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Sarah Quincy

Assistant Professor of Economics

Professor Quincy completed her Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, Davis in 2019 and her B.A. in Mathematical Economics and History at Scripps College in 2011. She is an economic historian working on American macroeconomic and financial history, with particular emphasis on the distributional implications of financial crises. Her recent research analyzes the ways in which banking instability in the 1930s slowed local economies’ recovery from the Great Depression using data on banking, housing, and labor markets.