Patrick Liu graduated in 2017 from the University of Chicago with a degree in economics. During his time at the university, he worked as a research assistant for Dr. Juanna Joensen and volunteered at the Exoneration Project. He previously interned for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Compass Lexecon.
Posts July 2, 2019
All School and No Work Becoming the Norm for American Teens
Posts April 4, 2019
Is the Continued Rise of Older Americans in the Workforce Necessary for Future Growth?
Economic Facts March 15, 2019
Nine Facts about Monetary Sanctions in the Criminal Justice System
Posts March 7, 2019
Has Job Growth Reached America’s Struggling Places?
Papers December 19, 2018
The Economics of Bail and Pretrial Detention
Posts December 17, 2018
The Hamilton Project: A Year in Figures
Economic Facts June 13, 2018
The State of Competition and Dynamism: Facts about Concentration, Start-Ups, and Related Policies
Policy Proposals April 25, 2018
Reducing Chronic Absenteeism under the Every Student Succeeds Act
Policy Books February 27, 2018
Revitalizing Wage Growth: Policies to Get American Workers a Raise