James X. Sullivan
Professor of Economics

In 2012, together with colleague Bill Evans, Sullivan co-founded the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO). LEO is a research center that works with service providers and government agencies to find research-driven solutions to poverty in the U.S.


Current research interests                                                                                         The effect of domestic anti-poverty programs   
Poverty and inequality in the U.S.                                                                                 
Using administrative data to evaluate programs                                                 
Data privacy

Current Classes:                                                                                                      ECON 30010: Intermediate Microeconomics                                                      
ECON 40400: Advanced Labor Economics

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