Senior Policy Analyst, Center for Regional Economics and California Center
Alissa Dubetz is a senior policy analyst at the Milken Institute’s Center for Regional Economics. Her research covers a wide range of regional economic development issues, including those related to infrastructure, housing, small business support, and workforce development. Before joining the Milken Institute, Dubetz was a senior research associate at a Los Angeles-based economic consulting firm, where her research centered on quantifying the economic and fiscal impacts of policy initiatives and legislation, housing development, infrastructure, educational institutions, and industry workforce across California and the United States. Dubetz has also worked in litigation consulting, supporting labor and employment class action discrimination cases and pay equity analyses. Dubetz holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Southern California, where she focused on macroeconomics and economic development, and a bachelor’s degree in economics and Middle East studies (double major).