Jimmy O’Donnell is a senior research assistant for The Hamilton Project. While with THP, his research has focused on labor market institutions, immigration, and the social safety net. Prior to joining Brookings, he spent a year in Finland on a Fulbright research grant studying their universal basic income (UBI) experiment. As an undergraduate, he conducted research with Dr. Erasmus Kersting and interned at the Roosevelt Institute in New York City. Jimmy graduated from Villanova University in May 2017 with a BA in Economics and a BA in Political Science.
Posts September 3, 2020
Essential Workers during COVID-19: At Risk and Lacking Union Representation
Posts June 30, 2020
Who are the Potentially Misclassified in the Employment Report?
Posts June 4, 2020
Examining Options to Boost Essential Worker Wages during the Pandemic
Posts May 7, 2020
Unpredictable and Uninsured: The Challenging Labor Market Experiences of Nontraditional Workers
Papers May 16, 2019
The Damage Done by Recessions and How to Respond
Policy Books May 16, 2019