Daniel M. Sullivan

Research Lead and Vice President, JPMorgan Chase Institute

Daniel M. Sullivan is an economist and research lead at the JPMorgan Chase Institute where he leads teams studying student debt, consumer responses to government stimulus, unemployment insurance, and other labor market topics. Prior to the Institute, Daniel was a research fellow at Resources for the Future where he researched household responses to air pollution and environmental regulation. He also maintains an econometrics and data utilities package for Python called Econtools. His primary research interests are in public economics, especially local public finance and the effects of local air pollution. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University in 2016 and a B.S. in economics and mathematics from Brigham Young University.