Sara Estep was a Research Analyst at The Hamilton Project. She has worked on a range of fiscal policy issues at the federal, state, and local levels in her previous roles at the Pew Charitable Trusts, Center for American Progress, and Rhode Island Department of Revenue. Sara earned a M.A. in Political Economy from Georgetown University and the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She also holds a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Rhode Island.
Posts April 4, 2023
Who’s Missing from the Post-Pandemic Labor Force?
Posts November 3, 2022
The Labor Market Needs to Soften—but Not as Much as Some Think
Posts October 27, 2022
A Closer Look at a Hot Labor Market
Posts August 4, 2022
Can a Hot but Smaller Labor Market Keep Making Gains in Participation?
Papers March 22, 2022
Bolstered Balance Sheets: Assessing Household Finances since 2019
Papers July 22, 2021
Time Waited for No Mom in 2020
Papers June 23, 2021
The Social Insurance System in the U.S.: Policies to Protect Workers and Families
Papers June 17, 2021
Tax Data Show Evidence of Strong Income Gains for Higher-Income Families and Only Muted Decreases for Lower- and Moderate-Income Families in 2020
Posts April 28, 2021
Tax Reforms to Raise Revenue Efficiently and Equitably