Bradley Hardy is nonresident senior fellow in Economic Studies at Brookings and an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Georgetown University. His research examines trends and sources of income volatility, intergenerational mobility, and socioeconomic outcomes within the United States, with a focus on disadvantaged families, neighborhoods, and regions. He also conducts research on the role of anti-poverty transfer programs such as SNAP food stamps, the earned income tax credit, and TANF for improving economic well-being among low income individuals and families.
Bradley L. Hardy
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Economic Studies, the Brookings Institution; Associate Professor Policy, Georgetown University
Papers March 1, 2023
The Antipoverty Effects of the Expanded Child Tax Credit across States: Where Were the Historic Reductions Felt?
Forum February 16, 2023
Reducing Child Poverty in the United States
Papers September 29, 2021
The Way Back: Assessing Economic Recovery Among Black Americans During COVID-19
Webinar September 1, 2021
Resilience After Recession: The Emerging Landscape for American Workers and Families
August 13, 2020
Racial Economic Inequality Amid the COVID-19 Crisis
Policy Books September 28, 2018
Place-Based Policies for Shared Economic Growth
Papers September 28, 2018