Emily Miller

Emily Miller is a Data Scientist at the Gates Foundation. She was formerly Senior Research Assistant at the Stanford Center for International Development (SCID). She is interested in harnessing data to make poverty alleviation policies more effective. Prior to joining SCID, she worked on Latin American foreign policy at the Brookings Institution. Emily holds an M.A. in International Development from The New School and a B.A. in Latin American Studies and Spanish from Washington University in St. Louis.

Content by Emily Miller
  • Blog post

    Insights from Nepal’s Abortion Legalisation

    Are abortion and modern contraceptive methods substitutes? This blog explores the impact of the legalisation of abortion provision in Nepal. The World Health Organization estimates that at least 13% of maternal deaths worldwide are linked to unsafe abortions. In trying to reduce those numbers, how much emphasis should policies place on making the procedure safer and more...

    20 Apr 2016 | Grant Miller, Christine Valente, Emily Miller