias. Her current research focuses on understanding the drivers of algorithmic decision-making in online advertising for STEM fields.