Assistant Policy Researcher; Ph.D. Candidate, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Education B.A. in economics, Seattle University
Economic policies are the end results of economic planning: the decisions governments make to influence the production, consumption, and sharing of wealth. RAND research has explored economic policies from the local to the international level, including their effects on international trade and foreign relations, their relation to policies focusing on public health and the environment, and their impact on economic growth and recessions.