Graduate Student Fellow
Sarah Bana is Ph.D. student in Economics. She graduated from University of California, Irvine with a Bachelors in Quantitative Economics. Her research interests include job and occupational mobility, human capital accumulation and search and matching in the labor market. Sarah is currently looking at displaced workers, workers laid off as a result of firm or plant closings, and their occupation change decisions post-displacement. She is assessing the impact of shifts in national labor demand on these occupation change decisions.
Postdoctoral Associate at MIT Sloan in the Initiative on the Digital Economy